- Game Day
- Get Involved
- Inside Athletics
The University of Saskatchewan began in 1907 and has operated teams that compete with others since 1911. The term Huskie Athletics is defined as those student athletes from the University of Saskatchewan that compete in elite interuniversity competition administered by Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) and its members, both as regions and as individual institutions.
The University of Saskatchewan is a member of the Canada West Regional Association, one of four such associations within CIS. The Huskie Athletics program is administered at the University of Saskatchewan by the College of Kinesiology. At various times in its history, Huskie Athletics has offered teams in 24 different sports. At present date, there are 15 teams in the following sports: football and both men's and women's teams in basketball, cross country, football, hockey, soccer, track & field, volleyball, and wrestling.
Huskie Athletics is an integral part of the University of Saskatchewan's goal of providing intellectual, cultural, social and physical activities as part of the University's Mission of achieving academic excellence. The mission of Huskie Athletics is to provide elite interuniversity sport opportunities for students as part of their educational experience. The Huskie Athletics program pursues excellence within the parameters of the resources that are available.
Huskie Athletics Wall of Fame
Each year at the Huskie Salute, along with celebrating the success of our teams, Huskie Athletics recognizes the Fan, Volunteer and Sponsor of the Year, who are a huge part of the success of the green and white!