Huskie Athletics Celebrates 2022-23 Academic All-Canadians

SASKATOON, SK - Huskie Athletics is proud to celebrate the achievements of their student-athletes.

This past week, student-athletes were recognized for their academic success at the annual U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian Breakfast. The breakfast highlighted the academic achievements of 122 student-athletes from thirteen colleges. Messages of excellence and determination delivered from guest speakers Scott Banda (Huskie Athletics Board of Trustees), Dr. Airini (USask Provost and Vice-President Academic), and Dr. Jerome Cranston (Vice Provost, Students and Learning) capped off the celebration.

U SPORTS student-athletes achieve Academic All-Canadian status having maintained an average of 80% or better over the academic year, while competing for one or more of their university's teams.

Huskie Athletics would like to thank all our student-athletes for their commitment to academic greatness and wish them the best of luck in their studies this year, and in their future endeavours.

The 2022-23 U SPORTS Academic All-Canadians from the University of Saskatchewan College of Kinesiology include:

Cam Skinner / Football
Alexander Dewar / Men's Basketball
Fisayo Moibi / Men's Basketball
Aydin Wiebe / Men's Soccer
Jake Neufeld / Men's Track & Field
Jacob Murphy / Men's Track & Field
Joshua Wiebe / Men's Track & Field
Ethan Smith / Men's Volleyball
Quinn Buchanan / Men's Volleyball
Noah Opseth / Men's Volleyball
Jaira Cross Child / Women's Cross Country
Isabella Pozzi / Women's Hockey
Kate Ball / Women's Hockey
Anna Oliver / Women's Soccer
Emily Little / Women's Soccer
Georgina Gannitsos-Clark / Women's Soccer
Jessica McBride / Women's Track & Field
Rachel Dai / Women's Track & Field
Daniele Dyck / Women's Track & Field
Cassidy Smith / Women's Track & Field
Kianna Cadman / Women's Track & Field
Jessamy Sundby / Women's Track & Field
Allison Ruegg / Women's Track & Field
Olivia Mattern / Women's Volleyball
Jolene Sibley / Women's Volleyball