Sundown Optimist Buffalo Gals Team Calambre
Regina • Baton Twirling
Nominated by Saskatchewan Baton Twirling Association
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- Represented Canada at the World Baton Twirling Federation World Championship, placing fourth out of 11 teams.
- There were 17 countries represented at the event.
- Traditionally, Canada has come in fifth at the event so finishing fourth is considered a significant accomplishment.
- Each country is allowed to send only one team if they meet scoring standards.
Team Saskatchewan Baseball • Saskatoon • Baseball
Nominated by Baseball Sask
- Won the gold medal at the Baseball Canada Cup after defeating Team British Columbia 6-1.
- Team member Brody Frerichs of Muenster received the Rawlings Top Hitter Award.
- It was the first time Saskatchewan has won the title since 1994 and the province remains one of only four provinces to have won the cup (BC, Ontario, Quebec).
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Saskatoon • Basketball
Nominated by University of Saskatchewan
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- Defeated the Ryerson Rams 85-71 to win the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Women's Basketball championship for the first time in team history.
- Won the Canada West title by defeating the University of Regina 73-62.
- During the regular season, the Huskies finished first in the Pioneer Division with an 18-2 record, starting the season on a 16-game winning streak.
- Dalyce Emmerson of the Huskies was named the CIS Championship MVP and earned an All-Star nod. Teammate Laura Dally was also named an All-Star. At the Huskies Athletics Awards, Dally was named Female Athlete of the Year, Emmerson was named All-Round Female Athlete and Lisa Thomaidis was named Coach of the Year.