Championships Women’s Final 8

Sabine Dukate, Summer Masikewich and Katriana Philipenko all scored in double figures during the Saskatchewan Huskies’ decisive 82-64 victory over the Brock Badgers on Sunday in the women’s gold medal game at the 2020 U SPORTS Final 8 Basketball Championships at the Arena at TD Place.

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Dukate had 24 points, three rebounds and three assists for Saskatchewan, while Samantha Keltos had 21 points, two rebounds and one assist in a losing cause for Brock.

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The Huskies shot 43.9 per cent from the field and 40.0 per cent from three, compared to the Badgers’ 34.3 per cent shooting and 37.9 percent from beyond the arc.

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With the win, Saskatchewan wins their second national title in school history after capturing their first in 2016. The Huskies end their season with an overall record of 24-2 in regular season, conference playoff and U SPORTS Championship action while Brock compiled an overall record of 22-6.


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Nike Top Performers

Saskatchewan: Sabine Dukate
Brock: Samantha Keltos

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Championship MVP : Sabine Dukate, Saskatchewan

Championship All-Star Team

Sabine Dukate, Saskatchewan
Summer Masikewich, Saskatchewan
Melissa Tatti, Brock
Samantha Keltos, Brock
Jenna Mae Ellsworth, UPEI