• Darcey Busse

    Darcey Busse

    Photo Credit: University of Saskatchewan Huskies Athletics Darcey Busse was raised in Moose Jaw and proved himself to be a natural athlete who competed in many different organized sports as a youth. It was as a volleyball player, though, that Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : University Of Saskatchewan Huskies Athletics

    1979 University of Saskatchewan Huskies Men’s Volleyball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU) National Volleyball Champions, 1979. In March of 1979, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Volleyball team made history by capturing its first ever Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) Championship. The Huskies had previously won Read more →

  • Mark Tennant

    Mark Tennant

    Mark’s skills as a coach and innovator led to three consecutive Women’s Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) championships for the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in 1979, 1980, and 1981. Tennant served as president of the Saskatchewan Volleyball Association Read more →

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    Henry “Hank” Lorenzen

    Hank Lorenzen played nearly every position in volleyball. Instead of a setter, outside hitter, middle hitter or libero, he was an athlete, coach, official and administrator. On and off the court, he has been helping build the sport in Saskatchewan Read more →

  • Joyce Gamborg

    Joyce (Senyk) Gamborg

    Volleyball took Joyce Gamborg (nee Senyk) from Melville to Saskatoon. Then, it took her around the world. After graduating from Melville Comprehensive High School in 1978, Gamborg joined the University of Saskatchewan Huskiettes women’s volleyball team later that fall. As Read more →