No Track Access

There will be no fieldhouse access on Wednesday April 25 for STFC practice.  Please talk to your coaches about alternate practice spots.

Registration

Once again we will be offering a spring program for our JD and Bantam groups.  This will run in the months of May and June and will take place at Griffiths stadium (outdoor track).

The JD group will go on Tuesdays from 5:00pm-6:30pm, and the Bantams will go on Tuesday and Thursdays from 5:00pm-6:30pm.

If you are interested in this program the registration will take place on Thursday March 22 from 6:00-6:30pm at the fieldhouse (most likely in the cafeteria).

Congratulations Dean!

Congratulations to STFC’s own, Dean Bertoia, who is the recipient of the Saskatchewan Sports Awards 2017 male coach dedication award.

Dean is a veteran coach of 17 years with the University of Saskatchewan Track & Field Throws (since 2000). During his time, he has developed many nationally-decorated athletes (over 68 medals), been Head Coach for Saskatoon Track and Field Club (2009-2015) throughout various Canada Games, Western Canada Games, and First Nation communities, and also represented Team Canada as the Throws Coach for North America Central Americas and Caribbean Games in 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2010. In past, Dean has been recognized as Coach of the Year (2005), a Level 4 Coach at the Sask Athletics Awards Dinner (2011), and the 2001-2002 University of Saskatchewan Track and Field Team was inducted into the Saskatoon Sport Hall of Fame (2010).

Congratulations Dean, a very well deserved honour!

Dean

Coaches at U Sports Nationals

Congratulations to all the U of S Huskies that competed at the U Sports National Championships (Canadian University) this past weekend in Windsor, but especially to our 4 STFC coaches.

Kieran Johnston (Bantam Coach)– Won gold medal in the Heptathlon with a University of Saskatchewan Record (5259 points), and also ran on the 4x200m, and 4x400m relay teams

Cole Fry (JD Coach)– Placed 8th in the 35lb Weight Throw (15.44m)

Naomi Manske (JD Coach)– Won bronze medal in the triple jump in a University of Saskatchewan Record (12.11m)

Katelyn Lehner (JD Coach)– Won bronze medal in the 60m Hurdles (8.31sec), and also ran on the 4x200m relay team

Huskies