From Ghana to Canada: Huskie’s life-changing move

Coming from the tropical climate of the West African country of Ghana where daily temperatures average +30 C, Maxwell Amoafo knew he was in for a major change coming to Canada. However, nothing could have prepared him for what he faced when he landed in Saskatoon for the first time in January of 2018.

Stanley Cup champion to coach Huskie men’s hockey

Stanley Cup champion and two-time Olympic gold medal-winning coach Mike Babcock is the new head coach of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Huskies men’s hockey team.

Huskies captain ready for life after hockey

Precisely one year ago—on March 12, 2020—captain Tanner Lishchynsky and the Huskie men’s hockey team played in the quarter-finals of the U Sports national championship, just hours before the entire tournament was shut down as the pandemic spread.

Babcock to coach USask Huskie men’s hockey team

Stanley Cup champion and two-time Olympic gold medal-winning coach Mike Babcock is the new head coach of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Huskies men’s hockey team.

The Epoch era has been epic for the Huskies

Libby Epoch has helped engineer some of the most memorable playoff performances in Huskies history. So it comes as no surprise that the talented point guard has designs on becoming a professional engineer, serving as a point person on projects when she graduates from the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

Huskies’ Gabruch earns top marks on and off the field

She was a first-team league all-star, the second-leading scorer in all of Western Canada, and a finalist for the Huskies’ 2019/20 Female Athlete of the Year award.

Huskie Athletics supporting development of female coaches

The numbers tell the story: In Canadian university sports, only 17 per cent of head coaches and 24 per cent of assistants are female.