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      UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN
2006 POTASHCORP VANIER CUP MEDIA GUIDE
                       About the University of Saskatchewan
Location                                                                                    Research
The main campus is 2,425                                                                    The U of S attracted over
acres and Innovation Place                                                                  $107 million in research
Research Park is another                                                                    revenue in 2004-05. The
500 acres. The University                                                                   $173.5-million Canadian
also owns land elsewhere in                                                                 Light Source synchrotron
Saskatoon as well as around                                                                 project - one of the largest
Saskatchewan. The total                                                                     scientific facilities in
property value of the build-                                                                Canada - opened in
ings and their contents is                                                                  October 2004.
approximately $2.49 billion
(2004).                                                                                     Students
                                                                                            The U of S strives to pre-
Celebrated History                                                                          pare students for the
The Act establishing the University of Saskatchewan was       knowledge age. In 2004-05, 15,387 students were
passed by the Legislative Assembly on April 3, 1907. The      enrolled full time in degree courses and 3,497 were
U of S will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2007. The first   enrolled part time.
classes in Arts & Science began in 1909 with a registra-
tion of 70 students. These classes were held in the           Budget
Drinkle Building, in downtown Saskatoon. On October           In 2005-06 the University had an operating budget of
12, 1912 the first building on campus, the College            $281.3 million.
Building, was opened for student admissions. It was
declared a provincial (1982) and federal (2000) heritage
building.
                                                              Huskie Athletics… A Tradition of Success
                                                              The 2005-06 athletics season was a huge success for the
                                                              green & white…
Colleges and Schools
The University of Saskatchewan offers 58 degrees, diplo-      Canada West Championship Teams - 2
mas and certificates in over 100 areas and disciplines.       Teams Advancing to CIS Championships - 11 of 15
Colleges and schools include: Agriculture, Arts and           CIS All-Canadians - 15
Science, Commerce, Dentistry, Education, Engineering,         CIS Major Award Winners - 5
Graduate Studies and Research, Kinesiology, Law,              CIS Individual Gold Medalists - 3
Medicine (includes Physical Therapy), Nursing,                CIS Individual Silver Medalists - 4
Pharmacy and Nutrition, Veterinary Medicine, and              CIS Individual Bronze Medalists - 12
Extension Division.                                           Canada West All-Stars - 42
                                                              Canada West Major Award Winners - 13
Faculty & Staff                                               Canada West Coaches of the Year - 2
The U of S prides itself on its outstanding and diverse       Huskie Athletes - 356
faculty and staff that number about 7,350. The                Huskie Coaches - 53
University, with associated organizations like Innovation     Huskie Managers and Trainers - 38
Place and the Royal University Hospital, is the City of
Saskatoon's second largest employer, making up about          ALL-TIME:
eight percent of                                              All-Time CIS Championships Won - 24
the city's work                                               All-Time Canada West Championships Won - 87
force.
Table of Contents
U of S Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
History of Huskies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Huskies in the CFL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Huskie All-Time Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Award Winners & All-Stars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Past Hardy Cup Champions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Road to PotashCorp Vanier Cup . . . . . . . . . . .7-9
Head Coach Bio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Game Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-25
Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Regular Season Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-29                                           2006 Huskies celebrate third straight Hardy Cup trophy
Playoff Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30-31
Phonetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Team Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34


                                      University of Saskatchewan Quick Facts
Location: ............................................................Saskatoon, SK, Canada                 1999 (away): ..........................................lost 27-21 to Laval (Churchill)
Enrolment: ....................................................................................18,710       1998 (home): ...............................won 33-17 over Western (Churchill)
Founded: ..........................................................................................1907     1996 (away): ...................................won 33-9 over Guelph (Churchill)
President: ....................................................................Peter MacKinnon              1994 (away): ...........................won 35-24 over Saint Mary's (Atlantic)
Nickname: ..................................................................................Huskies         1991 (away): .............................lost 31-14 to Mount Allison (Atlantic)
Colours: ..........................................................................Green & White            1990 (away): ................................won 41-13 over Bishop's (Churchill)
Affiliation: .................................Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)                          1989 (home): ...............................won 40-10 over Queen's (Churchill)
Conference: ....................................................Canada West Conference                      1974 (away): ........................................lost 41-17 to Western (Central)
Athletic Director: ...............................................................Bill Seymour
Athletic Dept. Phone: ....................................................(306) 966-1020                    VANIER CUP HISTORY
Stadium: ......................................................................Griffiths Stadium            All-time record: ..................................................................................3-5
Capacity: .....................4,999 (official), 12,567 (temporary for Vanier)                              2005: ......................................................................lost 24-23 to Laurier
                                                                                                            2004: ..............................................................................lost 7-1 to Laval
FOOTBALL                                                                                                    2002: ..............................................................lost 33-21 to Saint Mary's
Head Coach: .............................................Brian Towriss (23rd season)                        1998: ............................................................won 24-17 over Concordia
Career Regular Season Record: ................................................113-70-1                      1996: ....................................................................won 31-12 over St. FX
Career playoff record: ....................................................................30-11            1994: ............................................................lost 50-40 to Western (OT)
Career overall record: ...............................................................143-81-1              1990: .........................................................won 24-21 over Saint Mary's
Career record vs. Laval: .....................................................................1-2           1989: .....................................................................lost 35-10 to Western
Bowl record: .......................................................................................9-2
Bowl wins: ..........200, 2005, 2004, 2002, 1998, 1996, 1994, 1990, 1989                                    SPORTS INFORMATION
Bowl losses: ............................................................................1999, 1991         Sports Information Director: .........................................Tera Schneider
Vanier Cup record: ............................................................................3-5          Sports Information Assistant: .........................................Devin Heroux
Vanier Cup wins: .........................................................1998, 1996, 1990                  SID Office Phone: ..........................................................(306) 966-1024
Vanier Cup losses: ....................................2005, 2004, 2002, 1994, 1989                         SID E-mail: ......................................................tera.schneider@usask.ca
                                                                                                            SID Fax: ..........................................................................(306) 966-6502
BOWL HISTORY (since inception of national semi-finals in 1967)                                              Mailing Address: ...........................................................Huskie Athletics
All-time Bowl record: ........................................................................9-3              ...............................................................University of Saskatchewan
All-time Bowl record away: ...............................................................5-3                   ...............................................................................87 Campus Drive
Mitchell Bowl record: ........................................................................4-0               .....................................................................................Saskatoon, SK
Mitchell Bowl record away: ...............................................................2-0                   ..............................................................................................S7N 5B2
2006 (away): ...................................won 35-28 over Ottawa (Mitchell)                            Athletic Website: ...........................................................huskies.usask.ca
2005 (home): .....................................won 29-27 over Laval (Mitchell)                           Canada West Website: ....................................................canadawest.org
2004 (home): .........................won 31-16 over Saint Mary's (Mitchell)                                CIS Website: ...............................................................universitysport.ca
2002 (away): ......................................won 22-0 over McGill (Mitchell)

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                     History of the Huskies - A Team of Success…
    For years now the University of Saskatchewan              1996
                                                                                      record, culminating in a Vanier Cup win.
    Huskies Football program has been one the most            VANIER                   The 1996 team was a team of destiny, they were
    dominant in the country. A yearly contender for the       CUP                       the most prolific scoring team in Huskies histo-
    Vanier Cup, this Huskies team is perennially com-                                    ry and it was going to take a miracle to stop
    petitive.                                                                              them from winning the Cup.

    Most of the Huskies recent success occurred during                                                 The 1998 team on the other
    the 90's, when they were toted the CIS team of the                                                  hand was a team which fought
    decade. As the gun sounded to end the 1998 Vanier                                                    and clawed their way to the
    Cup, not only did the Huskies secure bragging                                                            finals and then they did
    rights for the season, but they achieved the above                                                        exactly what they did all
    tag, CIS Team of the Decade.                                                                               season, they found a way
                                                                                                                to win as a team. The
    The players may change but the winning tradition                                                            Huskies stingy defense
    which makes the U of S                                                                                    played another 'bend but
    Huskies such a prolific pro-                                                                            don't break' game, and run-
    gram continues. From David                                                                              ning back Doug Rozon led
    Earl passing to Dan Farthing,                                                                           the offense on the ground.
    to Brent Schneider passing to                                                                          The game was clinched when
    David Blackburn, to Ryan                                                                              game MVP Trevor Ludtke
    Reid passing to Jaret Rennie.                                                                    pounced on a loose ball in the end
    From Kim Paslowski and Joe                                                                       zone.
    Saul to Warren Muzika and
    James Repesse. The names                                                                         The 1998 Vanier Cup was won by
    change but the winning con-                                                                      the best university football team in
    tinues.                                                                                          the Canada, but it was also won by
                                                                                                     the best football program in
    The long road to that title                                                                      Canada. The Huskies have won the
    started in 1989 with the                                                                         CWUAA, the toughest conference
    Huskies first trip to the Vanier                                                                 in Canada, an unprecedented 11
    Cup. That year they were not                                                                     out the past 18 times. The Dogs
    successful in their bid for CIS 1990 VANIER CUP                                                  have traveled to the Vanier Cup
    supremacy, but it put a taste                                                                    nine times in the past 16 years,
    in the Huskies mouth which would be satiated in 1990.                                            and throughout that time, the
    That was the team which proved it could be done.                                                 longest gap between Vanier Cup
                                                                                                     appearances has been four years.
    The first win in 1990 was to set the tone for the rest of the
    decade. The second time to the big dance proved a sweet                                           While they were a force to be reck-
    trip indeed. Led by Ted Morris Trophy winner David Earl,                                          oned with in the 90's the Dogs
    and a defense which was arguably the best ever produced         1998 VANIER CUP                   have found a way to compete in
    by a CIS program the Huskies cap-                                                                 the new millennium, returning to
    tured their first Vanier Cup.                                                                     the national championship in
                                                                                                 2002, 2004 and 2005. The Huskies
    And the winning did not stop there.                                                          haven't found a way to win the big
    The 1994 Vanier Cup, a 50-40 over-                                                           game in the 2000's just yet, but with
    time loss, the game which is consid-                                                         the PotashCorp Vanier Cup in
    ered the best ever Vanier Cup, was a                                                         Saskatoon this year, the Dogs would
    heartbreaker. The feeling of despair                                                         love to break out of their
    was soon replaced with a much better                                                         Championship drought in front of a
    feeling as the Dogs rebounded and                                                            raucous home crowd. Win or lose now,
    won the 1996 Vanier Cup. The                                                                 this Huskies team has once again
    Huskies most successful passer Brent                                                         shown its strength, and will continue
    Schneider (three time Hec Creighton                                                          with its winning tradition.
    nominee and two time Ted Morris
    trophy winner) led the Dogs to a 10-1                                                        Source: T.M. Arseneau
                                              2006 CIS MITCHELL BOWL

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                                                    Huskies in the CFL
                                                                   (1975 on)
NAME                   TEAM(S)                        YEARS              NAME                    TEAM(S)                          YEARS
Larry Gilles           Calgary                        1975               Al Neufeld              Ottawa                           1991-92
John Konihowski        Edmonton/Winnipeg              1975-81            Ray Wiens               Winnipeg                         1992
Jerry Friesen          Montreal/Saskatchewan          1978-80/1981-85    Errol Brown             Saskatchewan/Winnipeg            1993/1993-94
Darrell Burko          Toronto/Hamilton               1980/1981          Duane Dmytryshyn        Calgary/Toronto/Sask.            1994-2000
Doug Redl              Hamilton                       1980/1982          Gene Makowsky           Saskatchewan                     1995-present
Gene Wall              Toronto/Hamilton               1981               Mike Crumb              British Columbia                 1998-present
Lyle Bauer             Winnipeg                       1982-91            Matt Kellett            Edmonton/BC/Montreal             1999-present
Jim Manz               Saskatchewan/Winnipeg          1982-83/84         Scott Flory             Montreal                         1999-present
Scott Redl             Saskatchewan/Winnipeg          1983-87/1989-90    Warren Muzika           Hamilton/Winnipeg                1999-present
Terry Lehne            Hamilton                       1983-88            Trevor Ludtke           Winnipeg                         1999-2000
Paul Hicke             Edmonton/Saskatchewan          1983/1985          Jason Crumb             British Columbia                 2000-present
George Voelk           Montreal                       1985-86            Kevin Lefsrud           Montreal/Edmonton                2000-present
Marshall Toner         Calgary                        1986-91            Glenn Carson            Edmonton                         2001-present
Rob Bresciani          Saskatchewan/Ottawa            1988-89/1990       Kelly Bates             British Columbia                 2002-present
Jeff Yausie            Calgary/Ottawa                 1988/1989          Jamie Borehm            Hamilton                         2004-present
John Hoffman           Saskatchewan                   1989-92            Rhett McLane            Edmonton                         2004-present
Jordan Gaertner        Edmonton                       1990-91            Tyson Craiggs           British Columbia                 2005-present
Kelly Trithart         Saskatchewan                   1990-92            Nathan Hoffart          Saskatchewan                     2005-present
Mike Lazecki           Saskatchewan                   1990-92            Jeff Piercy             Montreal                         2005-present
Dan Farthing           Saskatchewan                   1991-2001          Chad Rempel             Winnipeg                         2005-present



                                        Huskies Drafted by CFL Clubs
                                                                   (1985 on)
No.         CLUB                 PLAYER             POSITION             No.          CLUB                 PLAYER               POSITION
2006                                                                     1995
Round 4     Hamilton             Chris Sutherland   Offensive Lineman    23 Round 2   Saskatchewan         Gene Makowsky        Offensive Guard
Round 5     Winnipeg             David Stevens      Tailback             51 Round 6   Saskatchewan         Brent Schneider      Quarterback

2005                                                                     1994
Round 1     Saskatchewan         Nathan Hoffart     Slot Back            16 Round 2   Hamilton             Jeremy Braitenback   Slot Back
Round 2     Montreal             Jeff Piercy        Running Back
Round 5     Montreal             Curt Hundeby       Offensive Lineman    1993
Round 6     Saskatchewan         Ryan Gottselig     Defensive Lineman    17 Round 3   Saskatchewan         Errol Brown          Defensive Back
                                                                         21 Round 3   Calgary              Duane Dmytryshyn     Slot Back
2004
Round 2     Edmonton             Rhett McLane       Offensive Lineman    1991
Round 4     Edmonton             Chad Rempel        Wide Receiver        2 Round 1    Saskatchewan         Dan Farthing         Slot Back
                                                                         60 Round 8   Saskatchewan         Rob Dutton           Defensive Line
2003
Round 6     Saskatchewan         Adrian Olenick     Offensive Lineman    1990
                                                                         33 Round 5   Ottawa               Al Neufeld           Offensive Line
2001                                                                     38 Round 5   Edmonton             Jordan Gaertner      Slot Back
Round 2     British Columbia     Jamie Borehm       Kicker               59 Round 8   Winnipeg             Ray Wiens            Offensive Line
Round 3     Edmonton             Glenn Carson       Offensive Tackle
                                                                         1989
2000                                                                     44 Round 6   Saskatchewan         Shaun Gardiner       Linebacker
Round 4     British Columbia     Kelly Bates        Offensive Tackle     52 Round 6   Saskatchewan         Kelly Trithart       Linebacker
                                                                         60 Round 8   Saskatchewan         Greg Galan           Quarterback
1998
Round 5     Montreal             Kevin Lefsrud      Offensive Tackle     1988
            British Columbia     Jason Crumb        Slot Back            36 Round 5   Calgary              Jeff Yausie          Defensive Back
                                                                         37 Round 5   Saskatchewan         John Hoffman         Defensive Back
1997
Round 3     Montreal             Scott Flory        Offensive Guard      1987
Round 3     British Columbia     Matt Kellett       Place Kicker         66 Round 8   Saskatchewan         Byron McCorkell      Defensive Tackle
Round 5     Saskatchewan         James Repesse      Defensive Tackle
                                                                         1986
1996                                                                     56 Round 7   Saskatchewan         Dave Ostertag        Defensive Back
Round 3     Edmonton             Joe Saul           Defensive End
Round 5     Saskatchewan         Chris Flory        Offensive Tackle     1985
Round 5     Saskatchewan         Greg Moe           Place kicker         21 Round 3   Saskatchewan         Gerald Lashyn        Linebacker
                                                                         39 Round 5   Saskatchewan         Rob Bresciani        Slot Back
                                                                         47 Round 6   Calgary              Joe Mahnic           Running Back
                                                                                                                                                   3
                                      Huskie All-Time Leaders
                                             REGULAR SEASON
    POINTS                                            RUSHING CARRIES
    GAME                                              GAME
    22     Matt Kellett        Oct. 12/96             38     Jim Manz                           Sept. 4/78
    SEASON                                            SEASON
    87     Mike Lazecki        1989                   174    David Stevens                      2005
    CAREER                                            CAREER
    247    Paul Osiowy         1974 - 1978            488    Terry Eisler                       1985, 1987-1989

    TOUCHDOWNS                                        RECEIVING YARDAGE
    GAME                                              GAME
    3        David Stevens     Oct. 22/05             259    Dan Farthing                       Oct. 17/87
    3        Doug Rozon        Oct. 28/95             SEASON
    3        David Blackburn   Oct.8/94               862    Carey Prokop                       1994
    3        Jeff Slabik       Aug. 28/93             CAREER
    3        Terry Eisler      Sept. 23/89            2295   Kevin Sawatzky                     1978, 82-85
    3        Darcy Mendryk     Oct. 22/83
    3        Kevin Sawatzky    Oct. 7/83              RECEPTIONS
    3        Gene Wall         Oct. 14/78
    3        John Konihowski   Oct. 6/73              GAME
    3        Blaine Knoll      Sept. 25/65            12     Marc Olson                         Nov. 2/90
    SEASON                                            12     Terry Eisler                       Sept. 3/88
    12       David Stevens     2005                   12     Marshall Toner                     Oct. 5/85
                                                      SEASON
    PASSING YARDAGE                                   49     Jeremy Braitenback                 1993
                                                      CAREER
    GAME                                              138    Marshall Toner                     1981-85
    541    Greg Galan          Oct. 17/87
    SEASON                                            DEFENSIVE INTERCEPTIONS
    2549   Steve Bilan         2004
    CAREER                                            GAME
    8294   Brent Schneider     1992-96                4      Les McFarlane                      Nov. 8/75
                                                      SEASON
    PASSING COMPLETIONS                               10     Phil Guebert                       1989
                                                      10     Les McFarlane                      1975
    GAME                                              CAREER
    35     Doug Seimens        Oct. 1/83              24     Bob Coffin                         1970-74
    SEASON
    162    Dave Pickett        1973                   PUNT RETURNS
    CAREER
    536    Doug Seimens        1981-85                SINGLE SEASON
                                                      43      Eric Duchene                      2001
    PASSING TOUCHDOWNS                                        765 yards

    GAME
    8      Brent Schneider     Oct. 8/94
    SEASON
    25     Steve Bilan         2004                                                             Former Huskie Dan
    CAREER
    56     Brent Schneider     1992-96                                                          Farthing, and former
                                                                                                Saskatchewan Roughrider,
    RUSHING YARDAGE                                                                             holds the Huskies’
    GAME                                                                                        single-game record with
    292    Doug Rozon          Oct. 4/99                                                        259 receiving yards.
    SEASON
    1267   Doug Rozon          1999
    CAREER
    4086   Doug Rozon          1995 - 1999
                                                                          - StarPhoenix photo

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                            Huskies Individual Awards and All-Stars
                                                                   CIS Award Nominees
                                         Hec Creighton (most outstanding player)           J.P. Metras (outstanding lineman)
                                         Dave Pickett                  1973*               Byron McCorkell                1988
                                         Dan Farthing                  1988                Rob Dutton                     1989
                                         Brent Schneider               1993,1994, 1996     Travis Serke                   1993
                                         Steve Bilan                   2004                James Repesse                  1996*
                                         David Stevens                 2005                Aaron Moser                    2000
                                                                                           Jordan Rempel                  2006
                                         Peter Gorman (outstanding rookie)
                                         James Repesse                1994                 President’s Trophy (outstanding defensive player)
                                         David Murza                  1996                 Gary Sinclair                  1980
                                         Scott McHenry                2005                 Gerry Lashyn                   1984
                                         *Denotes Winners                                  Kim Pasloski                   1990
                                                                                           Trent Bagnall                  1995, 1996
       Jordan Rempel #66                 Russ Jackson (student-athlete)                    Warren Muzika                  1997, 1998*               Dylan Barker #20
                                         Dylan Barker                   2006               Mike Letendre                  1999*




                                                       Huskie Canada West All-Stars
1961 Lorne Dillabaugh     OT         Max Abraham            DE         1980 Lyle Bauer           G                    Rod Lessmeister     OG        1998 Warren Muzika        LB
     Dale West            HB         Mike Harrington          S             Murray Wenhardt     TE                    Greg Mamer          DE             Scott Flory         OT
     Don Brock            MG    1972 Glen Ponomarenko       LB              Perry Mamer         DE                    Kim Pasloski         LB            James Repesse       DT
     Mike Regush           LB        Gerry Harris           TE              Gary Sinclair       LB                    Kelvin Sander        SB            Matt Kellett         PK
     Ken Tidsbury         DB    1973 Dave Pickett           QB              Dale Mathews        DB            1991    Marc Olson           SB       1999 Eric Duchene        DB
1962 Don Brock            OT         John Konihowski         SE        1981 Murray Wenhardt     TE                    Ryan Russell        OT             Doug Rozon           RB
     Gary Korven            S        Gerry Harris           TE              Jay Sinclair        SB                    Don Bristow         DE             Jamie Boreham          P
1963 Brian Hamerton       RB         Marv Janzen            HB              Paul Hickie          P            1992    Duane Dmytryshyn     SB            Mike Letendre        LB
     Walt Nibogie          LB   1974 Larry Giles            WR         1982 Kevin Sawatzky     WR                     Brad O’Keefe         LB       2000 Aaron Moser         DT
1964 Walt Nibogie          LB        Larry Remmen           RB              Paul Hickie          P            1993    Brent Schneider     QB        2001 Eric Duchene        DB
     Bill Chernoff        DT         Bob Gibbons            OT              Scott Redl          DE                    Travis Serke        OT             Chad Rempel         WR
     Pat Marshall          LB        Brian Towriss          DE              Murray Sadownick     S                    Jeremy Braitenback   SB            Rhett McLane        OT
1965 Skip Best            OT         Ron Moe                LB         1983 Bill Stetzenko     OG                     Aaron Runge          LB       2002 Chad Rempel         WR
     Lyle Dunkley           E        Bob Coffin             DB              Kevin Sawatzky     WR             1994    Brent Schneider     QB             Brent Dancey         DL
     Blaine Knoll          FB        Tim Molnar             DB              Greg Holz            K                    David Blackburn     WR             Tyler Siwak          RB
     Walt Niogie          QB    1975 Carl Thoma             OG              George Voelk        DT                    Trent Bagnall       DB             Rhett McLane        OT
     Dan Marisi            LB        Bob Gibbons            OT              Pat Schnitzler      LB                    Carey Prokop         SB       2003 Eric Duchene        C/R
     Art Quinney          DT         Larry Giles            WR              Tim Weins           DB                    Gene Makowsky       OG             Adrian Olenick      OT
     Rick Dobrowolsky     DE         Brian Walter           DT         1984 Rob Bresciani      WR                     Chris Flory         OT             Aaron David         WR
     Bill Seymour         HB         Jerry Friesen          LB              Marshall Toner      SB                    Steve Cornish        LB            Ryan Gottselig       DL
1966 Lorne Parker         DB         Les McFarlane          DB              Greg Holz            K                    Dan Stewart         DB             Matt Lammerding     DE
     Proctor Girad        DT         Mike Lamborn           DB              Gerald Lashyn       LB                    Kelly Wist          KR             Tyler Siwak          RB
     Walt Nibogie         QB    1976 Doug Redl              OG              Tim Leier           DB            1995    James Repesse       DL             Lyndon Bush         DE
     Skip Best            OT         Gene Wall              RB         1985 Len McCoshen        OT                    Joe Saul            DE        2004 Chris Sutherland    OT
     Rick Dobrowolsky     DE         Jerry Friesen          LB              Kevin Sawatzky     WR                     Greg Moe              K            Jeff Schieman        IR
     Lyle Dunkley           E        Mike Lamborn           DB              Marshall Toner      SB                    Trent Bagnall       DB             Aaron David      WR&KR
     Gord Garvie          HB         Les McFarlane          DB              Doug Siemens        QB                    Warren Muzika        LB            Jeff Piercy          RB
1967 Clare Johnson        DB    1977 Doug Redl              OG              Terry Eisler        RB                    Shaun Grant         DB             Steve Bilan         QB
     Wayne Gallop          LB        Jerry Friesen          LB         1986 Len McCoshen       OG             1996    Brent Schneider     QB             Brian Guebert       DE
     Tom Dutton           DT         Les McFarlane          DB              Paul Rogal         WR                     Joe Saul            DE             Ryan Gottselig      DT
     Gerry Reinson        MG         Tom Chad               DB              Byron McCorkell     DE                    Trent Bagnall       DB             Darryl Balzer        LB
     Rick Dobrowolsky     DE    1978 Gene Wall              RB              John Hoffman        KR                    Warren Muzika        LB            Ryan Barnstable      CB
     Gord Garvie          HB         Rob Bunce              DT         1987 Byron McCorkell     DE                    Jaret Rennie         SB       2005 David Stevens        RB
     Skip Best            OT         Tim Molnar             LB         1988 Dan Farthing     SB/KR                    Scott Flory         OG             Tim West               C
     Norm Lowes           OG         Les McFarlane          DB              Terry Eisler        RB                    James Repesse       DL             Chris Sutherland    OT
1968 Cam Clark            DT    1979 Al Merkowsky             C             Byron McCorkell     DE                    Matt Kellett          K            Steve Bilan         QB
     Claire Johnson       DB         Gene Theissen            G             Greg Martin          S                    Jason Weber         DB             Ryan Gottselig        IL
     Neil Garvie          HB         Murray Wenhardt        TE              Mike Lazecki         K                    Mike Stewart          C            Mike Scheibel       HB
1969 Max Abraham          DT         Paul Hicke               K        1989 Rob Dutton          DT                    Trevor Ludke         LB            Ryan Barnstable      CB
     Norm Lowes            LB        Rob Bunce              DT              Phil Guebert         S            1997    Warren Muzika        LB       2006 Jordan Rempel       OT
     Gord Garvie          DB         Darrel Burko           LB         1990 Errol Brown         KR                    Mike Crumb          HB             Huburt Buydens      OG
1970 Max Abraham           LB        Murray Sadownick         S             Dan Farthing       WR                     Scott Flory         OT             Dylan Barker           S
     Cam Clark            DT                                                Phil Guebert         S                    Mike Milo            LB            Jordy Burrows       HB
     Garth West           TE                                                Jason Huel          DB                    Matt Kellett       PK/P            Brian Guebert       DE
1971 Glen Ponomarenko      LB                                               Scott Hundseth      DE                                                       Braden Suchan          P


                                                            Huskie CIS All-Canadians
1969   Max Abraham        DT    1977   Jerry Friesen         LB        1991    Marc Olson            SB       1997     Warren Muzika           LB   2000   Aaron Moser        DT
       Barrie Reid        WR           Doug Redl             OG        1992    Duane Dmytryshyn      SB                Mike Crumb              HB   2001   Eric Duchene         C
1970   Max Abraham        LB           Tom Chad              DB        1993    Jeremy Braitenback    SB                Scott Flory             OT   2003   Ryan Gottselig       T
1971   Max Abraham        LB    1980   Gary Sinclair         LB        1993    Travis Serke          OT                Matt Kellett            PK          Eric Duchene         C
       Glen Ponomorenko   LB           Rob Bresciani         WR        1994    Steve Cornish         LB                Mike Milo               DE          Adrian Olenick     OT
1972   Gerry Harris       TE    1984   Gerald Lashyn         LB        1995    Trent Bagnall         DB       1998     Warren Muzika           LB   2004   Chris Sutherland   OT
1973   Dave Pickett       QB    1985   Kevin Sawatzky        WR                Joe Saul              DE                James Repesse           DT          Ryan Barnstable    CB
       John Konihowski    WR           Marshall Toner         SB       1996    Brent Schneider       QB                Matt Kellett            DK          Ryan Gottselig     DT
1975   Les McFarlane      DB    1988   Dan Farthing           SB               Joe Saul              DE                Scott Flory             OT          Steve Bilan        QB
       Brian Walter       DT           Byron McCorkell       DE                Trent Bagnall         DB       1999     Doug Rozon              RB   2005   Ryan Gottselig      IL
1976   Jerry Friesen      LB    1989   Rob Dutton            DT                Warren Muzika         LB                Jamie Boreham            P          David Stevens      RB
       Doug Redl          OG           Phil Guebert            S               Jaret Rennie          SB                Mike Letendre           LB          Chris Sutherland   OT
                                1990   Kim Pasloski          LB                James Repesse         DT
                                                                                                                                                                                    5
                                             Hardy Cup Champions
    1927   University of Manitoba              1963 University of Alberta                  1984   University of Calgary
    1928   University of Alberta               1964 University of Alberta                  1985   University of Calgary
    1929   University of British Columbia      1965 University of Saskatchewan             1986   University of British Columbia
    1930   University of Saskatchewan               University of Alberta                  1987   University of British Columbia
    1931   University of British Columbia           University of Manitoba                 1988   University of Calgary
    1933   University of British Columbia      1966 University of Manitoba                 1989   University of Saskatchewan
    1934   University of Saskatchewan          1967 University of Alberta                  1990   University of Saskatchewan
    1935   University of Saskatchewan          1968 University of Manitoba                 1991   University of Saskatchewan
    1936   University of Saskatchewan          1969 University of Manitoba                 1992   University of Calgary
    1937   University of Saskatchewan          1970 University of Manitoba                 1993   University of Calgary
    1938   University of British Columbia      1971 University of Alberta                  1994   University of Saskatchewan
    1939   University of British Columbia      1972 University of Alberta                  1995   University of Calgary
    1941   University of Saskatchewan          1973 University of Manitoba                 1996   University of Saskatchewan
    1944   University of Alberta               1974 University of Saskatchewan             1997   University of British Columbia
    1945   University of British Columbia      1975 University of Calgary                  1998   University of Saskatchewan
    1946   University of Alberta               1976 University of British Columbia         1999   University of Saskatchewan
    1947   University of Alberta               1977 University of Calgary                  2000   University of Regina
    1948   University of Alberta               1978 University of British Columbia         2001   University of Manitoba
    1959   University of British Columbia      1979 University of Alberta                  2002   University of Saskatchewan
    1960   University of Alberta               1980 University of Alberta                  2003   Simon Fraser University
    1961   University of British Columbia      1981 University of Alberta                  2004   University of Saskatchewan
    1962   University of British Columbia,     1982 University of British Columbia         2005   University of Saskatchewan
           University of Alberta               1983 University of Calgary                  2006   University of Saskatchewan




                                                                                                             Huskies
                                                                                                          Atlantic Bowl
                                                                                                         Championships
                                                                                                               - 1994
                                                                                                            Huskies
                                                                                                          Mitchell Bowl
                                                                                                         Championships
                                                                                                       - 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006
                                                                                                            Huskies
                                                                                                          Churchill Bowl
                                                                                                         Championships
                                                                                                       - 1989, 1990, 1996, 1998
                                                                                                            Huskies
                                                                                                           Vanier Cup
                                                                                                         Championships
                                                                                                         - 1990, 1996, 1998


             Huskies hoist Mitchell Bowl after defeating the St. Mary’s Huskies in 2004.
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                     Road to the 2006 PotashCorp Vanier Cup
Week One:        vs ALBERTA                     27-6    WIN        Week Eight:     at ALBERTA                             28-11 WIN
Week Two:        at SIMON FRASER                52-7    WIN        Week Nine:      BYE
Week Three:      vs REGINA                      38-14   WIN        Playoff Week 1: vs BRITISH COLUMBIA                    35-16 WIN
Week Four:       vs BRITISH COLUMBIA            35-33   WIN        Playoff Week 2: HARDY CUP
Week Five:       at CALGARY                     55-10   WIN                        at MANITOBA                            32-15 WIN
Week Six:        vs MANITOBA                    16-35   LOSS       Playoff Week 3: CIS MITCHELL BOWL
Week Seven:      at REGINA                      31-32   LOSS                       at OTTAWA                              35-28 WIN


            Canada West Semi-Final - Saskatchewan 35 British Columbia 16
SASKATOON SK - At Griffiths                an athletic play to                                                quick to give credit to
Stadium in Saskatoon the #4 ranked         break up what looked                                               the rest of his team.
University of Saskatchewan Huskies         like to be a sure UBC
eliminated the unranked University of      first down. Paul                                                   "I mean UBC had all
British Columbia Thunderbirds from         Woldu had this to say                                              the momentum early
the post-season 35-16. Huskies quar-       about the play.                                                    and for our offense to
terback Bret Thompson had an effec-                                                                           score right after they
tive day passing the ball as he complet-   "I think first of all if I                                         did was big. But a lot
ed all but one pass and converted on       would have been in                                                 of credit has to go to
many second down plays. Once again         position to begin with,                                            the defense today, they
the Huskies running attack was domi-       I probably would                                                   had one heck of a
nate as they were able to rack 312 yards   made the interception.                                             game for us and gave
                                                                        Photo courtesy of Liam Richards
on the ground. With the win the            Because I wasn't                                                   our offense a chance to
Huskies now go to Manitoba next            where I should have            Quarterback Bret Thompson and       get the job done."
weekend to take on the #1 ranked team      been I had to close on          runningback Scott Stevens help
in the nation for the Hardy Cup            the ball in a hurry. I           lead Huskies in third straight        With a 17 point lead
                                                                       conference semi-final victory over UBC
Championship.                              was able to break up                                                   the Huskies would
                                           the play which might have changed the                look to protect the ball and use the
4,050 spectators watched their Huskies     momentum at that point; you just have                clock to their advantage. UBC did their
team on a beautiful day for football on    to make plays, that's why we're here                 best to mount a comeback, but when-
the prairies. There would be tense         right?"                                              ever they would get to the Huskies side
times early in the game for those fans                                                          of the field the offense couldn't seem to
however, as UBC came out flying and        From that point on, the Huskies                      punch the ball into the end-zone. After
quickly found themselves up 10-0 after     offense and defense would step up their              a couple of UBC field-goals, the score
a Chris Ciezki touchdown and a Shawn       games, and by half-time the Dogs                     after three quarters would be the 27-16.
McIssac field-goal. The Huskies had an     found themselves up 27-10. The
answer though and immediately after        Huskies would get touchdowns from                    The only scoring that would occur in
the T-birds field-goal, Bret Thompson      Scott Stevens and Tyler O'Gorman, and                the final frame would be a late Tyler
and his offense went to work. The          two field-goals from Braden Suchan to                O'Gorman touchdown that would seal
result would be a 75 yard drive capped     account on the other 17 unanswered                   the deal for the Dogs. Chris Eckert
off by a Scott Stevens eight yard touch-   points scored by the Dogs.                           would also get a point for the Huskies
down run. That would make the score                                                             as he was able to make a tackle in the
10-7 early in the 1st quarter.             Scott Stevens had another good run-                  UBC end-zone for a rouge single. The
                                           ning game after suffering an injury in               highlight of the game may have come
UBC tried to respond quickly after the     the last game of the year. He finished               when huskies quarterback Bret
Huskies had scored their touchdown,        the day with 74 yards rushing on 16                  Thompson bombed a pass down-field
but on second down and long Huskies        carries, as well as scoring two touch-               to receiver Scott McHenry who was
defensive back Paul Woldu would make       downs. After the game Stevens was                                       continued on next page

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    able to bobble the pass and hold onto it         "We have the ability to run for first                just keep on being physical and we
    before he fell out of bounds. Scott              downs and pass for first downs and                   should be just fine."
    McHenry was the Huskies leading                  when we are able to do that we are                              Game Story by: Devin Heroux
    receiver and was pretty happy with               going to be very effective. As far as our                               - Sports Info. Assistant
    today's game.                                    offense coming together, we have to                              - University of Saskatchewan

                                        FINAL STANDINGS              G         W          L        OL           PF    PA      Diff      Pts
                                        *Manitoba                    8         8          0        0           363   143     +220       16
                        2006            *Saskatchewan                8         6          2        0           282   148     +134       12
                CANADA WEST             *UBC                         8         4          4        0           287   209     +78         8
                                        *Regina                      8         4          4        0           278   256     +22         8
                    FOOTBALL            Alberta                      8         4          4        0           163   198      -35        8
             FINAL STANDINGS            Calgary                      8         2          6        0           133   221     -108        4
                                        Simon Fraser                 8         0          7        1           100   431     -331        1
                                        *top four teams qualify for playoffs. Note: one for an overtime loss



                  Hardy Cup Canada West Final - Saskatchewan 32 Manitoba 15
    Winnipeg, MB - In a cold but hearty               Bret Thompson and ran in for a 72                   end zone again with a 17 yard TD run
    day, the #4 Saskatchewan Huskies came             yard TD. The convert was unsuccessful               by RB O'Gorman for his second TD
    into Canad Inns Stadium and defeated              and then Manitoba went on a 11 play,                after he ran all 37 yards on the short
    the #1 Manitoba Bisons by a 32-15                 85 yard drive culminated by a QB John               drive. Saskatchewan ran out the clock
    score. The Huskies captured the Hardy             Makie dive in from the one yard line.               and wins the Canada West Final over
    Cup for the third consecutive year                This was the last time the Bisons scored            the Bisons for the second time in both
    (fourth in five years) and advanced to            during the match at the 12:30 mark of               program's history.
    play the #3 Ottawa Gee Gees in the                the second. Saskatchewan answered
    Mitchell Bowl next Saturday,                      right back with a five play, 77 yard                The Huskies were led by QB Bret
    November 18.                                      drive which Stevens ended with a 1                  Thompson who went 9-15 for 246
                                                      yard run. At the half, the Huskies were             yards and 1 TD and RB Tyler
    In front of a loud 4700 crowd, the visi-          up 23-15.                                           O'Gorman had 140 yards on 10 carries
    tors scored first on a 71 yard run by RB                                                              while Bret Thompson had 97 yards on
    Tyler O'Gorman when he stopped                    In the third the only scoring was a sin-            10 carries. Cory Jones had two grabs
    direction and ran against the grain for           gle point of a missed Huskies' FG but               for 126 receiving and 1 TD. Gabe
    the TD. The Bisons responded with an              the possible turning point occurred                 Mackesey led the way with 11 tackles
    eight play drive and RB Karim Lowen               when with four minutes left, the Bisons             and Dylan Barker with 10 tackles.
    scored on a one yard run. The Huskies             gamble on third down at the Huskies'
    responded with a 29 yard FG by                    19 on a third and two and get stopped               For the Bisons, QB John Makie went
    Braden Suchan and                                                      by the                         21-32 for 269 yards and 1 INT. RB
    after one,                                                             Saskatchewan                   Karim Lowen went for 129 rushing
    Saskatchewan led                                                       defense with the               yards on 28 carries and Randy
    10-7.                                                                  score at the time              Simmons had seven catches for 82
                                                                           24-15.                         receiving yards. DB Mike Howard had
    In the second, after                                                                                  eight tackles in the loss with fifth year
    a rouge by Bisons'                                                        In the final quar-          Cory Huclack adding six tackles.
    Andrew Patzer                                                             ter, Suchan had a
    then the Huskies                                                          punt single and             Saskatchewan had 527 yards on offense
    exploded for                                                              then with time              and the Herd had 407. Saskatchewan
                           Photo courtesy
    another big play as    of Tera Schneider
                                                                              running down in             led 23-15 at half and the Huskies did
    Cory Jones hauled                                                         the Hardy Cup, the          not allow the Bisons score in the last
    in a pass from QB             Hardy Cup Player of the Game,               Huskies found the                             continued on next page
                                  Runningback Tyler O'Gorman
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 33:30 of the game while they piled up          "All week we knew that if we came in            ed it the most; this was supposed to be
16 unanswered points.                           here and played the way we were capa-           our rebuilding year, we just have to stay
                                                ble of playing, we would have a lot of          focused now."
After the game Huskies head coach               success. I'm just so proud of our guys                          Game story by: Chris Zuk
Brian Towriss was more than thrilled            and how they came together today to                        - Sports Information Director
with his team's perfomance.                     get the victory. Thompson had his best                           - University of Manitoba
                                                game as a Huskie today when we need-


       CIS MITCHELL BOWL National Semi-Final - Saskatchewan 35 Ottawa 28
OTTAWA ON - For a moment it                                                                           own end with time running down.
looked like the perfectly scripted                                                                    It was then time for the Huskies
season was going to end prema-                                                                        defense to shine, and they grasped
turely. After one of the most dis-                                                                    the opportunity. On a second
mal halves in recent Huskie foot-                                                                     down and three play, deep in
ball memory, the Dogs only found                                                                      Ottawa's end, the whole Huskies
themselves down 14-10 with two                                                                        “D” shut down a pretty effective
quarters left to play. The score was                                                                  running game and forced the Gee-
not at all indicative of the way the                                                                  Gees to punt with less then three
game had gone to that point, as                                                                       minutes remaining.
the Gee-Gees came storming out
of the gates, going up 8-0 early.                                                                      The Huskies did not go to the air
                                                                                                       once on their four play 54-yard
They say defense wins champi-                                                                          drive to march down the field
onships, and perhaps this was the                                                                      with the go ahead and game-
case, as the Huskies were able to       Green & white celebrate third straight Mitchell Bowl title     clinching points. With 55 seconds
force Ottawa to turn the ball over                                                                     left in the game, Tyler O'Gorman
five times in the game, in which the        game they felt they should have been                 scored his third touchdown while Dan
Huskies were able to score 17 points.       out of.                                              Houle caught the two-point conversion
For defensive back Paul Woldu, who                                                               to put the Huskies up 35-28.
returned a 78-yard interception for a       The Huskies would get their first lead
touchdown in the third quarter, he says     of the game at the 2:59 mark of the                  There was still time left on the clock
it's just a matter of making plays, and     fourth quarter, when the Mitchell Bowl               however, but a Huskies defense that
when you are doing that, good things        MVP Tyler O'Gorman would plunge in                   couldn't stop the Gee-Gees offense in
are going to happen.                        for a six yard touchdown, to go along                the first half, had something to prove
                                            with his other two touchdowns for a                  to end the game. After a couple first
“The defensive line just had some great     total 162 rushing yards.                             down runs by the Gee-Gees quarter-
pressure and was able to force their                                                             back Josh Sacobie, the defense put a
quarterback to throw the ball quickly       With a 27-21 lead early in the fourth                impenetrable wall that shut down the
and I was just there to catch the ball.     quarter, the Gee-Gees, who had not                   high-powered Ottawa offense three
This was supposed to be our rebuilding      been able to muster very much offense                straight times to seal the deal. The
year, we are young, but we just make        in the second half, suddenly came to                 Huskies did what seemed to be the
plays when we have to. All that matters     life, resulting in a 54-yard Ottawa                  impossible just hours earlier when they
to me right now are the green jerseys       touchdown. With the convert, the Gee-                found themselves in a precarious posi-
beside me and the coaches; we stick         Gees went up 28-27, making for one                   tion, but found a way to win.
together.”                                  incredible finish.
                                                                                                              Game story by: Devin Heroux
After the Woldu interception the Dogs       The teams traded offensive possessions                            - Sports Information Assistant
found themselves still down 21-17 with      for much of the fourth quarter, until                              - University of Saskatchewan
five minutes left in the third quarter,     Huskies punter Braden Suchan was
but also found themselves back in a         able to pin the Gee-Gees deep in their

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                             The Coach
     Head Coach Brian Towriss continues to be the charismatic leader of
     the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. A man with history deeply
     rooted in the Huskies Football program, this former player and long
     time coach continually fields a team that garners the respect of its
     opponents with the knowledge, skills and desire to be the best in
     Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS).

     Born in Moose Jaw SK, Towriss, a graduate of AE Peacock
     Collegiate, joined the University of Saskatchewan Huskies as a player
     in the fall of 1974. Brian enjoyed instant success as a Huskie and was
     named a Canada West All-Star in his rookie season.                        HEAD FOOTBALL COACH:
                                                                               Brian Towriss
     Hired by Football Saskatchewan as the Provincial Coach after com-         Years as Head Coach: 23
     pleting his Bachelor's degree in Commerce, Brian returned to the          Hardy Cup Championship Titles: 11
     University of Saskatchewan's athletic department as an administra-        Vanier Cup Championship Appearances: 8
     tive assistant in 1981. Three years after returning to his alma mater,    Vanier Cup Championship Titles: 3
     Towriss was named Head Coach of the Huskies Football program at           Canada West Coach of the Year: 9
     just 27 years of age. Now a level 4 NCCP certified coach, Towriss            (88, 89, 90, 94, 96, 98, 02, 03, 05)
     continually gives back to the football community with involvement         CIS Coach of the Year: 1994
     in coaches clinics and ID Camps, and is currently the President of        Regular Season Coaching Record: 113-70-1
     CUFCA, the Canadian University Football Coaches Association.              Playoff Coaching Record: 30-11
                                                                               Overall Coaching Record: 143-81-1
     Coach Towriss is respected in football circles across the country,        ASSISTANT COACHES:
     including opposing coaches, administration, his own staff of long-        Ed Carleton - Defensive Coordinator
     time coaches, and most importantly his players. Hardy Cup Player of       Mike Harrington - Receivers Coach
     the Game Tyler O'Gorman had this to say about Towriss: “As a
     coach, he's awesome. He prepares our team, week in and week out,          DEFENSIVE ASSISTANT COACHES:
     for every opponent we face. Other teams respect us, and that comes        Cal Hobbs
                                                                               Darrel Burko
     from our coaching staff. Twenty-three years of winning… that has to
                                                                               Wade Dupont
     be one of the top of all time.”
                                                                               OFFENSIVE ASSISTANT COACHES:
     Canada West All-Star Braden Suchan added, “We all respect 'BT' as a       Travis Serke
     coach. He knows how to win games and knows how to motivate our            Bart Arnold
     team. He has good relationships with the players and with the             Brent Schneider
     coaches. He knows how to settle us down and how to get us going.          Jason Sulz
     His records alone prove what he can do.”                                  Jeff Balzer
                                                                               SUPPORT STAFF:
                                                                               Andrea Eccleston - Equipment Manager
                                                                               Gary Larner - Equipment Manager
                                                                               Kerry Zachar - Student Trainer
             HUSKIES REGULAR SEASON RECORD                                     Stephanie Hogan - Student Trainer
     1989-1990        6-2     1995-1996        6-2     2001-2002         5-3   Lacey Nairn - Student Trainer
     1990-1991        6-2     1996-1997        7-1     2002-2003         4-4   Alanna VanKommer - Student Trainer
     1991-1992        5-3     1997-1998        5-3     2003-2004         8-0   Dave Orr - Student Assistant
     1992-1993        3-5     1998-1999        6-2     2004-2005         6-2   Monty Klassen - Hydrologist
     1993-1994      3-4-1     1999-2000        6-2     2005-2006         8-0   Dr. Bill Haver - Team Physician
     1994-1995        6-2     2000-2001        2-6     2006-2007         6-2   Dr. Mark Ernst - Team Orthopedic Physician

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                          Game Notes:
TEAM                                                victory over the No. 1 Laval Rouge
• The University of Saskatchewan Huskies            et Or and in 2004, a 31-16 win over
  finished regular season with a 6-2                the Saint Mary's Huskies.
  record. They were No. 2 in Canada             •   Only one other team has their
  West, starting off the season ranked No.          name on the Mitchell Bowl: the
  2 in the CIS, dropping to No. 6 and fin-          Laval Rouge et Or, who won it in
  ishing the season at No. 4.                       2003.
• The Huskies were number one in                •   The Huskies claimed Canadian                  Huskies upset Bisons' perfect season
  Canada West in rushing offense, with              Interuniversity Sport's first-ever                with 2006 Hardy Cup win
  2,225 yards, averaging 278.1                      Mitchell Bowl title with a 22-0 win
  yards/game. Alberta was second with               over the McGill Redmen in 2002. The         • Compared to 12 fifth-years on last
  1,742 yards, for an average of                    game marked the first meeting between         year's roster, this year's squad has three
  217.8/game.                                       the two teams.                                Huskies playing their final year of eligi-
• With 210 first downs, the Huskies             •   Since 1989, the Huskies longest gap           bility. Four are in their fourth year, 12 in
  ranked first in this category, six ahead of       between Vanier Cup appearances has            third-year, 24 in their second year, and
  second place Manitoba.                            been four years.                              18 rookies.
• This year, the Huskies were assessed 73       •   The Huskies win their third straight CIS    • Five Huskies were selected to play in the
  penalties in regular season, which for            Mitchell Bowl, and are 4-0 in appear-         2006 East West Bowl CIS all-star game.
  the second consecutive season is a                ances at the national semi-final.             Head Coach Brian Towriss once again
  league low. In 2005, the Huskies took 70      •   2006 marks the Huskies' third straight        led the West team.
  penalties.                                        Vanier Cup appearance.                      • Five Huskies were all CJFL national
• The Huskies had the highest third-            •   This is the first time in Vanier Cup his-     champions with the Saskatoon Hilltops
  down conversion rate at 66.7%. They               tory that the home team will be playing       in 2001, 2002 and 2003.
  converted eight of their 12 attempts.             in their own stadium on their regular       • After last year's most-ever Huskies
• Saskatchewan held their opponents to a            season turf.                                  drafted to the CFL (four), two were
  75% success rate of scoring points with-      •   The 2006 PotashCorp Vanier Cup is the         drafted this year.
  in their own 20-yard line, putting them           first to be held outside of Ontario.        • The Huskies lost two former Hec
  atop the stats in red zone defense.           •   Nov. 25th will see a rematch of the 2005      Creighton nominees from 2005: quar-
• This year marks the Huskies third                 Mitchell Bowl and the 2004 Vanier Cup.        terback Steve Bilan and runningback
  straight Hardy Cup title, and 11 in 18                                                          David Stevens. Also gone is two-time
  years.                                        PLAYERS                                           all-Canadian and CFL draft-pick Ryan
• Prior to 2006, the last time the Huskies      • Runningback Tyler O'Gorman received             Gottselig.
  met the Manitoba Bisons in post-season          back-to-back game MVP honours, first
  was 2002, when the same 8-0 Bisons              in the Hardy Cup and then in the              COACHES
  were upset on home turf by the                  Mitchell Bowl.                                • As a collective, the University of
  Huskies.                                      • Six Huskies were named Canada West              Saskatchewan Huskies football coaching
• Last year, the green and white broke the        all-stars this year. Two won major              staff have more than 15 Vanier Cup
  'Canada West jinx'. Prior to the Huskies        awards in the conference and are the            rings as both coaches and players. They
  winning that Canada West final, the last        Canada West nominees for the national           have over 100 years coaching experience
  time a first-place team won was in 2001,        awards.                                         in total.
  when Manitoba beat Regina 23-16. The          • This is the first-ever nomination a           • Of the 11 coaches, all but one (Wade
  jinx was present again this year for the        Huskie has received for the Russ Jackson        Dupont) played for the Huskies football
  Manitoba Bisons.                                Student-Athlete Award.                          team. Brian Towriss, Travis Serke and
• Saskatchewan is currently tied with           • It is the sixth nomination for the John         Brent Schneider are all former Canada
  Saint Mary's for second place on the            Metras Outstanding Lineman award,               West all-stars. Brent Schneider was an
  CIS list with eight wins in a semi-final        with the only winner being James                all-Canadian QB in 1996 and was a Hec
  Bowl game (since the inception of the           Repesse in 1996.                                Creighton nominee in 1993, 1994 and
  Vanier Cup in 1965). Western leads the        • Huskies won Canada West athlete of the          1996.
  way with 11 Bowl wins. Saskatchewan             week honours six times this year.             • Huskies QB coach Brent Schneider and
  ranks third with 11 Bowl appearances          • Two sets of brothers grace the 2006             his father Val Schneider, former U of S
  behind Saint Mary's (18) and Western            Huskies football roster: Peter and Paul         athletic director and now Canada West
  (16).                                           Woldu, and Jarod and Jordan Koroll.             executive director were both recipients
• The 2006 CIS Mitchell Bowl will be the        • The Huskies have 10 Regina-based play-          of the Ted Morris memorial trophy,
  first meeting between the Saskatchewan          ers this year and five from Moose Jaw.          awarded to the most outstanding player
  Huskies and the Ottawa Gee Gees.                Sixteen are hometown Saskatoon boys.            in the Vanier Cup. Val received the
• The Huskies have won the last two CIS           Twelve are from outside Saskatchewan,           award in 1967 playing for the Alberta
  Mitchell Bowls; in 2005, a 29-27 upset-         with one from Toronto, ON and one               Bears, while Brent received the honour
                                                  from Sydney, Australia.                         in 1996 with the Huskies.
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                                                                      Player Profiles
                              LUCAS MCEACHERN #1                                                                OLI BURNS #4
                              Position: S                                                                       Position: LB
                              Eligibility Year: 2                                                               Eligibility Year: 1
                              Height: 6’1”                                                                      Height: 6’0”
                              Weight: 205                                                                       Weight: 242
                              Born: July 20th,1983                                                              Born: January 8th,1984
                              College: Arts & Science                                                           College: Arts & Science
                              Hometown: Calgary AB                                                              Hometown: Sydney Australia
                              Year of Study: 5                                                                  Year of Study: 1

     HIGH SCHOOL: Football MVP...Competed in Canada Cup on Team Alberta                 UNIVERSITY: 2005: Member of Australian Football team that played at
     OFF THE FIELD: 2001: Bishop Grandin High School Male Athlete of the                World Games in Germany
     Year...Competed Nationally in football, track and field, and baseball...Father     HIGH SCHOOL: 2003: NEPSAC (New England Prep School Association
     Ken McEachern played CFL football for 10 years with Saskatchewan                   Championships) Champions at Canterbury School...All-England 1st Team at
     Roughriders and 1 year with the Toronto Argonauts, brother plays with a            linebacker...Scholar-Athlete award…2001: NEPSAC Champions at Governor
     football scholarship at the Western Illinois University, Illinois, sister plays    Dummer Academy
     with a soccer scholarship at Clenson University, South Carolina...Lucas’s          OFF THE FIELD: 2003-2004: Scholar-Athlete award...Honour roll student at
     favourite band is Our Lady Peace, favourite movie is Reign of Fire, favourite      Canterbury School and University at Buffalo...Member of National Society of
     meal is steak with corn on the cob, favourite beverage is iced tea and his idols   Collegiate Scholars...2003: Track and Field NEPSAC Champions at Governor
     are his parents.                                                                   Dummer Academy...Placed 2nd in javelin and discus...2000: South Harbour
                                                                                        (Australia) rep team in rugby...Family member Angus Burns plays 1st grade
                                                                                        rugby for Easts (Australia)...Personal favourites include the bands Milk Inc.
                              KARL PHILLIPS #2                                          and Nickelback, movie Gladiator, eating chicken and brown rice, drinking
                                                                                        water, and his idol is Teddy Bruschi of the N.E. Patriots...Oli has the hidden
                              Position: SB
                                                                                        talent of crocodile wrestling and he thinks that the Canadian accent is awe-
                              Eligibility Year: 3
                                                                                        some.
                              Height: 6’2”
                              Weight: 218
                              Born: October 13th,1985
                              College: Arts & Science                                                           JORDAN WEVERS #5
                              Hometown: Toronto ON                                                              Football
                              Year of Study: 4                                                                  Position: DB
                                                                                                                Eligibility Year: 2
     HUSKIES: 2005: Scored a 51-yard touchdown in the Mitchell Bowl versus the                                  Height: 5’9”
     Laval Rouge et Or.                                                                                         Weight: 175
     HIGH SCHOOL: 2003: Was rated in the top 50 in the Greater Toronto Area                                     Born: May 6th,1985
     in as a Quarterback...Won the Metro-Bowl with St. Michaels Bishop Carol as                                 College: Arts & Science
     a Quarterback                                                                                              Hometown: Lethbridge AB
     OFF THE FIELD: Member of 2004-05 Huskie Athletics All Academic 1st                                         Year of Study: 2
     team and CIS Academic All-Canadian team...Began his career with the
     Huskies as a Quarterback, switching later to a Slot back.                          HUSKIES: 2005:Led the nation in punt return average
                                                                                        JUNIOR: 2004: Okanagan Sun Outstanding Defensive Back
                                                                                        HIGHSCHOOL: 2003:Okanagan Sun Rookie of the Year...Member of Team
                              JORDY BURROWS #3                                          Alberta as well as Tournament All-Star at Wide Receiver...BCFC Player of the
                                                                                        Week.
                              Position: DB                                              OFF THE FIELD: 2005: Awarded a scholarship...2002, 2003 Provincial
                              Eligibility Year: 2                                       Baseball Champions...Jordan has a hidden talent for poker playing...His
                              Height: 6’2”                                              favourite artist is Tom Petty, favourite movie is One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s
                              Weight: 185                                               Nest, and his favourite meals are from Subway.
                              Born: September 13th,1984
                              College: Commerce
                              Hometown: Edmonton AB
                              Year of Study: 3

     HUSKIES: 2006: Canada West All-Star (Halfback)…2005: Broke up the final
     Two-point Conversion in Mitchell Bowl Championship win...Played in Vanier
     Cup finals
     JUNIOR:2004: Member of Edmonton Huskies National Championship team
     OFF THE FIELD: Brothers Matt and Willie played for U of A - Matt is a
     receiver for the Golden Bears. The two brothers faced off in last year’s Hardy
     Cup Canada West football final. They play flag football together in the off-
     season along with several other Bears...
     Sister Brie plays basketball for NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of
     Technology), in Edmonton...Jordy has achieved the Sadownick
     Scholarship...Personal favourites include listening to Jack Johnson, watching
     Little Rascals, snacking on beef jerky, and drinking orange julius’.
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                        BRADEN SUCHAN #6                                                                  BRET THOMPSON #8
                        Position: P/PK                                                                    Position: QB
                        Eligibility Year: 3                                                               Eligibility Year: 2
                        Height: 5’11”                                                                     Height: 6’1”
                        Weight: 170                                                                       Weight: 191
                        Born: February 11th,1983                                                          Born: October 17th,1983
                        College: Commerce                                                                 College: Education
                        Hometown: Humboldt SK                                                             Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                        Year of Study: 4                                                                  Year of Study: 3

HUSKIES: 2006: Canada West All-Star (Punter)…Canada West Special Teams           HUSKIES: 2006: CIS Offensive Athlete of the Week with 21 completions for
Player of the Week - Nov. 19 (Mitchell Bowl)... 2004-2005: Played in both        275 yards and three touchdowns - Sept. 25/06
Vanier Cups                                                                      JUNIOR: 2003: Member of Saskatoon Hilltops National Champions
JUNIOR: Three time Prairie Football League Outstanding Special Teams             team...Canadian Bowl MVP...PFL All-Star...2002: Hilltops National
Player of the Year...Two time All- Canadian with Saskatoon Hilltops              Champions...2001: Hilltops National Champions
OFF THE FIELD: 2004: Only Huskie to play in the CIS (Huskies), CJFL              HIGH SCHOOL: 2001: Outstanding Quarterback...Senior Bowl MVP
(Saskatoon Hilltops) and CFL (Roughriders training camp) all in one              OFF THE FIELD: 2000: Team Sask baseball at the Canada Cup - Stonewell
year...In his four years of post-secondary football, Braden has won or played    Manitoba...Bret suffered a knee injury in his final year with the
in a national championship (2001-2003) CJFL championship with                    Hilltops...Sister Jennifer Thompson plays Ryerson University
Hilltops...During the off-season, plays soccer...Joined the Huskies midway       volleyball...Favourite band is The Strokes, favourite movie is Thicker than
through their CIS season...Personal favourites include the bands Journey and     Water, favourite food is pizza, favourite beverage is a blue raspberry slurpee,
Chicago, the movie Major League, eating mom’s pizza, drinking fanta, and his     and his idol is quarterback Michael Vick.
idol is his dad.

                                                                                                          LEIGHTON HERON #9
                        TYLER O’GORMAN #7                                                                 Position: WR
                        Position: RB                                                                      Eligibility Year: 4
                        Eligibility Year: 2                                                               Height: 5’8”
                        Height: 6’0”                                                                      Weight: 165
                        Weight: 195                                                                       Born: June 5th,1985
                        Born: August 26th,1985                                                            College: Arts & Science
                        College: Commerce                                                                 Hometown: Moose Jaw SK
                        Hometown: Edmonton AB                                                             Year of Study: 4
                        Year of Study: 2
                                                                                 HUSKIES: 2005: Huskie Athlete of the Week - Sept 4, 2005...Scored a twenty-
HUSKIES: 2006: Canada West and CIS offensive football player of the week -       three yard touchdown in the Mitchell Bowl win...2003: Rookie of the Year
Nov. 12 (Hardy Cup)...Hardy Cup Player of the Game... Canada West                HIGH SCHOOL: 2001-2002: Member of Provincial championship teams
Offensive Player of the Week - Nov. 19 (Mitchell Bowl)... Mitchell Bowl Player   OFF THE FIELD: Started his career as a backup defensive lineman in the
of the Game...                                                                   Moose Jaw peewee league...Suffered a shoulder injury in CIS East West Bowl
JUNIOR:2004:Member of the 2004 Edmonton Huskies Football champi-                 game last year...Member of 2000 provincial basketball championship
onship team.                                                                     team...Father is a cousin to head Coach Brian Towriss...Interesting fact about
HIGHSCHOOL: Won three high school football championships as well as              Leighton is that his receiving gloves are altered and tucked down to accom-
two provincial championships...Named Strathcona High School MVP.                 modate his right index finger that he lost part of when he was four...His
OFF THE FIELD: Three-year high school provincial track                           favourite band is the Red Hot Chili Peppers, favourite movie is Forest Gump,
champion...Personal favourites include the artist Wacko Jacko, the movie         favourite beverage is Jack Daniels and his hero is Dan Houle.
Punch Drunk Love, hashbrowns as his favourite food, Dr. Pepper and his
favourite beverage and Coy Jones is his idol.




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                             MATT YAUSIE #10                                                                  LAURENCE NIXON #11
                             Position: DB                                                                       Position: QB
                             Eligibility Year: 2                                                                Eligibility Year: 2
                             Height: 5’10”                                                                      Height: 6’0”
                             Weight: 175                                                                        Weight: 190
                             Born: November 23rd,1983                                                           Born: August 7th,1987
                             College: Arts & Science                                                            College: Arts & Science
                             Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                                             Hometown: Richmond BC
                             Year of Study: 1                                                                   Year of Study: 2
                                                                                                                HIGH SCHOOL: 2004: British Columbia AAA
     JUNIOR: 2005: PFC All-Star...2004: CJFL All-Canadian...CJFL Defensive           Provincial finalist...Outstanding back award
     Player of the Year...PFC All-Star...2003: CJFL All-Canadian...PFC All-          OFF THE FIELD: 2005: Senior Jazz gold medal at Music Festival...2004:
     Star...CJFL Hilltops National Champions...2002: CJFL All-Canadian...PFC         Second class honour roll student...Vancouver College Emerald basketball
     All-Star...CJFL Hilltops National Champions...2001: CJFL Hilltops National      tournament champions in grade 5...Family member John Nixon played UBC
     Champions...Hilltops Rookie of the Year                                         football in 2003 and 2004...Laurence is a talented musicician who’s a great air
     HIGH SCHOOL: 2001: Team MVP...2000: Fighting Heart award...Team                 drummer, plays the trumpet, drums and jembe drums and played 5 years of
     MVP...Defensive Player of the Year                                              high school jazz...Laurence enjoys rocking out, playing sports, any type of
     OFF THE FIELD: 2007: Attending Team Sask. Wheelchair Basketball Canada          learning, such as history, and getting into a good argument in his spare
     Games...2006: Team Sask. National Junior Wheelchair Basketball bronze           time...Personal favourites include bands Foo Fighters, Ben Harper and the
     medalists...2005: Team Sask. National Junior Wheelchair Basketball bronze       Red Hot Chili Peppers, favourite movie is School of Rock, favourite food is
     medalists...National Junior Wheelchair Basketball All-Star...2002: National     any Canadian food, such as burgers, favourite beverage is a slurpee, and his
     Junior Wheelchair Basketball All-Star...Brother’s Paul, Jeff and James all      hero is Jack Black.
     played Huskie football...Personal favourites include artist DJ Hernan
     Cattaneo, movie Scratch, meal of mom’s pot roast, beverage of green tea, and
     his idols are Ronnie Lott and David Beckham.                                                             SEAN SEXSMITH #12
                                                                                                              Position: DB
                                                                                                              Eligibility Year: 2
                             TREVOR BARSS #11                                                                 Height: 5’8”
                             Position: QB                                                                     Weight: 170
                             Eligibility Year: 1                                                              Born: April 19th,1986
                             Height: 6’0”                                                                     College: Arts & Science
                             Weight: 190                                                                      Hometown: Prince Albert SK
                             Born: April 27th,1985                                                            Year of Study: 2
                             College: Kinesiology
                             Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                  HIGHSCHOOL: 2004: Team Sask. at Football Canada Cup...Ed Henick
                             Year of Study: 4                                        Senior Bowl captain...Outstanding Defensive back
                                                                                     OFF THE FIELD: Awarded Eidem family bursary in 2004...Sean’s favourites
     HUSKIES: 2004-2005: Huskies Show Team Player of the Year                        include George Strait, the movie Forest Gump, eating king crab legs, drinking
     HIGH SCHOOL: 2003: Senior Bowl Outstanding Quarterback...Ledingham              water for a beverage and he sees his father as his idol.
     Leadership award winner
     OFF THE FIELD: 2006: Second Team All Academics...2005: First Team All
     Academics...Deans Honour Roll...Honour roll student throughout high                                      BRIAN GUEBERT #14
     school...Basketball MVP (Walter Murray Collegiate)...Family member Barry                                 Position: DL
     Barss played University of Regina Rams football...Personal favourites include                            Eligibility Year: 3
     the band Metallica, movies Old School and Fight Club.                                                    Height: 5’9”
                                                                                                              Weight: 245
                                                                                                              Born: December 19th,1981
                                                                                                              College: Graduate Studies & Research
                                                                                                              Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                                                                                                              Year of Study: 1

                                                                                     HUSKIES: 2006: Canada West All-Star (Defensive End)…Canada West defen-
                                                                                     sive player of the week – Nov. 5…Selected for CIS East West Bowl
                                                                                     Game...2004: Canada West Defensive End All Star...Huskies Athlete of the
                                                                                     Week - September 12, 2004
                                                                                     JUNIOR: 2003: CJFL Hilltops National Champions...Prairie Football League
                                                                                     Outstanding Defensive Lineman...Saskatoon Hilltops Outstanding
                                                                                     Graduate...2002:CJFL Hilltops National Champions...Prairie Football League
                                                                                     Outstanding Defensive Lineman...Saskatoon Hilltops Outstanding
                                                                                     Lineman...2001: CJFL Hilltops National Champions
                                                                                     HIGH SCHOOL: 1999: Senior Bowl Outstanding Defensive Lineman...Can-
                                                                                     Am Bowl Defensive MVP...1999: Provincial Champions
                                                                                     OFF THE FIELD: Member of 2004-05 Huskie Athletics All Academic 1st
                                                                                     team and CIS Academic All-Canadian team...Education student, majoring in
                                                                                     Physical Education...Uncle, Phil Guebert, is a 1990 Vanier Cup Champion
                                                                                     with the U of S Huskies.


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                        MATT CROSBIE #15                                                               TRAVIS GORSKI #18
                        Position: WR                                                                   Position: WR
                        Eligibility Year: 1                                                            Eligibility Year: 1
                        Height: 5’11”                                                                  Height: 5’10”
                        Weight: 192                                                                    Weight: 160
                        Born: September 8th,1983                                                       Born: December 5th,1986
                        College: Arts & Science                                                        College: Kinesiology
                        Hometown: Moose Jaw SK                                                         Hometown: Medicine Hat AB
                        Year of Study: 4                                                               Year of Study: 2

HIGH SCHOOL: Receiver of the Year                                              HIGH SCHOOL: League MVP...Member of Team Alberta
OFF THE FIELD: Personal favourites include band ZZ Top, movie Old              OFF THE FIELD: Coca Cola scholarship recipient...High school honour roll
School, eating steak and drinking water.                                       student...MVP in lacrosse...Personal favourites include movie Anchorman,
                                                                               eating steak, drinking iced tea and his idol is Dante Hall.

                        RYAN KROEKER #16
                        Position: QB                                                                   RICK VANDENAMEELE #19
                        Eligibility Year: 3                                                            Position: CB
                        Height: 6’2”                                                                   Eligibility Year: 3
                        Weight: 200                                                                    Height: 5’9”
                        Born: August 25th,1986                                                         Weight: 173
                        College: Arts & Science                                                        Born: June 10th,1981
                        Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                                         College: Arts & Science
                        Year of Study: 3                                                               Hometown: Delisle SK
                                                                                                       Year of Study: 3
HUSKIES: 2004: Team Sask. at Football Canada Cup...Senior Bowl...at
Canada West semi-final, Ryan threw the game winning touchdown pass             JUNIOR: Member of the 2001, 2002 and 2003 Saskatoon Hilltop CJFL
against UBC to advance onto Hardy Cup- score:39-0                              Championship Teams
OFF THE FIELD: Awarded Football Saskatchewan Scholarship...Ryan’s              HIGH SCHOOL: 1998-1999: Team MVP
favourite artist is Garth Brooks, favourite movie is a tie between Anchorman   OFF THE FIELD: Has played three different types of football: six-man, nine-
and How to Loose a Guy in 10 Days, favourite meal is steak and lobster,        man and twelve-man...Western Canadian Best Infielder in softball...Personal
favourite beverage is lemon water and his idol is Anna Kournikova.             favourites include listening to any type of music, eating BBQ ribs with a
                                                                               drink of rye and ginger ale with a twist of lime.

                        CORY JONES #17
                        Position: WR                                                                   DYLAN BARKER #20
                        Eligibility Year: 2                                                            Position: S
                        Height: 6’2”                                                                   Eligibility Year: 2
                        Weight: 191                                                                    Height: 6’4”
                        Born: October 21st,1982                                                        Weight: 200
                        College: Kinesiology                                                           Born: August 21st,1986
                        Hometown: Edmonton AB                                                          College: Arts & Science
                        Year of Study: 3                                                               Hometown: Moose Jaw SK
                                                                                                       Year of Study: 3
JUNIOR: 2004: CJFL All-Canadian...2003: PFC All-Canadian
HIGHSCHOOL: 2001: Canadian Bowl All-Canadian...2000 and 2001 High              HUSKIES:2006: Canada West All-Star (Safety)…Canada West Outstanding
School League MVP                                                              Student-Athlete and CIS Russ Jackson nominee…Played in East West
OFF THE FIELD: 1999 Provincial Track & Field Champion in Long Jump...          Bowl...2004:Outstanding Freshman...Selected to All-Canadian Team at
1999 and 2001 Provincial Track & Field Champion in 4x100 Relay...Big           Canada Cup as Safety
expectations for him in 2005 coming in as a rookie but ended up hurting his    HIGHSCHOOL: 2002-2004: Member of Central Cyclones 3-time Provincial
knee...Personal favourites of Cory include the band Queen, the movie           Champions Team...MVP of Central Cyclones…Outstanding Defensive Back
Commando, eating grilled cheese sandwiches, drinking DP, and he lists his      at Senior Bowl
idol as Tyler O’Gorman.                                                        OFF THE FIELD: Member of 2004-05 Huskie Athletics All Academic 1st
                                                                               team...Achieved a Huskie scholarship...Peggy McKercher Scholarship for
                                                                               Academics and Athletics...Achieved Jack and John Middleton Scholarship for
                                                                               Academics...4 year honour roll student in high school...National and
                                                                               Provincial records as well as gold medals for speed skating...Was nominated
                                                                               for Moose Jaw’s Male Athlete of the Year as a skater...2004: City champion in
                                                                               badminton singles...2003: City champions in basketball




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                              PAUL WOLDU #21                                                                      MIKE WASYLYNIUK #24
                              Position: DB                                                                        Position: WR
                              Eligibility Year: 1                                                                 Eligibility Year: 2
                              Height: 6’0”                                                                        Height: 5’11”
                              Weight: 160                                                                         Weight: 175
                              Born: September 14th,1984                                                           Born: December 26th,1985
                              College: Arts & Science                                                             College: Arts & Science
                              Hometown: Regina SK                                                                 Hometown: Raymore SK
                              Year of Study: 4                                                                    Year of Study: 2

     HUSKIES:2006: Canada West Defensive Football Player of the Week (Mitchell          HIGHSCHOOL: 2004: member of Team Saskatchewan...Played in Senior
     Bowl)                                                                              Bowl...Member of 2002 and 2004 high school provincial championship
     OFF THE FIELD: Paul used an invite to Saskatchewan Roughriders rookie              teams.
     camp to earn a spot at the main camp and participation in a 2006 preseason         OFF THE FIELD: Worked for Huskie Sport Camps in the summer of 2005
     game...High school Provincial wrestling champion...Twin brother, Peter, is         and he also trains with the Huskie Track and Field team during the winter.
     also playing for the Huskie football team as a linebacker...Paul’s favourite
     movies are The Rock and Remember the Titans, favourite food is steak or
     pizza, favourite beverage is milk and his idols are 2 Pac and Jerry Rice.                                    RORY KOHLERT #25
                                                                                                                  Position: WR
                                                                                                                  Eligibility Year: 1
                              TYLER DUECK #22                                                                     Height: 6’2”
                              Position: DB                                                                        Weight: 173
                              Eligibility Year: 2                                                                 Born: January 7th,1988
                              Height: 6’2”                                                                        College: Arts & Science
                              Weight: 185                                                                         Hometown: Regina SK
                              Born: November 27th,1983                                                            Year of Study: 1
                              College: Education
                              Hometown: Hague SK                                        HIGH SCHOOL: Winston Knoll two time Schwann Conference All-Star
                              Year of Study: 3                                          OFF THE FIELD: 2006: High school Senior Athlete of the Year...6A high
                                                                                        school basketball All-Star...2005: Basketball bronze medal winner at Canada
     JUNIOR: 2001-2003: Member of CJFL Champions Saskatoon Hilltops team                Games...Received a 5 year scholarship that will pay tuition with a 65% aver-
     HIGH SCHOOL: 2000: Hague High School team MVP                                      age maintenance...Personal favourites include the movie Happy Gilmore, eat-
     OFF THE FIELD: Brother Shaye Dueck is currently playing for the Saskatoon          ing steak and drinking pepsi.
     Hilltops...Personal favourites include band Alexisonfire, movie Old School,
     eating steak and drinking gatorade.
                                                                                                                  TYLER BAIER #26
                                                                                                                  Position: DB
                              JARED NORDICK #23                                                                   Eligibility Year: 2
                              Position: DB                                                                        Height: 5’7”
                              Eligibility Year: 4                                                                 Weight: 175
                              Height: 6’1”                                                                        Born: January 28th,1982
                              Weight: 186                                                                         College: Education
                              Born: October 8th,1982                                                              Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                              College: Education                                                                  Year of Study: 1
                              Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                              Year of Study: 2                                          JUNIOR:2004: PFC All-Star...2003: Defensive MVP - Canadian
                                                                                        Bowl...Member of Saskatoon Hilltops CJFL National Champions
     HUSKIES: 2005: Played in Vanier Cup...2004: Played in Vanier Cup...2002:           Team...2002: Member of Hilltops CJFL National Champions Team...2001:
     Played in Vanier Cup                                                               Member of Hilltop CJFL National Champions Team
     OFF THE FIELD: Has received various awards in high school for football,            OFF THE FIELD: Tyler has a 3 yr B.A. in History...Was a St. Joseph honour
     track and basketball...In Jared’s spare time he is a free-lance Artist and sells   roll student...Acquired Saskatoon Hilltop scholarships...Brother Aaron plays
     his own work to help pay for university tuition...Loves to travel and plans on     Canadian Super League Rugby for Regina Prairie Fire...Has a hobby of flying
     doing some traveling after finishing football.                                     kites...Tyler’s favourite artist is Celine Dion, favourite movie is Rudy, favourite
                                                                                        food is pizza, favourite beverage is water and his hero is Wayne Gretzky.




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                        JORDAN G. KOROLL #27                                                            ANTHONY DUDAR #31
                        Position: FB                                                                    Position: DB
                        Eligibility Year: 2                                                             Eligibility Year: 1
                        Height: 6’1”                                                                    Height: 5’10”
                        Weight: 210                                                                     Weight: 183
                        Born: June 11th,1984                                                            Born: October 15th,1985
                        College: Kinesiology                                                            College: Kinesiology
                        Hometown: North Battleford SK                                                   Hometown: Calgary AB
                        Year of Study: 3                                                                Year of Study: 1

HUSKIES: 2005: Played in Vanier Cup                                            JUNIOR: Calgary Colts Best Backfield Player award
OFF THE FIELD: Brother Jarod plays for the U of S Huskies football team        HIGH SCHOOL: 2003: St. Francis High School MVP “Tiger of the Year”
and Alumnus brother Jayson also played for the Huskies football                OFF THE FIELD: 2003: High school Male Athlete of the Year...Personal
team...Recipient of Football Scholarship.                                      favourites include the movie Scar face and he enjoys a meal of pasta and
                                                                               chicken.

                        SCOTT STEVENS #28
                        Position: RB                                                                    ERIC GRISDALE #32
                        Eligibility Year: 3                                                             Position: LB
                        Height: 5’11”                                                                   Eligibility Year: 1
                        Weight: 210                                                                     Height: 6’1”
                        Born: May 10th,1985                                                             Weight: 206
                        College: Education                                                              Born: May 1st,1987
                        Hometown: Moose Jaw SK                                                          College: Kinesiology
                        Year of Study: 4                                                                Hometown: Pike Lake SK
                                                                                                        Year of Study: 2
HUSKIES:2006: Canada West and CIS Offensive Player of the Week (for week
ending Sept 3); Selected to play in CIS East West Bowl all-star game           HIGHSCHOOL: 2-time provincial champions 9 man...3-time league champ
HIGHSCHOOL:2004: Member of Team Saskatchewan...2001-02: High                   with Delisle Rebels
School Provincial Champions                                                    HIGHSCHOOL: Personal favourites include the movie Sin City, the group
OFF THE FIELD: Brothers David and Craig played Huskie football.                Wu-Tang Clan, eating spaghetti, drinking water and his idol is John Travolta.



                        BEN COAKWELL #29
                        Position: RB                                                                    TONY MICHALCHUK #33
                        Eligibility Year: 1                                                             Position: LB
                        Height: 5’10”                                                                   Eligibility Year: 1
                        Weight: 210                                                                     Height: 6’0”
                        Born: June 25th,1987                                                            Weight: 205
                        College: Arts & Science                                                         Born: November 27th,1987
                        Hometown: Moose Jaw SK                                                          College: Kinesiology
                        Year of Study: 2                                                                Hometown: Foam Lake SK
                                                                                                        Year of Study: 2
HIGH SCHOOL: 2004: Yards per Carry Leader...Rushing Leader
OFF THE FIELD: High school honour roll for 4 years...Huskie Football           HIGH SCHOOL: Defensive MVP...Participated in Saskota Bowl 2
Foundation Scholarship recipient...Played team Sask. hockey and exhibition     OFF THE FIELD: High school honour roll student...Pugh bursary...Family
hockey with the WHL Moose Jaw Warriors...4 the Box lacrosse All-               members Rylan and Jess Michalchuk also play football...Personal favourites
Star...Provincial track sprinter competitor...Brother Thomas Coakwell plays    include the movie Old School and eating perogies.
football for Central high school and plays tier hockey...Personal favourites
include music by Nirvana and 2 Pac, movies Anchorman and Ali, eating a
meal of chicken penne Alfredo, drinking Dr. Pepper and his idols are
Muhammad Ali and Barry Sanders.                                                                         JOSH MILLER #34
                                                                                                        Position: FB
                                                                                                        Eligibility Year: 1
                                                                                                        Height: 6’0”
                                                                                                        Weight: 221
                                                                                                        Born: January 20th,1984
                                                                                                        College: Arts & Science
                                                                                                        Hometown: Regina SK
                                                                                                        Year of Study: 1

                                                                               JUNIOR: Regina Thunder Most Outstanding Back...Off-season Excellence
                                                                               award
                                                                               OFF THE FIELD: Thom Collegiate Male Athlete of the Year award...Has won
                                                                               Major and Minor award from Thom Collegiate...Family member Kris Miller
                                                                               played U of C and Regina Thunder football...Personal favourites include
                                                                               artist 2 Pac, movie The Program, eating tacos, drinking iced tea and his idol is
                                                                               Walter Payton.
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                             PETER WOLDU #35                                                                  DAVID COOKE #42
                             Position: LB                                                                     Position: DL
                             Eligibility Year: 2                                                              Eligibility Year: 3
                             Height: 5’11”                                                                    Height: 6’3”
                             Weight: 205                                                                      Weight: 240
                             Born: September 14th,1984                                                        Born: January 25th,1985
                             College: Arts & Science                                                          College: Commerce
                             Hometown: Regina SK                                                              Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                             Year of Study: 1                                                                 Year of Study: 3

     JUNIOR: 2004: PFC All-Star...Prairie Thunder MVP...Linebacker of the Year       HUSKIES: 2005: Member of Mitchell Bowl team...2004: Member of Mitchell
     OFF THE FIELD: Personal favourites include artist Marvin Gaye, movies           Bowl team
     Rush Hour 2 and Man on Fire, eating chicken and drinking orange                 HIGHSCHOOL: 2003: Member of City Championship team...2001: Member
     juice...Twin brother, Paul, also plays with the Huskies.                        of Provincial and City Championship teams
                                                                                     OFF THE FIELD:2003: Member of City Championship team in
                                                                                     Basketball...2002: Member of Provincial Baseball Championship
                                                                                     team...Suffered a concussion over the summer...Dave’s favourite band is The
                             CHAD GUIDINGER #37                                      Postal Service, favourite movie is Crash, favourite food is chicken, favourite
                             Position: LB                                            beverage is iced tea and his hero is Albert Pujols.
                             Eligibility Year: 4
                             Height: 6’0”
                             Weight: 203
                             Born: June 16th,1983                                                             GABE MACKESEY #44
                             College: Agriculture                                                             Position: LB
                             Hometown: Eatonia SK                                                             Eligibility Year: 3
                             Year of Study: 4                                                                 Height: 6’0”
                                                                                                              Weight: 210
     HUSKIES: 2005: Mitchell Bowl Champions...Vanier Cup Finalists...2002:                                    Born: August 10th,1981
     Mitchell Bowl Champions...Vanier Cup Finalists                                                           College: Commerce
     JUNIOR: 2004: BCFC All-Star...2004 MVP South Fraser Rams...CJFL                                          Hometown: Saskatoon SK
     Defensive Player of the Week                                                                             Year of Study: 3
     HIGHSCHOOL: 2001:Defensive MVP...Senior Bowl...Can Am Bowl
     Leadership Award...Member of the 1998-99 Provincial 6-man Champions             Huskies: 2006: Hardy Cup Canada West and CIS Defensive Player of the
     from Eatonia High School                                                        Week
     OFF THE FIELD: 2001Male Athlete of the Year...Honour Roll student grades        JUNIOR: 2003: Saskatoon Hilltops Outstanding Linebacker...Member of
     7-12...Sister Amy placed 14 out of 30 in mixed team Trans Rockies Mountain      CJFL Hilltop Championship Team...2002: CJFL Defensive Player of the
     Bike Race where 408 bikers were represented by 26 countries...Chad’s            Year...Member of CJFL Hilltop Championship Team...2001: Member of
     favourite band is My Chemical Romance, favourite movie is Remember The          Hilltop CJFL Hilltop Championship Team.
     Titans, favourite food is steak, favourite beverage is chocolate milk and his   OFF THE FIELD: Gabe was an Evan Hardy Honour Roll student...Had 47
     idols are his parents.                                                          goals in Junior Hockey...Loves spending time with his young rottweiler
                                                                                     Abby...Personal favourites include Rage Against The Machine, the movie
                                                                                     Stand By Me, eating steak, drinking iced tea and he sees Bruce Lee as an idol.
                             JOEL ZEMLUK #39
                             Position: LB
                             Eligibility Year: 1                                                              LYNDON BOYCHUK #45
                             Height: 6’0”                                                                     Position: LB
                             Weight: 198                                                                      Eligibility Year: 1
                             Born: February 27th,1986                                                         Height: 6’0”
                             College: Commerce                                                                Weight: 200
                             Hometown: Leslie SK                                                              Born: May 21st,1986
                             Year of Study: 3                                                                 College: Commerce
                                                                                                              Hometown: Medicine Hat AB
     OFF THE FIELD: Joel’s favourite band is RHCP, favourite movie is Old                                     Year of Study: 3
     School, favourite food is steak, and favourite beverage is iced tea
                                                                                     HIGH SCHOOL: Team MVP…Defensive MVP…Member of Team Alberta
                                                                                     2002 and 2003
                                                                                     OFF THE FIELD: 2005: Commerce Dean’s Honour Roll student…Huskie
                                                                                     Football Alumni scholarship recipient…2004: High school Wendy’s Classic
                                                                                     Achiever award…SADD president…Sister, Hope Boychuk, plays Open AA
                                                                                     ringette in Calgary and are reigning champions at the national and world
                                                                                     level…Personal favourites include the bands Slipknot, Godsmack, and
                                                                                     Metallica, famourite food is steak and perogies, and his idols are Brian
                                                                                     Urlacher and Warren Buffet.




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                        JAMIE SOMMERFELD #46                                                              VAUGHN RICE #51
                        Position: OL                                                                      Position: DE
                        Eligibility Year: 5                                                               Eligibility Year: 1
                        Height: 6’3”                                                                      Height: 6’3”
                        Weight: 300                                                                       Weight: 245
                        Born: April 13th,1979                                                             Born: January 15th,1988
                        College: Education                                                                College: Commerce
                        Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                                            Hometown: Regina SK
                        Year of Study: 6                                                                  Year of Study: 1

HUSKIES: 2004: Started football as a Defensive Lineman and was asked to fill     HIGH SCHOOL: Two time All-Star Slotback...All-Star Defensive End...3A
a starting position on the O-Line...2001:Rookie of the Year                      Provincial Championship...Defensive Player of the Year award
HIGHSCHOOL: MVP for Aden Bowman football                                         OFF THE FIELD: Honour roll student...All-Star high school basketball
OFF THE FIELD: Jamie and his wife Monique have been married for 4 years          team...Provincial track and field team with shot put and triple
and now have a 7 month old daughter Reece...Originally became interested in      jump...Favourite band is Parliament, favourite movie is Anchorman, favourite
football in high school when a friend talked him into trying out for the team,   food is cheese pump, favourite beverage is purple drink, and his hero is Bruce
while playing volleyball at the time...First season with the Huskies was 1997,   Lee.
when he played both football and men’s basketball...In high school Jamie
played basketball in the Jeux Canada Games...Jamie’s mother Leslie Gibb was
a Huskie volleyball player, father Bob Gibb was a Huskie wrestler, and sister                             TAYLOR WALLACE #54
Kelly Sommerfeld a Huskie basketball player...Jamie’s favourite artists is
                                                                                                          Position: LB
Johnny Cash, favourite movie is Boon Dock Saints, favourite meal is ribs, and
                                                                                                          Eligibility Year: 2
his favourite ‘beverage’ is Aspen.
                                                                                                          Height: 5’10”
                                                                                                          Weight: 216
                                                                                                          Born: November 12th,1985
                        CHRIS ECKERT #47                                                                  College: Agriculture
                        Position: DL                                                                      Hometown: Unity SK
                        Eligibility Year: 3                                                               Year of Study: 1
                        Height: 6’2”
                        Weight: 245                                              HUSKIES: 2005: Tackle leader vs Regina...2004: Redshirted
                        Born: June 26th,1982                                     HIGHSCHOOL: 2004: Played in the Senior Bowl...High school MVP...2003:
                        College: Commerce                                        MVP...2002: MVP
                        Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                   OFF THE FIELD: Played nine-man high school football in Unity...Was an
                        Year of Study: 1                                         honour roll student throughout high school...Hockey Provincial Champs
                                                                                 2002...Personal favourites of Taylor’s include eating steak and drinking water.
UNIVERSITY: 2006: CIS and Canada West defensive player of the week (week
ending Oct. 1)
JUNIOR: Member of the 2001, 2002, and 2003 Saskatoon Hilltops CJFL                                        HUBERT BUYDENS #55
Championship Teams...PFC All Star 2003...2000: Senior Bowl MVP...Hilltop
Rookie of the Year                                                                                        Position: OL
HIGHSCHOOL: 1997 Provincial Champions                                                                     Eligibility Year: 2
OFF THE FIELD: July 2006: Chris achieved his Master of Professional                                       Height: 6’3”
Accounting...Member of 2004-05 Huskie Athletics All Academic 2nd                                          Weight: 285
team...2004: Graduated with Great Distinction with a Bachelor of Commerce                                 Born: January 4th,1982
in Accounting..Deans Honour roll as well as 2003...Has only lost 11 football                              College: Arts & Science
games in 9 years...Is an accountant with Deloitte and Touche...2000: Vern                                 Hometown: Saskatoon SK
Dallin General Proficiency Award...Has a sister that played team Canada                                   Year of Study: 2
rugby...Personal favourites include the band Guns N Roses, movies
Terminator 2 and Judgment Day, eating sweet n sour rice and meatballs, and       HUSKIES: 2006: Canada West All-Star (Offensive Guard)
drinking grapefruit juice for a beverage.                                        JUNIOR: Helped Saskatoon Hilltops to three National Championship
                                                                                 titles...2004: Named All-Star, All-Canadian and Outstanding Graduate.
                                                                                 HIGH SCHOOL: 2004: Outstanding offensive lineman, Senior Bowl.
                                                                                 OFF THE FIELD: Plays on the Saskatchewan provincial rugby team...Spent
                        IVAN BROWN #48                                           the summer of 2003 in Port Talbot, Wales where he played for the Aberavon
                        Position: DE                                             Green Stars and Division 2 British Steel...Sister Megan is a national team
                        Eligibility Year: 2                                      wrestler and was the first female Huskie to win a CIS national championship
                        Height: 6’2”                                             gold medal...Graduated high school with a bilingual diploma (English and
                        Weight: 240                                              French).
                        Born: July 18th,1985
                        College: Arts & Science
                        Hometown: Regina SK
                        Year of Study: 1

JUNIOR: 2005: PFC All-Star Defensive End
HIGH SCHOOL: Two time two-way All-Star Center/ Defensive Line..Two
time Schwann Conference Lineman of the Year
OFF THE FIELD: Personal favourites include artist Notorious B.I.G., movie
Rush Hour 2, eating chicken feta pizza, drinking strawberry jobe, and his idol
is Reggi White.
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                              TIM WEST #58                                                                       ASPEN BEVERIDGE #61
                              Position: OL                                                                       Position: OL
                              Eligibility Year: 4                                                                Eligibility Year: 2
                              Height: 6’2”                                                                       Height: 6’1”
                              Weight: 275                                                                        Weight: 296
                              Born: June 20th,1983                                                               Born: January 14th,1986
                              College: Commerce                                                                  College: Arts & Science
                              Hometown: Regina SK                                                                Hometown: Maple Creek SK
                              Year of Study: 3                                                                   Year of Study: 3

     HUSKIES: 2005 Canada West All-Star – Center...Selected to play in 2005 East        HIGHSCHOOL: 2003: Most sportsmanlike player...2002: Most valuable
     West Bowl Game                                                                     offensive player...2001: Most sportsmanlike player...2000: Rookie of the year
     HIGHSCHOOL: played on the Sheldon team that won the provincial 4A                  OFF THE FIELD: Aspen’s favourite band is The Spill Canvas, favourite movie
     High school football championship in 2000... Selected to the RIFL all-star         is Office Space, favourite food is wings, favourite beverage is himself and his
     team... served as one of the captains for the South in the annual North-South      idol is Chuck Norris.
     Game
     OFF THE FIELD: Member of Dean’s honour list 2005-06... Member of 2004-
     05 Huskie Athletics All Academic 2nd team. Tim’s father, Dale West, played as                               SCOTT WALLIS #62
     a Defensive Back in the CFL with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the
     1970’s...his personal favourites include listening to Kevin Federline and eating                            Position: OL
     a wheel of cheese. His favourite movie is Monster Squad, favourite “beverage”                               Eligibility Year: 1
     is Aspen, and his idol is Flavor Flav.                                                                      Height: 6’3”
                                                                                                                 Weight: 305
                                                                                                                 Born: April 13th,1986
                                                                                                                 College: Arts & Science
                              MIKE LOOS #59                                                                      Hometown: D’Arcy SK
                              Position: OL                                                                       Year of Study: 3
                              Eligibility Year: 5
                              Height: 6’2”                                              HIGHSCHOOL: Rookie of the Year...Most Valuable Lineman
                              Weight: 305                                               OFF THE FIELD: Has been awarded a University Rookie Scholarship...Scott’s
                              Born: March 18th,1983                                     favourite band is System of a Down, favourite movie is Braveheart, favourite
                              College: Arts & Science                                   meal is steak and potatoes, favourite beverage is Coke and his hero is his dad.
                              Hometown: Yorkton SK
                              Year of Study: 5

     CAREER HIGHLIGHTs:2001 Lineman of the Year with Yorkton Regional                                            CHRIS SUTHERLAND #63
     High School                                                                                                 Position: OL
     OFF THE FIELD: Mike is working on an Anthropology major...Is a volunteer                                    Eligibility Year: 5
     for the Saskatoon Open Door Society...Personal favourites include the band                                  Height: 6’5”
     Rammstein, the movie Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, eating steak and                                       Weight: 310
     Aspen as a “beverage”.                                                                                      Born: July 29th,1981
                                                                                                                 College: Arts & Science
                                                                                                                 Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                                                                                                                 Year of Study: 3
                              JAY BRADSHAW #60
                              Position: DL                                              HUSKIES: 2006: Selected 28th overall in CFL draft by Hamilton
                              Eligibility Year: 3                                       Tigercats...2005: First Team Offensive All-Canadian...Canada West All-Star –
                              Height: 6’1”                                              Offensive Tackle...Selected to play in East West Bowl Game... 2004: Canada
                              Weight: 255                                               West All Star and All Canadian (Second Team) – Offensive Tackle
                              Born: July 30th,1985                                      HIGHSCHOOL: 2001:Member of CJFL National Championship Team
                              College: Engineering                                      –Saskatoon Hilltops... 2000: CJFL All Canadian; Prairie Football Conference
                              Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                    All Star
                              Year of Study: 3                                          OFF THE FIELD: Chris recently attended Tigercats training camp...His
                                                                                        favourite meal consists of Kraft Dinner, his favourite “beverage” is fellow
     HIGHSCHOOL: 2003: Lineman of the Year...Senior Bowl North MVP and D-               teammate Aspen and his idol - team fitness trainer Bart Arnold
     Line MVP
     OFF THE FIELD:2006: CanWest silver medalist in shot put...2005: Member
     of Huskies track & field CIS National Championship Team...2001,2002 and
     2003 high school gold medalist in shot put...Father Bruce Bradshaw played
     for Huskie hockey...Personal favourites of Jay include listening to any kind of
     music, the movie The Notebook, and eating a meal of filet mignon..




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                        CRAIG ALBERT #64                                                                  JAROD J. KOROLL #67
                        Position: DL                                                                      Position: OL
                        Eligibility Year: 1                                                               Eligibility Year: 1
                        Height: 6’2”                                                                      Height: 6’1”
                        Weight: 260                                                                       Weight: 275
                        Born: April 14th,1987                                                             Born: March 5th,1980
                        College: Engineering                                                              College: Kinesiology
                        Hometown: Moose Jaw SK                                                            Hometown: North Battleford SK
                        Year of Study: 1                                                                  Year of Study: 4

HIGH SCHOOL: 2006: Holy Cross Outstanding Defensive Player...City                HIGH SCHOOL: Back to back Provincial Champions - undefeated 20-0
Champions                                                                        OFF THE FIELD: Brother Jarod plays for the U of S Huskies football team
OFF THE FIELD: Received McKercher Entrance scholarship...Has won two             and Alumnist brother Jayson also played for the Huskies football
gold’s at the Canada Games as well as being a three time National medalist in    team...Personal favourites include listening to Dave Matthews Band, the
wrestling...In 2004 and 2005, played on team Sask. rugby and became the first    movie Wedding Crashers, eating steak, and ‘Aspen’ as a beverage.
multi-sport athlete from Saskatchewan at the Canada Games...Grades 9,11,
and 12 honour roll student...Has a bilingual diploma in French...Personal
favourites include the band Rage Against The Machine, the movie Snatch and
his idol is David Cooke.
                                                                                                          DARREN HINDS #68
                                                                                                          Position: OL
                                                                                                          Eligibility Year: 2
                                                                                                          Height: 6’1”
                        CHRIS MASICH #65                                                                  Weight: 312
                        Position: DT                                                                      Born: June 16th,1987
                        Eligibility Year: 1                                                               College: Arts & Science
                        Height: 6’2”                                                                      Hometown: Sherwood Park AB
                        Weight: 270                                                                       Year of Study: 2
                        Born: January 3rd,1983
                        College: Law                                             JUNIOR: 2006 and 2005:Member of Under 20 Team Canada...Team captain
                        Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                   2006...Only Prairie Player on Canadian National Football Team that won a
                        Year of Study: 3                                         second NFL Global Junior Championship...2005:Named U20 Tournament
                                                                                 all-star with Team Alberta...Member of Team Alberta
JUNIOR: Two time CJFL All-Canadian and two time PFC All-Star                     HIGHSCHOOL: 2004-03 back to back League Champions as a member of
OFF THE FIELD: Dean’s Honour’s student 2004-2006...Phillips Hagon and            the Edmonton Metro
North scholarship recipient                                                      OFF THE FIELD: Darren’s favourite band is the Dropkick Murphys, favourite
                                                                                 movie is Braveheart, favourite food is chicken, and favourite beverage is cran-
                                                                                 berry juice.
                        JORDAN REMPEL #66
                        Position: OL
                        Eligibility Year: 2                                                               SCOTT MCHENRY #70
                        Height: 6’6”                                                                      Position: SB
                        Weight: 310                                                                       Eligibility Year: 2
                        Born: April 20th,1985                                                             Height: 6’2”
                        College: Agriculture                                                              Weight: 210
                        Hometown: Caronport SK                                                            Born: May 25th,1987
                        Year of Study: 4                                                                  College: Arts & Science
                                                                                                          Hometown: Saskatoon SK
HUSKIES: 2006: Canada West All-Star (Offensive Tackle)…Canada West                                        Year of Study: 2
Outstanding Lineman and CIS John Metras nominee
HIGHSCHOOL: 2003: Caronport High School Male Athlete of the                      CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Scott was the leading Huskie receiver in the
Year...Senior Bowl Captain and Outstanding Offensive Lineman...2002: Top         Mitchell Bowl, catching five balls for 78 yards. 2005 Canada West Rookie of
90 Outstanding Offensive Lineman                                                 the Year and Peter Gorman Award Nominee...Member of the 21st Annual
OFF THE FIELD: Jordan’s favourite band is Highway Men, favourite movie is        Football Saskatchewan Ed Henick Senior Bowl
Larry the Cable Guy, favourite meal is a side of Elk and his favourite “bever-   NOTES: First started with the Huskies in Week 4 of 2005...Has been a mem-
age” is teammate Aspen                                                           ber of a Provincial Baseball, Basketball and Football team




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                              TAYLOR KRISLOCK #71                                                              NICK BALDWIN
                              Position: WR                                                                     Position: WR
                              Eligibility Year: 3                                                              Eligibility Year: 1
                              Height: 6’4”                                                                     Height: 6’1”
                              Weight: 216                                                                      Weight: 175
                              Born: April 9th,1985                                                             Born: June 20th,1988
                              College: Arts & Science                                                          College: Arts & Science
                              Hometown: Regina SK                                                              Hometown: Calgary AB
                              Year of Study: 3                                                                 Year of Study: 1

     OFF THE FIELD: Taylor was recruited by several universities to play football      HIGH SCHOOL: Calgary High School All-Star...Rams Offensive Player of the
     and basketball...Received the Football Saskatchewan scholarship as well as the    Year
     Dr. Paul Schwann Athletic Academic scholarship...Midget AAA Saskatchewan
     baseball MVP...Grandfather Turk Broda played NHL as a goalie and Uncle
     Gerry Harris played for the U of S Huskies...Personal favourites include artist                           ALEX BALOGUN
     Kenny Chesney, movie Old School, eating pizza and drinking iced tea and his
                                                                                                               Position: FB
     idol is Brad Pitt...Interesting facts about Taylor are that he models and he is
                                                                                                               Eligibility Year: 1
     French bilingual.
                                                                                                               Height: 6’1”
                                                                                                               Weight: 208
                                                                                                               Born: October 5th,1988
                              JERAD DAVIS #75                                                                  College: Arts & Science
                              Position: WR                                                                     Hometown: Edmonton AB
                              Eligibility Year: 1                                                              Year of Study: 1
                              Height: 5’11”
                              Weight: 190                                              HIGH SCHOOL: Sabre Heart award...Most Valuable Offensive Back award
                              Born: March 20th,1983                                    OFF THE FIELD: High school honour roll student...Alex’s father plays com-
                              College: Commerce                                        petitive soccer and tennis...Personal favourites include the band Sum 41,
                              Hometown: Sylvan Lake AB                                 movie Black Hawk Down, eating pizza, drinking propel and his idol is Walter
                              Year of Study: 1                                         Payton.

     JUNIOR: Three time Weekly MVP and three time Canadian Bowl Champion
     with the Saskatoon Hilltops                                                                               CHRIS BODNAR
     HIGH SCHOOL: Inspirational Player Award
                                                                                                               Position: QB/P
     OFF THE FIELD: Personal favourites include the band Sublime, movie
                                                                                                               Eligibility Year: 1
     Bloodsport, eating steak and drinking iced tea.
                                                                                                               Height: 5’11”
                                                                                                               Weight: 185
                                                                                                               Born: April 10th,1988
                              DAN HOULE #77                                                                    College: Commerce
                              Position: SB                                                                     Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                              Eligibility Year: 3                                                              Year of Study: 1
                              Height: 6’0”
                              Weight: 235                                              HIGH SCHOOL: 2006: Canada Cup MVP...2005: City Champions...High
                              Born: December 3rd,1981                                  school City MVP...Quarterback of the Year...Football Outstanding Graduate
                              College: Unclassified Studies                            award...Completion percentage record is 73% and holds the Passing
                              Hometown: Hague SK                                       Completions Single Season Record for 107.
                              Year of Study: 3                                         OFF THE FIELD: 2006: Basketball Provincial Champions...City All-Star...City
                                                                                       Champions...2005: Canada Games with basketball...basketball City All-
     CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2003: Harry Langford Leadership Award winner                   Star...basketball City Champions...2004: Basketball City Champions...Honour
     with Calgary Colts...1999: Played in Senior Bowl                                  roll student grades 9 and 12...Received scholarships from the U of S for both
     OFF THE FIELD: Brother Garrett plays at defensive tackle for the Alberta          basketball and football...Mother Shelley Bodnar played Huskie basketball and
     Golden Bears...Played six-man football for the Hague Panthers in High             father Don Bodnar played Huskie football...Personal favourites include the
                                                                                       movie Glory Road, eating tacos with lime gatorade and his idol is Steve Nash.


                              TAYLOR ALTILIO
                              Position: SB
                              Eligibility Year: 2
                              Height: 6’0”
                              Weight: 196
                              Born: January 19th,1985
                              College: Kinesiology
                              Hometown: Calgary AB
                              Year of Study: 1

     CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2003 Member of Team Alberta.. 2000-03 high
     school football MVP


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                        ROBBI BUCKLE                                                                    MATT HETHERINGTON
                        Position: DL                                                                    Position: WR
                        Eligibility Year: 2                                                             Eligibility Year: 1
                        Height: 5’9”                                                                    Height: 6’1”
                        Weight: 230                                                                     Weight: 178
                        Born: August 9th,1986                                                           Born: October 9th,1985
                        College: Unclassified Studies                                                   College: Commerce
                        Hometown: Regina SK                                                             Hometown: Moose Jaw SK
                        Year of Study: 3                                                                Year of Study: 4

OFF THE FIELD: Personal favourites include eating ice cream, listening to      HIGH SCHOOL: 2002-2003: Team MVP
Three Days Grace, and drinking beer. Robbi’s favourite movie is the 13th       OFF THE FIELD: Five time basketball Provincial Champion...Brother, Jason,
Warrior and he lists his idol as his father.                                   plays for the Saskatoon Hilltops...Personal favourites include the band Ace of
                                                                               Base and his idol is Ken Griffey Jr.

                        ANDREW COFFIN
                        Position: LB                                                                    TRAVIS HOFFART #78
                        Eligibility Year: 3                                                             Position: SB
                        Height: 6’0”                                                                    Eligibility Year: 1
                        Weight: 209                                                                     Height: 6’0”
                        Born: April 15th,1986                                                           Weight: 188
                        College: Arts & Science                                                         Born: May 28th,1987
                        Hometown: Saskatoon SK                                                          College: Commerce
                        Year of Study: 3                                                                Hometown: Regina SK
                                                                                                        Year of Study: 2
HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to play for the North Team in the Senior
Bowl...Member of Team Saskatchewan...City and Provincial Champions with        CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Played High School football with the Miller
the St. Joseph Guardians                                                       Marauders...Named Stewart Conference Offensive Player of the year.
OFF THE FIELD: Member of 2004-05 Huskie Athletics All Academic 2nd             Started in 21st Annual Football Saskatchewan Ed Henick Senior Bowl
team...Was a member of the first team to represent Saskatchewan at the         NOTES: Brother Nathan used to wear #3 for the Huskies and is now with the
Canada Cup...Personal favourites include the band Green Day, the movie         CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Fight Club, the restaurant Hy’s Porterhouse and his hero is his father.

                                                                                                        TYLER HOGAN
                        DEREK DOBKO                                                                     Position: LB
                        Position: LB                                                                    Eligibility Year: 1
                        Eligibility Year: 1                                                             Height: 5’6”
                        Height: 5’11”                                                                   Weight: 190
                        Weight: 205                                                                     Born: July 4th,1988
                        Born: February 26th,1987                                                        College: Arts & Science
                        College: Engineering                                                            Hometown: Regina SK
                        Hometown: Yorkton SK                                                            Year of Study: 1
                        Year of Study: 2
                                                                               HIGHSCHOOL: Senior Bowl Member...Team Captain for Canada
HIGH SCHOOL: Defensive MVP                                                     Cup...2005: Schwaan Conference Defensive Player of the Year...Member of
OFF THE FIELD: Derek was a high school honour roll student...Personal          Michael A. Riffel Provincial Championship Team...2004:Member of Michael
favourites of his include artist Toby Keith, movie The Good, The Bad and The   A. Riffel Provincial Championship Team
Ugly, eating steak, a juice box beverage and his hero is Jim Carey.            OFF THE FIELD: Tyler has also been on city championship teams for
                                                                               lacrosse, baseball and hockey...Has attended Regina Rams football camp for
                                                                               the past two years...Personal favourites include the band Rascal Flatts, the
                                                                               movie Talladega Nights, eating ribs, drinking chocolate milkshakes, and he
                        ROBERT EVANS                                           lists his idol as Ray Lewis.
                        Position: OL
                        Eligibility Year: 1
                        Height: 6’1”
                        Weight: 272
                        Born: September 26th,1988
                        College: Agriculture
                        Hometown: Nipawin SK
                        Year of Study: 1

HIGH SCHOOL: 2005: Member of Team Alberta...Alberta High School
Senior Bowl
OFF THE FIELD: Personal favourites include bands Thursday and Thrice,
movie Super Troopers, eating lasagna and his idol is uncle Morlan.



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                              DREW HUNTER                                                                      GARRETT MACNAULL
                              Position: SB                                                                     Position: DE
                              Eligibility Year: 1                                                              Eligibility Year: 1
                              Height: 6’3”                                                                     Height: 6’3”
                              Weight: 185                                                                      Weight: 215
                              Born: May 19th,1988                                                              Born: January 6th,1983
                              College: Commerce                                                                College: Arts & Science
                              Hometown: Regina SK                                                              Hometown: Saskatoon SK
                              Year of Study: 1                                                                 Year of Study: 1

     HIGH SCHOOL: Provincial and City Champions                                       HIGH SCHOOL: Six time Defensive Player of the Week
     OFF THE FIELD: Jamie Duggleby Entrepreneurship scholarship...High                OFF THE FIELD: Provincial record holder for heptathlon, former provincial
     school honour roll student for 4 years...Personal favourites include the band    record holder in hurdles...Indoor Penthalon Provincial Champion and out-
     Red Hot Chili Peppers, movie Remember The Titans, eating pasta, drinking         door heptathlon Provincial Champion...2002 track and field juvenile
     gatorade and his idol is Jerry Rice.                                             MVP...4th place finish in track Legion Nationals...Personal favourites include
                                                                                      the group Wu Tang Clan, watching any movie with Denzel Washington,
                                                                                      favourite food is fried chicken, watermelon and cornbread, favourite bever-
                                                                                      ages are orange and grape juice, and his heroes are the Black Panthers.
                              RYAN KEMP
                              Position: OL
                              Eligibility Year: 1
                              Height: 6’2”                                                                     PATRICK NEUFELD
                              Weight: 218                                                                      Position: DT
                              Born: June 9th,1988                                                              Eligibility Year: 1
                              College: Arts & Science                                                          Height: 6’4”
                              Hometown: Calgary AB                                                             Weight: 290
                              Year of Study: 1                                                                 Born: December 26th,1988
                                                                                                               College: Arts & Science
     HIGH SCHOOL: 2006: Member of Team Alberta...2005: Central Memorial                                        Hometown: Regina SK
     Best Lineman                                                                                              Year of Study: 1
     OFF THE FIELD: Father, Jim Kemp, played for the U of S Huskies football
     team from 1974 to 1977 when he was drafted into the CFL by Edmonton; he          HIGH SCHOOL: Regina football 3A Provincial champions...Lineman of the
     later played for the Canadian rugby team in 1983...Personal favourites include   Year for 3A football...All-Star Defensive Tackle...All-Star Offensive Tackle
     band The Doors, movie Top Gun and his hero is Pierre Elliot Trudeau.             OFF THE FIELD: 2004: Played provincial basketball for Team Sask...Father
                                                                                      played 1 year of football for the Huskies as well as being a provincial rugby
                                                                                      player...Personal favourites include the bands Red Hot Chili Peppers and
                                                                                      Dropkick Murphys, the movie Gladiator, eating fried chicken and drinking
                              BRADEN KOLYBABA                                         purple drink.
                              Position: OL
                              Eligibility Year: 2
                              Height: 6’0”
                              Weight: 263
                                                                                                               EGIROH OMENE
                              Born: September 3rd,1986                                                         Position: WR
                              College: Agriculture                                                             Eligibility Year: 1
                              Hometown: Foam Lake SK                                                           Height: 6’1”
                              Year of Study: 1                                                                 Weight: 183
                                                                                                               Born: April 3rd,1988
     HIGHSCHOOL: 2003: Lineman of the year                                                                     College: Arts & Science
     OFF THE FIELD: Braden was awarded the Foam Lake Credit Union Pugh                                         Hometown: White City SK
     bursary...in high school academically achieved the honour roll every                                      Year of Study: 1
     year...favourite artist is Garth Brooks, favourite movie is Teenage Mutant
     Ninja Turtles, favourite meal is sausage and perogies with an iced tea and his   HIGH SCHOOL: 2006: Moose Jaw League MVP...Interception Leader
     hero is Pee Wee Herman.                                                          OFF THE FIELD: Achieved the $1000 Entrance Average grant with a 91%
                                                                                      average...Greenall High School valedictorian...Two time Regina 4A basketball
                                                                                      All-Star...Sister, Ese Omene, is a sprinter for the Regina Cougars track team.
                              JAREME KOSKA
                              Position: OL
                              Eligibility Year: 1
                              Height: 6’1”
                              Weight: 233
                              Born: May 14th,1988
                              College: Arts & Science
                              Hometown: Redcliff AB
                              Year of Study: 1

     HIGH SCHOOL: 2005: Member of Team Southern Alberta...RFC
     Outstanding Lineman of the Year...High school team Lineman of the Year
     OFF THE FIELD: Personal favourites include the band Iron Maiden, movie
     Billy Madison, eating pizza, and Pilsner for a beverage.
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                        LANDON PERRA                                                                   CALEB SHOCKEY
                        Position: LB                                                                   Position: SB
                        Eligibility Year: 1                                                            Eligibility Year: 1
                        Height: 5’11”                                                                  Height: 6’2”
                        Weight: 200                                                                    Weight: 203
                        Born: March 31st,1987                                                          Born: May 9th,1987
                        College: Arts & Science                                                        College: Arts & Science
                        Hometown: Regina SK                                                            Hometown: Vanscoy SK
                        Year of Study: 5                                                               Year of Study: 2

 HIGH SCHOOL: 2005: South Senior Bowl MVP...Defensive Player of the Year      HUSKIES: 2005:Member of Team Saskatchewan Football program... member
 MVP...2004: Defensive Player of the Year MVP                                 of North Team for Senior Bowl.
 OFF THE FIELD: High school honour roll student...Personal favourites         HIGHSCHOOL: Member of 2002 and 2003 High School Provincial
 include band The Warriors, movie Aqua Teen Hunger Force, eating wings,       Championship teams.
 and his idol is Carl Schubach.                                               OFF THE FIELD: Caleb’s favourite band is Brooks and Dunn, favourite
                                                                              movie is Fight Club, favourite food is steak, favourite beverage is beer and his
                                                                              idol is Jeff Schieman.
                        MARK ROESLER
                        Position: DL
                        Eligibility Year: 1                                                            RUSSELL WEBB
                        Height: 6’1”                                                                   Position: OL
                        Weight: 300                                                                    Eligibility Year: 2
                        Born: December 9th,1987                                                        Height: 5’11”
                        College: Arts & Science                                                        Weight: 235
                        Hometown: Cleveland Ohio                                                       Born: January 25th,1985
                        Year of Study: 1                                                               College: Engineering
                                                                                                       Hometown: Regina SK
HIGH SCHOOL: 2006: Played for Team Sask. at Canada Cup...2005: St.                                     Year of Study: 5
Joseph Defensive MVP...Senior Bowl Defensive Lineman MVP...2003:
Provincial Champions
OFF THE FIELD: Coke Entrance scholarship recipient...Honour roll student
grades 9-12...2006: City Champions in Rugby...2005: City Champion in
                                                                                                       GARRY WILSON
wrestling...Provincial Champion in wrestling...2004: City Champion in                                  Position: DB
wrestling...2003: City Champion in wrestling...Provincial Champion in                                  Eligibility Year: 1
wrestling...Mark enjoys hunting and fishing and personal favourites include                            Height: 5’9”
hip hop and country music, the movie Old School, drinking water, and his                               Weight: 160
idol is Brian Guebert.                                                                                 Born: January 12th,1988
                                                                                                       College: Arts & Science
                                                                                                       Hometown: Edmonton AB
                                                                                                       Year of Study: 1
                       TYSON SCHROEDER
                       Position: CB                                           HIGH SCHOOL: 2006: Starting safety for Team Alberta...2005: Calgary High
                       Eligibility Year: 2                                    School All-Star Safety...Western Canada High School Defensive MVP
                       Height: 5’11”
                       Weight: 312
                       Born: June 13th,1983
                       College: Unclassified Studies
                       Hometown: Lumsden, SK
                       Year of Study: 1

JUNIOR: 2005: Regina Thunder Lineman of the Year
HIGH SCHOOL: Lumsden High School Lineman of the Year
OFF THE FIELD: Tyson’s younger sister plays hockey for Wayne State
University.




                          Player profiles by: Rhawney Zubko,
       University of Saskatchewan Huskies practicum student




                                                                                            2005 Canada West rookie of the year
                                                                                                     Scott McHenry

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                                          Football Staff
                                                                    BRIAN TOWRISS
                                                                    Head Coach




                           ED CARLETON                                MIKE                                    BART ARNOLD
                           Defensive                                  HARRINGTON                              Offensive
                           Coordinator                                Offensive                               Assistant Coach
                                                                      Assistant Coach




     DARREL BURKO                              WADE DUPONT                                JEFF BALZER                                 BRENT
     Defensive                                 Defensive                                  Offensive                                   SCHNEIDER
     Assistant Coach                           Assistant Coach                            Assistant Coach                             Offensive
                                                                                                                                      Assistant Coach




                           TRAVIS SERKE                               JASON SULZ                              CAL HOBBS
                           Offensive                                  Offensive                               Defensive
                           Assistant Coach                            Assistant Coach                         Assistant Coach




           GARY LARNER                                  ANDREA                                    DAVID ORR                       MONTY
           Equipment                                    ECCLESTON                                 Student                         KLASSEN
           Manager                                      Equipment                                 Assistant                       Hydrologist
                                                        Manager




               STEPHANIE                              LACEY                             ALANNA                              KERRY
               HOGAN                                  NAIRN                             VANKOMMER                           ZACHAR
               Student                                Student                           Student                             Student
               Trainer                                Trainer                           Trainer                             Trainer




                                     DR. BILL HAVER                  DR. MARK ERNST
                                     Team Physician                  Team Orthopedic Surgeon

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              2006 Huskies Individual Statistics - Regular Season
RUSHING           GP    Att   Gain   Loss   Net    Avg     TD     Long   Avg/G         KICK RETURNS       No.   Yds    Avg    TD   Long
Scott Stevens     8     142   872    17     855    6.0     8      44     106.9         Tyler O'Gorman     10    197    19.7   0    25
Tyler O'Gorman    7     95    725    19     706    7.4     6      69     100.9         Luke Derkson       4     78     19.5   0    25
Bret Thompson     8     41    319    1      318    7.8     1      26     39.8          Ben Coakwell       4     62     15.5   0    22
Luke Derkson      4     17    260    3      257    15.1    1      95     64.2          Paul Woldu         3     69     23.0   0    26
Leighton Heron    8     3     71     0      71     23.7    0      38     8.9           J.G. Koroll        2     5      2.5    0    4
Braden Suchan     8     2     21     0      21     10.5    0      11     2.6           Dan Houle          1     -1     -1.0   0    0
Karl Phillips     8     2     18     0      18     9.0     0      15     2.2           Scott McHenry      1     2      2.0    0    2
Travis Gorski     6     1     0      1      -1     -1.0    0      0      -0.2          Eric Grisdale      1     1      1.0    0    1
TEAM              6     1     0      20     -20    -20.0   0      0      -3.3          Total..........    26    413    15.9   0    26
Total..........   8     304   2286   61     2225   7.3     16     95     278.1         Opponents......    38    685    18.0   0    40
Opponents......   8     217   1236   98     1138   5.2     5      66     142.2
                                                                                                                |------ PATs ------|
PASSING           G     Effic    Att-Cmp-Int       Pct     Yds    TD     Lng   Avg/G   SCORING            TD     FGs Kick Rush Rcv         Pass   DXP   Saf    Points
Bret Thompson     8     141.11   186-100-10        53.8    1583   15     77    197.9   Braden Suchan      0     10-15 34-34 0-0 0          0-0    0     0      70
Ryan Kroeker      4     171.05   16-8-0            50.0    152    2      45    38.0    Scott Stevens      9     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      54
Braden Suchan     8     83.60    2-1-0             50.0    8      0      8     1.0     Tyler O'Gorman     7     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      42
TEAM              6     0.00     0-0-0             0.0     -33    0      0     -5.5    Scott McHenry      4     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      24
Total..........   8     141.54   204-109-10        53.4    1710   17     77    213.8   Dan Houle          4     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      24
Opponents......   8     124.16   264-145-6         54.9    1926   10     72    240.8   Karl Phillips      3     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      18
                                                                                       Mike Wasylyniuk    2     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      12
RECEIVING         G     No.   Yds    Avg    TD     Long Avg/G                          Leighton Heron     2     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      12
Leighton Heron    8     25    404    16.2   2      42 50.5                             TEAM               0     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     4      8
Scott McHenry     8     20    433    21.6   4      77 54.1                             Bret Thompson      1     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      6
Karl Phillips     8     18    302    16.8   3      70 37.8                             Luke Derkson       1     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      6
Dan Houle         7     16    144    9.0    4      24 20.6                             Chris Eckert       1     0-0 0-0 0-0 0              0-0    0     0      6
Scott Stevens     8     8     83     10.4   1      20 10.4                             Total..........    34    10-15 34-34 0-0 0          0-0    0     4      282
Mike Wasylyniuk   4     6     70     11.7   2      18 17.5                             Opponents......    17    8-15 15-16 0-0 0           0-1    0     1      148
Cory Jones        3     5     152    30.4   0      63 50.7
Travis Gorski     6     3     34     11.3   0      29 5.7                              TOTAL OFFENSE      G     Plays Rush Pass    Total   Avg/G
J.G. Koroll       4     3     25     8.3    0      12 6.2                              Bret Thompson      8     227 318 1583       1901    237.6
Tyler O'Gorman    7     2     37     18.5   1      21 5.3                              Scott Stevens      8     142 855 0          855     106.9
Jerad Davis       4     1     45     45.0   0      45 11.2                             Tyler O'Gorman     7     95 706 0           706     100.9
R.Vandenameele    7     1     8      8.0    0      8    1.1                            Luke Derkson       4     17 257 0           257     64.2
Taylor Krislock   1     1     6      6.0    0      6    6.0                            Ryan Kroeker       4     16 0       152     152     38.0
Total..........   8     109   1743   16.0   17     77 217.9                            Leighton Heron     8     3     71 0         71      8.9
Opponents......   8     145   1957   13.5   10     72 244.6                            Braden Suchan      8     4     21 8         29      3.6
                                                                                       Karl Phillips      8     2     18 0         18      2.2
PUNT RETURNS      No.   Yds   Avg    TD     Long                                       Travis Gorski      6     1     -1 0         -1      -0.2
Paul Woldu        35    329   9.4    0      59                                         TEAM               6     1     -20 -33      -53     -8.8
Travis Gorski     18    147   8.2    0      48                                         Total..........    8     508 2225 1710      3935    491.9
R.Vandenameele    4     1     0.2    0      2                                          Opponents......    8     481 1138 1926      3064    383.0
Jordan Wevers     3     4     1.3    0      11
Leighton Heron    2     25    12.5   0      20                                         FIELD GOALS       FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg                   Blk
Oliver Burns      1     10    10.0   0      0                                          Braden Suchan     10-15   66.7 0-0  6-8 3-6 1-1 0-0         44                   0
Total..........   63    516   8.2    0      59
Opponents......   54    362   6.7    1      36                                         PUNTING            No.   Yds    Avg    Long TB      FC     I20   Blkd
                                                                                       Braden Suchan      58    2271   39.2   87 2         0      20    1
INTERCEPTIONS     No.   Yds   Avg    TD     Long                                       TEAM               1     0      0.0    0    0       0      0     0
Jordy Burrows     2     11    5.5    0      10                                         Total..........    59    2271   38.5   87 2         0      20    1
Tyler Baier       1     31    31.0   0      31                                         Opponents......    71    2505   35.3   60 2         0      11    1
Dylan Barker      1     0     0.0    0      0
Paul Woldu        1     0     0.0    0      0                                          KICKOFFS           No.   Yds    Avg    TB   OB      Retn Net YdLn
Tyler Dueck       1     0     0.0    0      0                                          Braden Suchan      40    2138   53.5   2    0
Total..........   6     42    7.0    0      31                                         Total..........    40    2138   53.5   2    0       755 34.6 30
Opponents......   10    122   12.2   0      37                                         Opponents......    27    1421   52.6   1    0       448 36.0 28

FUMBLE RETURNS    No.   Yds   Avg    TD     Long
Chris Eckert      1     37    37.0   1      37
Total..........   1     37    37.0   1      37
Opponents......   1     21    21.0   1      21
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       2006 Huskies Individual Statistics - Regular Season Continued
     ALL PURPOSE       G      Rush Rec   PR    KOR     IR     Tot    Avg/G                             Jerad Davis           4     0      45     0     0     0     45     11.2
     Tyler O'Gorman    7      706 37     0     197     0      940    134.3                             Tyler Baier           6     0      0      0     0     31    31     5.2
     Scott Stevens     8      855 83     0     0       0      938    117.2                             J.G. Koroll           4     0      25     0     5     0     30     7.5
     Leighton Heron    8      71 404     25    0       0      500    62.5                              Braden Suchan         8     21     0      0     0     0     21     2.6
     Scott McHenry     8      0    433   0     2       0      435    54.4                              Jordy Burrows         8     0      0      0     0     11    11     1.4
     Paul Woldu        8      0    0     329   69      0      398    49.8                              Oliver Burns          5     0      0      10    0     0     10     2.0
     Luke Derkson      4      257 0      0     78      0      335    83.8                              R.Vandenameele        7     0      8      1     0     0     9      1.3
     Karl Phillips     8      18 302     0     0       0      320    40.0                              Taylor Krislock       1     0      6      0     0     0     6      6.0
     Bret Thompson     8      318 0      0     0       0      318    39.8                              Jordan Wevers         1     0      0      4     0     0     4      4.0
     Travis Gorski     6      -1 34      147   0       0      180    30.0                              Eric Grisdale         5     0      0      0     1     0     1      0.2
     Cory Jones        3      0    152   0     0       0      152    50.7                              TEAM                  6     -20    0      0     0     0     -20    -3.3
     Dan Houle         7      0    144   0     -1      0      143    20.4                              Total..........       8     2225   1743   516   413   42    4939   617.4
     Mike Wasylyniuk   4      0    70    0     0       0      70     17.5                              Opponents......       8     1138   1957   362   685   122   4264   533.0
     Ben Coakwell      3      0    0     0     62      0      62     20.7


     OVERALL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                     |----------------Tackles----------------|   |-Sacks-|   |---------Pass Def--------|   |-Fumbles-|      Blkd
          DEFENSIVE LEADERS   GP     Solo Ast             Total TFL/Yds          No-Yards    Int-Yds BrUp QBH              Rcv-Yds FF       Kick       Saf
     20   Dylan Barker        8      47         .         47         1.0-7       1-7         1-0        4        .         .       1        .          .
     44   Gabe Mackesey       8      38         .         38         3.0-12      2-9         .          2        .         .       .        .          .
     19   R.Vandenameele      7      31         .         31         .           .           .          6        .         1-0     2        1          .
     54   Taylor Wallace      7      29         .         29         3.0-13      1-9         .          1        .         .       .        .          .
     14   Brian Guebert       8      27         .         27         9.0-62      8-61        .          .        .         .       1        .          .
     37   Chad Guidinger      8      22         .         22         1.0-3       .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     12   Sean Sexsmith       5      22         .         22         .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     60   Jay Bradshaw        7      21         .         21         4.0-20      2-14        .          .        .         1-0     .        .          .
     22   Tyler Dueck         6      19         .         19         1.0-3       .           1-0        1        .         .       .        .          .
     3    Jordy Burrows       8      19         .         19         .           .           2-11       6        .         3-0     .        .          .
     47   Chris Eckert        8      18         .         18         4.0-21      4-21        .          1        .         1-37    1        .          .
     48   Ivan Brown          7      17         .         17         3.0-7       1-3         .          1        .         .       .        .          .
     10   Matt Yausie         3      13         1         14         .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     45   Lyndon Boychuk      7      13         .         13         1.0-4       .           .          1        .         1-0     .        .          .
     26   Tyler Baier         6      13         .         13         .           .           1-31       2        .         .       .        .          .
     4    Oliver Burns        5      10         .         10         3.0-17      2-14        .          .        .         1-0     1        1          .
     21   Paul Woldu          8      9          .         9          .           .           1-0        4        .         .       .        .          .
     1    Lucas McEachern     4      8          .         8          1.0-11      1-11        .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     27   J.G. Koroll         4      8          .         8          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     70   Scott McHenry       8      7          .         7          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     65   Chris Masich        3      7          .         7          .           .           .          .        .         1-0     .        .          .
     56   David Cooke         4      7          .         7          3.0-11      2-10        .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     23   Jared Nordick       3      6          .         6          1.0-6       1-6         .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     32   Eric Grisdale       5      5          .         5          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     39   Joel Zemluk         4      4          .         4          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     75   Jerad Davis         4      3          .         3          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     64   Craig Albert        3      3          .         3          .           .           .          1        .         .       .        .          .
     6    Braden Suchan       8      3          .         3          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     9    Leighton Heron      8      2          .         2          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     59   Mike Loos           2      2          .         2          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     TM   TEAM                6      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         1-0     .        .          4
     17   Cory Jones          3      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     35   Peter Woldu         1      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     18   Travis Gorski       6      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     29   Ben Coakwell        3      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     30   Luke Derkson        4      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     77   Dan Houle           7      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     24   Mike Wasylyniuk     4      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       1        .          .
     28   Scott Stevens       8      1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .        .          .
     51   Vaughn Rice         1      .          .         .          .           .           .          1        .         .       .        .          .
     7    Tyler O'Gorman      7      .          .         .          .           .           .          .        .         1-0     .        .          .
          Total..........     8      442        1         443        38-197      25-165      6-42       31       .         11-37 7          2          4
          Opponents......     8      -          -         -          -           12-61       10-122 24           .         11-21 9          1          1
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                 2006 Huskie                                                    2006 Huskie
                Regular Season                                                    Playoff
                Team Statistics                                                Team Statistics
TEAM STATISTICS            SASK          OPP                         FIRST DOWNS                  55         72
SCORING                     282          148                          Rushing                     37         30
 Points Per Game            35.2         18.5                         Passing                     18         39
FIRST DOWNS                 210          169                          Penalty                      0          3
 Rushing                    119           62                         RUSHING YARDAGE             808        334
 Passing                     74           88                          Yards gained rushing       822        368
 Penalty                     17           19                          Yards lost rushing          14         34
RUSHING YARDAGE            2225         1138                          Rushing Attempts           120         90
 Yards gained rushing      2286         1236                          Average Per Rush           6.7        3.7
 Yards lost rushing          61           98                          Average Per Game          269.3      111.3
 Rushing Attempts           304          217                          TDs Rushing                 10          3
 Average Per Rush            7.3          5.2                        PASSING YARDAGE             451        903
 Average Per Game          278.1        142.2                         Att-Comp-Int             41-27-3   109-69-4
 TDs Rushing                 16            5                          Average Per Pass           11.0       8.3
PASSING YARDAGE            1710         1926                          Average Per Catch          16.7       13.1
 Att-Comp-Int           204-109-10   264-145-6                        Average Per Game          150.3      301.0
 Average Per Pass            8.4          7.3                         TDs Passing                  1          3
 Average Per Catch          15.7         13.3                        TOTAL OFFENSE              1259       1237
 Average Per Game          213.8        240.8                         Total Plays                170        209
 TDs Passing                 17           10                          Average Per Play           7.4        5.9
TOTAL OFFENSE              3935         3064                          Average Per Game          419.7      412.3
 Total Plays                520          506                         KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS      8-175     15-235
 Average Per Play            7.6          6.1                        PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS     18-132     18-112
 Average Per Game          491.9        383.0                        INT RETURNS: #-YARDS       4-131      3-69
KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS     26-413       38-685                        FUMBLES-LOST                3-3        7-6
PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS     63-516       54-362                        PENALTIES-YARDS           11-117     19-190
INT RETURNS: #-YARDS       6-42        10-122                        PUNTS-AVG                 22-38.5   22-36.1
KICK RETURN AVERAGE         15.9         18.0                        TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME    31:23      28:05
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE          8.2          6.7                        3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS        2/3       8/14
INT RETURN AVERAGE           7.0         12.2                        4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS        0/0         0/0
FUMBLES-LOST               16-11        14-11
PENALTIES-YARDS           73-723       84-678
 Average Per Game           90.4         84.8
PUNTS-YARDS              59-2271      71-2505
 Average Per Punt           38.5         35.3
 Net punt average           32.4         28.0
TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME    31:02        28:02
3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS       8/12        18/30
 3rd-Down Pct               67%          60%
4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS        0/0          0/0
 4th-Down Pct                0%           0%
SACKS BY-YARDS            25-165       12-61
MISC YARDS                   37           21
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED            34           17
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS       10-15         8-15
PAT-ATTEMPTS               34-34        15-16
ATTENDANCE                 9940         7251
 Games/Avg Per Game       4/2485       4/1813
 Neutral Site Games                       0/0
SCORE BY QUARTERS            1st         2nd     3rd   4th   Total
Saskatchewan                 80           78     35    89     282
Opponents                    15           51     32    50     148          Jamie Sommerfeld is one of three
                                                                         fifth-years on the 2006 Huskie team
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                               2006 Huskies Individual Statistics - Playoffs
     RUSHING             GP     Att     Gain     Loss      Net      Avg     TD      Long       Avg/G    PUNTING          No.    Yds    Avg    Long   TB      FC      I20    Blkd
     Tyler O'Gorman      3      52      446      5         441      8.5     7       71         147.0    Braden Suchan    22     846    38.5   51     1       0       8      0
     Bret Thompson       3      23      178      0         178      7.7     0       23         59.3     Total.           22     846    38.5   51     1       0       8      0
     Scott Stevens       2      29      131      3         128      4.4     3       18         64.0     Opponents..      22     794    36.1   48     1       0       2      0
     J.G. Koroll         3      9       53       2         51       5.7     0       14         17.0
     Karl Phillips       3      2       11       1         10       5.0     0       11         3.3      PUNT RETURNS     No.    Yds    Avg    TD     Long
     Leighton Heron      3      1       3        0         3        3.0     0       3          1.0      Leighton Heron   17     123    7.2    0      29
     Dan Houle           2      1       0        0         0        0.0     0       0          0.0      Travis Gorski    1      9      9.0    0      9
     TEAM                3      3       0        3         -3       -1.0    0       0          -1.0     Total            18     132    7.3    0      29
     Total               3      120     822      14         808     6.7     10      71          269.3   Opponents        18     112    6.2    0      33
     Opponents.          3      90      368      34        334      3.7     3       14         111.3
                                                                                                        KICK RETURNS     No.    Yds    Avg    TD     Long
     PASSING             G     Effic     Att-Cmp-Int         Pct     Yds    TD      Lng        Avg/G    J.G. Koroll      3      75     25.0   0      30
     Bret Thompson       3     154.13    41-27-3             65.9    463    1       72         154.3    Travis Gorski    3      62     20.7   0      24
     TEAM                3     0.00      0-0-0               0.0     -12    0       0          -4.0     Tyler O'Gorman   2      38     19.0   0      25
     Total               3     151.67    41-27-3             65.9    451    1       72         150.3    Total            8      175    21.9   0      30
     Opponents           3     134.63    109-69-4            63.3    903    3       74         301.0    Opponents        15     235    15.7   0      37

     RECEIVING           G      No.     Yds      Avg       TD       Long    Avg/G                       ALL PURPOSE      G Rush Rec           PR     KOR     IR      Tot    Avg/G
     Scott McHenry       2      8       119      14.9      0        34      59.5                        Tyler O'Gorman   3 441 45             0      38      0       524    174.7
     Leighton Heron      3      7       76       10.9      0        19      25.3                        Leighton Heron   3 3    76            123    0       0       202    67.3
     Cory Jones          2      3       147      49.0      1        72      73.5                        Bret Thompson    3 178 0              0      0       0       178    59.3
     Tyler O'Gorman      3      3       45       15.0      0        27      15.0                        Scott Stevens    2 128 24             0      0       0       152    76.0
     Karl Phillips       3      2       43       21.5      0        25      14.3                        Cory Jones       2 0    147           0      0       0       147    73.5
     Scott Stevens       2      2       24       12.0      0        29      12.0                        Total            3 808 463            132    175     131     1709   569.7
     Dan Houle           2      1       5        5.0       0        0       2.5                         Opponents        3 334 926            112    235     69      1676   558.7
     Mike Wasylyniuk     2      1       4        4.0       0        4       2.0
     Total               3      27      463      17.1      1        72      154.3                       TOTAL OFFENSE    G     Plays   Rush   Pass   Total   Avg/G
     Opponents           3      69      926      13.4      3        74      308.7                       Bret Thompson    3     64      178    463    641     213.7
                                                                                                        Tyler O'Gorman   3     52      441    0      441     147.0
     FIELD GOALS       FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99                          Lg     Blk    Scott Stevens    2     29      128    0      128     64.0
     Braden Suchan     5-7     71.4 3-3 1-1    1-3 0-0 0-0                                32     0      J.G. Koroll      3     9       51     0      51      17.0
                                                                                                        Karl Phillips    3     2       10     0      10      3.3
                         |------------ PATs -----------|                                                Total            3     161     808    451    1259    419.7
     SCORING             TD FGs Kick Rush                  Rcv      Pass    DXP     Saf        Points   Opponents        3     199     334    903    1237    412.3
     Tyler O'Gorman      7       0-0 0-0 0-0               0        0-0     0       0          42
     Braden Suchan       0       5-7 10-11 0-0             0        0-0     0       0          26
     Scott Stevens       3       0-0 0-0 0-0               0        0-0     0       0          18
     Cory Jones          1       0-0 0-0 0-0               0        0-0     0       0          6
     Paul Woldu          1       0-0 0-0 0-0               0        0-0     0       0          6
     Dan Houle           0       0-0 0-0 0-0               1        0-0     0       0          2
     TEAM                0       0-0 0-0 0-0               0        0-0     0       0          1
     Chris Eckert        0       0-0 0-0 0-0               0        0-0     0       0          1
     Bret Thompson       0       0-0 0-0 0-0               0        1-1     0       0          0
     Total               12 5-7 10-11 0-0                  1        1-1     0       0          102
     Opponents           6       5-6 6-6 0-0               0        0-0     0       0          59

     SCORE BY QUARTERS          1st 2nd          3rd       4th      Total
     Saskatchewan               23 37            11        31       102
     Opponents                  25 14            13        7        59

     INTERCEPTIONS       No.    Yds     Avg      TD        Long
     Chad Guidinger      1      15      15.0     0         15
     Dylan Barker        1      0       0.0      0         0
     Paul Woldu          1      78      78.0     1         78
     Brian Guebert       1      38      38.0     0         38
     Total               4      131     32.8     1         78
                                                                                                                               Post Hardy Cup final
     Opponents           3      69      23.0     0         68

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                     2006 Huskies Individual Statistics - Playoffs
OVERALL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                               |----------------Tackles----------------|   |-Sacks-|   |---------Pass Def--------|   |-Fumbles-|   Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS      GP      Solo Ast             Total TFL/Yds          No-Yards    Int-Yds BrUp QBH              Rcv-Yds FF    Kick   Saf
44 Gabe Mackesey       3       26         2         28         1.0-1       1-3         .          .        .         .       .     .      .
12 Sean Sexsmith       3       18         5          23        .           .           .          1        .          .      1      .     .
20 Dylan Barker        3       21         2         23         .           .           1-0        1        .         .       .     .      .
54 Taylor Wallace      3       17         2         19         2.0-6       .           .          .        .         2-0     .     .      .
14 Brian Guebert       3        11        2         13         5.0-20      4-23        1-38       .        . 2-0     .       .     .
3 Jordy Burrows        2       7          .         7          1.0-3       1-3         .          2        .         .       .     .      .
22 Tyler Dueck         2       6          1         7          .           .           .          .        .         .       1     .      .
47 Chris Eckert        2       6          .         6          2.0-11      2-11        .          1        .         1-0     .     .      .
21 Paul Woldu          2       5          .         5          .           .           .          2        .         .       .     .      .
19 R.Vandenameele      2       5          .         5          1.0-14      .           .          .        .         .       .     .      .
37 Chad Guidinger      1       5          .         5          .           .           1-15       .        .         .       .     .      .
4 Oliver Burns         2       4          .         4          .           .           .          .        .         .       1     .      .
26 Tyler Baier         1       4          .         4          .           .           .          .        .         .       .     .      .
45 Lyndon Boychuk      1       4          .         4          .           .           .          .        .         .       .     .      .
65 Chris Masich        2       3          .         3          1.0-4       1-4         .          .        .         .       .     .      .
64 Craig Albert        2       3          .         3          1.0-5       1-5         .          1        .         .       .     .      .
10 Matt Yausie         1       1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .     .      .
18 Travis Gorski       1       1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .     .      .
17 Cory Jones          1       1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .     .      .
27 J.G. Koroll         2       1          .         1          .           .           .          .        .         .       .     .      .
    Total              3       170        19        189        14-64       10-49        4-131 9             .        6-0     3     .      .
   Opponents           3                                       9-54        3-69        2          .                  3-0     2      .     .2




                       Captains Dylan Barker, Leighton Heron, Brian Guebert and Jamie Sommerfeld with Championship banner


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                                           Phonetics List
# . . . .FIRST NAME               . . .LAST NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PHONETICS
1 . . . .Lucas . . . . . . . . . . .McEachern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .MICK-eck-URN
5 . . . .Jordan . . . . . . . . . .Wevers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .WEE-vurrs
6 . . . .Braden . . . . . . . . . .Suchan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SOO-CANN
7 . . . .Tyler . . . . . . . . . . . .O’Gorman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OH-gor-menn
9 . . . .Leighton . . . . . . . .Heron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LAYE-TUNN HAIR-UNN
10 . . .Matt . . . . . . . . . . . .Yausie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .YOW-ZEE
14 . . .Brian . . . . . . . . . . .Guebert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GEE-BERT
16 . . .Ryan . . . . . . . . . . .Kroeker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CROAK-URR
18 . . .Travis . . . . . . . . . . .Gorski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GORR-skee
19 . . .Rick . . . . . . . . . . . .Vandenameele . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .VANN-DENN-A-MEAL
21 . . .Paul . . . . . . . . . . . .Woldu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .WALL-due
22 . . .Tyler . . . . . . . . . . . .Dueck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DUE-ick
24 . . .Mike . . . . . . . . . . . .Wasylyniuk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .WOZZ-NAKK
25 . . .Rory . . . . . . . . . . . .Kohlert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .COAL-urt
26 . . .Tyler . . . . . . . . . . . .Baier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BUY-URR
27 . . .Jordan G. . . . . . . . .Koroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CORE-ULL
31 . . .Anthony . . . . . . . . .Dudar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DOO-darr
32 . . .Eric . . . . . . . . . . . . .Grisdale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GRIZZ-DALE
33 . . .Tony . . . . . . . . . . . .Michalchuk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .MICK-ALL-CHUCK
35 . . .Peter . . . . . . . . . . . .Woldu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .WALL-due
37 . . .Chad . . . . . . . . . . .Guidinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GIDD-inn-gurr
39 . . .Joel . . . . . . . . . . . . .Zemluk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ZEMM-luck
42 . . .David . . . . . . . . . . .Cooke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .COOK
44 . . .Gabe . . . . . . . . . . . .Mackesey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .MACK-UH-SEE
45 . . .Lyndon . . . . . . . . .Boychuk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LINN-dunn BOY-chuck
46 . . .Jamie . . . . . . . . . . .Sommerfeld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SUMMER-FELLD
47 . . .Chris . . . . . . . . . . .Eckert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .EKK-urt
51 . . .Vaughn . . . . . . . . .Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .VONN
54 . . .Taylor . . . . . . . . . . .Wallace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .WALL-iss
55 . . .Hubert . . . . . . . . . .Buydens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BYE-DENNS
59 . . .Mike . . . . . . . . . . . .Loos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LOWSS
61 . . .Aspen . . . . . . . . . . .Beveridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ASS-pinn BEVV-ridge
65 . . .Chris . . . . . . . . . . .Masich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .MASS-ich
66 . . .Jordan . . . . . . . . . .Rempel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .REMM-PULL
67 . . .Jarod J. . . . . . . . . . .Koroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CORE-ULL
68 . . .Darren . . . . . . . . . .Hinds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HINEDS
71 . . .Taylor . . . . . . . . . . .Krislock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .KRISS-LOCK
75 . . .Jerad . . . . . . . . . . . .Davis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .JERR-idd
77 . . .Dan . . . . . . . . . . . .Houle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HOOL
                                                      2006 HUSKIES TEAM ROSTER
# First Name Last Name    POS   Ht   Wt Elig Birth Date (m/d/y)       Course         Yr  Hometown Prov                      Last Team
1 Lucas      McEachern      S   6-1  205   2     07/20/1983       Arts & Science     5       Calgary     AB            University of Buffalo
2 Karl       Phillips      SB   6-2  218   3     10/13/1985       Arts & Science     4      Toronto      ON            St. Michael’s College
3 Jordy      Burrows       DB   6-2  185   2     09/13/1984         Commerce         3     Edmonton      AB             Edmonton Huskies
4 Oliver     Burns         LB   6-0  242   1     01/08/1984       Arts & Science     1       Sydney      AUS               SUNY Buffalo
5 Jordan     Wevers        DB  5-9   175   2     05/06/1985       Arts & Science     2    Lethbridge     AB               Okanagan Sun
6 Braden     Suchan       P/PK 5-11  170   3     02/11/1983         Commerce         4     Humboldt       SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
7 Tyler      O’Gorman      RB   6-0  195   2     08/26/1985         Commerce         2     Edmonton      AB             Edmonton Huskies
8 Bret       Thompson      QB  6-1   191   2     10/17/1983          Education       3     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
9 Leighton   Heron         WR   5-8  165   4     06/05/1985       Arts & Science     4    Moose Jaw       SK Central Collegiate High School Cyclones
10 Matt      Yausie        DB  5-10  175   2     11/23/1983       Arts & Science     1     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
11 Trevor    Barss         QB   6-0  190   1     04/27/1985         Kinesiology      4     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
11 Laurence  Nixon         QB   6-0  190   2      08/07/1987      Arts & Science     2     Richmond       BC     Vancouver College Fighting Irish
12 Sean      Sexsmith      DB  5-8   170   2     04/19/1986       Arts & Science     2   Prince Albert    SK          Prince Albert Carleton
14 Brian     Guebert       DL  5-9   245   3     12/19/1981      Graduate Studies    1     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
15 Matt      Crosbie       WR  5-11  192   1     09/08/1983       Arts & Science     4    Moose Jaw       SK              Regina Thunder
16 Ryan      Kroeker       QB   6-2  200   3     08/25/1986       Arts & Science     3     Saskatoon      SK           Holy Cross Crusaders
17 Cory      Jones         WR   6-2  191   2     10/21/1982         Kinesiology      3     Edmonton      AB            Edmonton Wildcats
18 Travis    Gorski        WR  5-10  160   1     12/05/1986         Kinesiology      2   Medicine Hat    AB          Medicine Hat Mohawks
19 Rick      Vandenameele CB   5-9   173   3     06/10/1981       Arts & Science     3       Delisle      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
20 Dylan     Barker         S   6-4  200   2     08/21/1986       Arts & Science     3    Moose Jaw       SK       Moose Jaw Central Cyclones
21 Paul      Woldu         DB  6-0   160   2     09/14/1984       Arts & Science     4       Regina       SK              Regina Thunder
22 Tyler     Dueck         DB  6-2   185   2     11/27/1983          Education       3       Hague        SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
23 Jared     Nordick       DB   6-1  186   4     10/08/1982          Education       2     Saskatoon      SK           Holy Cross Crusaders
24 Mike      Wasylyniuk    WR  5-11  175   2     12/26/1985       Arts & Science     2      Raymore       SK          Raymore High School
25 Rory      Kohlert       WR   6-2  173   1     01/07/1988       Arts & Science     1       Regina       SK        Winston Knoll Wolverines
26 Tyler     Baier         DB  5-7   175   2     01/28/1982          Education       1     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
27 Jordan G. Koroll        FB   6-1  210   2     06/11/1984         Kinesiology      3  North Battleford SK    North Battleford Composite Vikings
28 Scott     Stevens       RB  5-11  210   3     05/10/1985          Education       4    Moose Jaw       SK       Moose Jaw Central Cyclones
29 Ben       Coakwell      RB  5-10  210   1     06/25/1987       Arts & Science     2    Moose Jaw       SK       Moose Jaw Central Cyclones
31 Anthony   Dudar         DB  5-10  183   1     10/15/1985         Kinesiology      1       Calgary     AB                Calgary Colts
32 Eric      Grisdale      LB   6-1  206   1     05/01/1987         Kinesiology      2     Pike Lake      SK               Delisle Rebels
33 Tony      Michalchuk    LB   6-0  205   1     11/27/1987         Kinesiology      2    Foam Lake       SK           Foam Lake Panthers
34 Josh      Miller        FB   6-0  221   1     01/20/1984       Arts & Science     1       Regina       SK              Regina Thunder
35 Peter     Woldu         LB  5-11  205   2     09/14/1984       Arts & Science     1       Regina       SK              Regina Thunder
37 Chad      Guidinger     LB  6-0   203   4     06/16/1983         Agriculture      4       Eatonia      SK      Eatonia High School Spartans
39 Joel      Zemluk        LB   6-0  198   1     02/27/1986         Commerce         3        Leslie      SK           Foam Lake Panthers
42 David     Cooke         DL   6-3  240   3     01/25/1985         Commerce         3     Saskatoon      SK             Evan Hardy Souls
44 Gabe      Mackesey      LB  6-0   210   3     08/10/1981         Commerce         3     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
45 Lyndon    Boychuk       LB   6-0  200   1     05/21/1986         Commerce         3   Medicine Hat    AB                CHHS Vikings
46 Jamie     Sommerfeld    OL  6-3   300   5     04/13/1979          Education       6     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
47 Chris     Eckert        DL  6-2   245   3     06/26/1982         Commerce         1     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
48 Ivan      Brown         DE   6-2  240   2     07/18/1985       Arts & Science     1       Regina       SK              Regina Thunder
51 Vaughn    Rice          DE  6-3   245   1     01/15/1988         Commerce         1       Regina       SK               Luther Lions
54 Taylor    Wallace       LB  5-10  216   2     11/12/1985         Agriculture      1        Unity       SK  Unity Composite High School Warriors
55 Hubert    Buydens       OL  6-3   285   2     01/04/1982       Arts & Science     2     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
58 Tim       West          OL   6-2  275   4     06/20/1983         Commerce         3       Regina       SK Sheldon Williams Collegiate High School
59 Mike      Loos          OL   6-2  305   5     03/18/1983       Arts & Science     5      Yorkton       SK  Yorkton Regional High School Raiders
60 Jay       Bradshaw      DL   6-1  255   3     07/30/1985        Engineering       3     Saskatoon      SK             Evan Hardy Souls
61 Aspen     Beveridge     OL   6-1  296   2     01/14/1986       Arts & Science     3   Maple Creek      SK          Maple Creek Redmen
62 Scott     Wallis        OL  6-3   305   1     04/13/1986       Arts & Science     3       D’Arcy       SK            Caronport Cougars
63 Chris     Sutherland    OL  6-5   310   5     07/29/1981       Arts & Science     3     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
64 Craig     Albert        DL   6-2  260   1     04/14/1987        Engineering       1    Moose Jaw       SK           Holy Cross Crusaders
65 Chris     Masich        DT  6-2   270   1     01/03/1983             Law          3     Saskatoon      SK            Saskatoon Hilltops
66 Jordan    Rempel        OL   6-6  310   2     04/20/1985         Agriculture      4     Caronport      SK            Caronport Cougars
67 Jarod J.  Koroll        OL   6-1  275   1     03/05/1980         Kinesiology      4  North Battleford SK Humboldt Collegiate Institute Mohawks
68 Darren    Hinds         OL  6-1   312   2     06/16/1987       Arts & Science     2  Sherwood Park AB                 Salisbury Sabres
70 Scott     McHenry       SB  6-2   210   2     05/25/1987       Arts & Science     2     Saskatoon      SK           Holy Cross Crusaders
71 Taylor    Krislock      WR   6-4  216   3     04/09/1985       Arts & Science     3       Regina       SK          Archbishop MC O’Neill
75 Jerad     Davis         WR  5-11  190   1     03/20/1983         Commerce         1    Sylvan Lake    AB             Saskatoon Hilltops
77 Dan       Houle         SB   6-0  235   3     12/03/1981     Unclassified Studies 3       Hague        SK               Calgary Colts
78 Travis    Hoffart       SB   6-0  188   1     05/28/1987         Commerce         2       Regina       SK         Regina Miller Marauders
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Head Coach: Brian Towriss (23rd Year) • Offensive Asst. Coaches: Mike Harrington,Travis Serke, Bart Arnold, Brent Schneider, Jason Sulz, Jeff Balzer • Defensive Coordinator: Ed Carleton • Defensive Asst. Coaches: Cal Hobbs,
Darrel Burko,Wade Dupont • Film Coordinator: Al Jeffries • Sport Physical Therapist/Certified Athletic Therapist: Rhonda Shishkin • Sport Massage Therapist: Al Bodnarchuk • Student Trainers: Stephanie Hogan,
Alanna VanKommer, Lacey Nairn, Kerry Zachar • Equipment Managers: Gary Larner, Andrea Eccleston • Student Assistant: David Orr • Doctors: Dr. Bill Haver, Dr. Mark Ernst • Hydrologist: Monty Klassen •
Athletic Director: Bill Seymour • Sports Information Director:Tera Schneider • Athlete Services Officer: Michelle MacDonald • Marketing Coordinator: Shawn Rempel • Event Coordinator: Chad Nunweiler

								
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