Sept 7, 2014 (ISN) – With a 2-1 victory the No. 6 ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies completed a
sweep over the visiting University of Calgary Dinos Sunday on Field 7 in Saskatoon’s
Saskatchewan opens the Canada West men’s soccer season 2-0-0 after the first weekend
of play, while Calgary is 0-2-0. A day earlier, the Huskies won 4-1.
Calgary’s Dominick Zator opened the scoring in the 51st minute after his header from
a free kick taken by Kieran Hay landed over an outstretched Huskie keeper Michal
Just five minutes later, two-time CIS All-Canadian Brett Levis tied the game looping
a free kick taken from just outside the 18-yard box into the bottom left corner of
Huskie striker David Brown scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick in the
67th minute. Levis was tripped up inside the box to award Saskatchewan the kick. It
was the second straight match, Brown scored on a penalty kick.
Bandula finished the match with three saves, while Hunter Brett stopped six at the
other end of the pitch for the Dinos. Calgary outshot the Huskies for the second
straight game 8-4.
Saskatchewan travels to Edmonton to meet the MacEwan Griffins for the first time,
while Calgary returns home to host the Alberta Golden Bears