The coming of spring means one thing is for certain. No, not the slush and muck, and no, not the start of patio season, but…
Bison men’s basketball
With its two other picks, Saskatchewan looked within its provincial borders, selecting Chan De Ciman in the first round and Alexander Dewar in the third. Both are products of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.
After a historic season, the Bisons looked poised to challenge for a national championship. Instead, the club made it as far as the Canada West playoff semifinals and came home heartbroken.
Fifth-year guard Browne has taken on a leadership role in his final season, and has proven that he can lead on — and off — the court.
While the men looked to lock down a bye to the second round, the women had to win to clinch a spot in the dance.
While the men’s basketball team continued a championship-worthy season with a sweep, the women were swept away at home against the University of Regina Cougars.
With a big family, every kid gets a chance to play. Such was the case over the weekend as all four Bisons court teams packed IG Athletic Centre for three days of intense action.
With only the Bisons women’s hockey team in town, all eyes were on Wayne Fleming Arena. But the best action was possibly going down outside the province, as the rest of the herd travelled to Alberta and B.C. for a series of tough tests.
There was a resounding call of “Timber” over the weekend as the University of Manitoba Bisons basketball clubs cut down the visiting University of the Fraser Valley Cascades. The men’s club came away with the weekend sweep, while the women earned a split.
With the Duckworth Challenge settled, the U of M Bisons and University of Winnipeg Wesmen still had conference obligations to fulfill over the weekend.