Bison Sports

Manitoba Bisons should use speed to drive offence in Canada West soccer

Manitoba finished 12th for saves in Canada West with 53, showing that strong defensive play also had a big impact. But although the old adage says “defence wins championships,” the objective of the game is still to outscore your opponent. Thankfully for the herd, it has just the pieces required to take the club to the next level.





Wild Huskies domesticated by Bisons

Macho Bockru led the way for the herd, with three touchdowns on the night to go with 99 yards on six receptions, while kicker Matt Riley went five-for-five on field goals.



New chapter, new page for Bisons

From teams trying to regain former glory to others trying to stave off a fall from grace, there are more than a few stories to watch from the Bisons this year.


Schubert comes home

After a short stint playing professionally overseas, a veteran Bison is coming home to the Prairies.



Former Bison moving across Prairies

The six-foot-three guard was selected in the third round — 16th overall — of the inaugural Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) draft by the Saskatchewan Rattlers March 23.