The Saskatoon City Police, Co-op and Huskie Athletics have teamed up in the Huskies Centennial year to bring fans the 2011-12 edition of Cop Cards. Each month, a new card released for fans to collect from school, a Huskie game or the Saskatoon City Police. The card will feature Huskie alumni who are now members of the Saskatoon City Police and current Huskie athletes.
Collect all yours today!
February’s card will feature:
Cst. Jason Worobec
Jason attended high school in Aberdeen, Sask., where he began running track. He was the Provincial High School and Saskatchewan Games 100-metre champion in 1992. He was a member of the Riversdale Track and Field Club for several years and represented Saskatchewan at the 1993 Jeux Canada Games. Jason competed in track at the U of S for one year. Jason is now in his 12th year with the Saskatoon Police Service and is currently working in patrol.
Courtney is currently in her second year of Arts and Science completing a degree in Urban Planning, and started training with the Huskies track & field team last year. She competes in the long jump, 60m sprint, and 60m hurdles. Her goals for this year are to achieve personal bests in all of her events, to make the All-Academic team and the Canada West team.
Kyle is currently in his fifth year of school completing a degree in biology and a second degree in anatomy and cell biology. This year marks Kyle’s fourth year of eligibility competing with the Huskies and is looking forward to another great season. In 2011, he placed fifth at Canada West and third in the Golden Bear Open. Kyle also has some coaching under his belt, with one of the most memorable opportunities being able to travel to Ottawa this past summer to coach the Saskatchewan team at Legion Nationals.