The Huskies women's hockey and basketball teams were successful Saturday night, but the rest of the university athletics teams couldn't find the win column.
Kennedy Harris came in off a two-on-one and went top corner over Calgary netminder Kira Wasyluk's glove to score the only goal for the Huskies women's hockey team. In the end, that would be the only goal the U of S needed in a 1-0 win. Chloe Marshall needed only 12 saves for the shutout.
Things did not go as well for the men's hockey team in Calgary. Cain Franson scored twice for the Dinos to lead them past the Huskies 4-2. Levi Cable and Jesse Forsberg found the back of the net for the U of S, tieing the game at 2-all in the second period, but just seconds later, the Dinos would put away the game winner. Jordon Cooke made 24 saves in the loss.
On the basketball court, the women's hoops squad finished a weekend sweep of the Manitoba Bisons with a 101-56 win. The Bisons kept the game close early, only trailing 17-12 after the first quarter, but that's when the Huskies pulled away, extending their lead to 19 at the half and never looked back. Summer Masikewich led the Huskies with 27 points and finished one rebound shy of a double-double.
The men's team, meanwhile, fell well behind the Bisons and couldn't mount a comeback in an 81-58 loss. Manitoba built up a 25 point lead in the third quarter at one point, and held the Huskies to just 16 points in the final 10 minutes to seal the victory. Lawrence Moore led the Huskies in the loss recording a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Manitoba swept the weekend series.
And on the volleyball court, both Huskies teams failed to knock off the Brandon Wolfpack. Carissa Noble paced the Huskies with 13 kills, but Brandon would knock off the U of S women's team in four sets. It also took just four sets for the Wolfpack to beat the men's Huskies. Saskatchewan's offence was led by Colin Fraser with a match-high 15 kills.