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NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING for BASKETBALL SASKATCHEWAN

NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING for BASKETBALL SASKATCHEWAN Notice is hereby given that Basketball Saskatchewan Inc. Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday, November 19, 2017, at the Travelodge Hotel, Regina, Saskatchewan. Registration opens at 10:00 a.m., the Annual General Meeting at 10:30 a.m., and a Luncheon at noon. The Annual General ... More

High Performance Coaches

Basketball Saskatchewan is pleased to introduce four high performance coaches for the upcoming season. Greg Jockims, Bree Burgess, Tanner Brightman and Navanga Burke will be the high performance coaches this season which includes leading the Centre for Performance and our Provincial teams this upcoming summer. Tanner Brightman has been involved with the ... More

New Executive Director

Basketball Saskatchewan Names New Executive Director Todd Johnson has been selected as the new Executive Director for Basketball Saskatchewan.  Todd is originally from Moose Jaw, SK and has been part of the coaching community for the last 30 years.  He has recently been a part of the coaching staff for the A.E. Peacock Collegiate Senior Boys team, who ... More

Steve Nash program opens up the court for Weyburn kids

WEYBURN - DiscoverWeyburn.com Published: Friday, 28 April 2017 12:00 Written by Paige Kreutzwieser More kids are enjoying the sport of basketball in Weyburn. This is all thanks to the efforts of a national program organized by local coordinators. Community coordinator Kevin Butz said the Steve Nash Basketball Program has provided an outlet ... More

New President at Basketball Saskatchewan

Jeremy Sundeen, of Regina has been elected as the new President of Basketball Saskatchewan. Sundeen who is originally from Fort Qu’Appelle, was part of two Fort Qu’Appelle Gold medal winning high school basketball teams in 2002 and 2004.  Sundeen has been a teacher, official and coach in Meadow Lake and in Regina, and presently coaches at Sheldon-Wil... More

Saskatoon to Host FIBA 3×3 World Tour Masters

3x3 Canada Quest Regionals & National Finals Announced Saskatoon, SK – February 1, 2017 – Saskatoon Sports Tourism, in partnership with Canada Basketball, is pleased to announce that Saskatoon will host the only FIBA 3x3 World Tour Masters event in North America in 2017. This professional 3x3 basketball event will take place in conjunction with ... More

adidas Top 40 Camp comes to Regina

Basketball Saskatchewan in cooperation with Top 40 Basketball events (adidas brand partner) present the 2017 adidas Regina Top 40 Camp, set for April 28th-30th at the University of Regina. The event will feature the Top 40 male prospects in Grades 9 and 10. It is an adidas event, with all apparel provided by adidas. This camp is one of the top camps ... More

University of Regina Cougars take silver at FISU 3×3

The University of Regina Cougars (women) won silver, at the second annual 3×3 basketball FISU World University League, held in Xiamen, China from October 21 to 23. Representing the Cougars were fourth-year guard Sara Hubenig, second-year guard Michaela Kleisinger, along with fifth years Charlotte Kot, and Katie Polischuk. Regina claimed the silver ... More

Glen Fekula Regina Sports Hall of Fame inductee

On Thursday, Oct. 8, Glen Fekula was inducted to the Regina Sports Hall of Fame in the Builder category at the 14th annual induction ceremony. If you played basketball in Regina in the past 30 years, you probably know Glen Fekula. He spent 29 years coaching senior boys basketball at Balfour Collegiate. In that time, Fekula's Balfour teams won nine city ... More

Team Canada earns silver at FIBA Americas U18 Championship

Saskatchewan’s Angela Bongomin and Libby Epoch won a silver medal with Team Canada at the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship for Women in Valdivia, Chile. Canada matched up against a strong United States team in the championship game. Both teams entered the final with unblemished 4-0 records and it was tight through the first quarter, but the USA ... More