The Saskatchewan Huskies host the Winnipeg Wesmen in the best-of-three Canada West quarterfinal playoffs – their first match up since November 2016.
Despite the frigid temperatures and snow-covered diamonds, a group of young women are at winter training camps in Saskatoon.
Legendary Saskatchewan Huskies track and field coach Lyle Sanderson died at age 79.
The soft-spoken point guard has typically led by example, but this past weekend when the Huskies split with the Cougars, something shifted.
The Saskatchewan Huskies and Alberta Golden Bears men’s hockey teams will play their 500th game in their long-running rivalry.
After spending two and a half seasons on the bench, patience paid off for Saskatchewan Huskies goalie Jessica Vance, who leads Canada West in shutouts.
The Saskatchewan Huskies volleyball teams are hosting their final home games of the season this weekend when the the UBC-O Heat come to town.
The Saskatoon Blades extend their series lead over the Regina Pats to 4-1 after a thrilling 4-3 overtime victory.
A Saskatchewan Huskies coach and alumnus share their experience of coming out ahead of the You Can Play Project night, encouraging sport inclusivity.
The 48th Annual Sled Dog Open will be the only track and field meet hosted by the Saskatchewan Huskies this season, who also have a new coach.
Saskatchewan Huskies add Ghana basketball product, who has never played on a hard court regularly, after his sister encouraged him to apply.
Sherry Anderson needed an extra end to capture the Viterra Scotties provincial curling title.
The Saskatoon Blades defeated the Kootenay Ice 4-2 on Saturday night to extend their win streak to seven games, their longest since 2013.
Willow Slobodzian will represent Canada at the U18 Women’s World Hockey Championships in Russia, and brings rare college experience to world stage.
The Saskatoon Blades held on to beat the Prince Albert Raiders 3-2 in their second of eight meetings this season.