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2003 CIS Football All-Canadian Team


2003 CIS Football All-Canadian Team

Below is the 2003 CIS Football All-Canadian Team.[1] The CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport) Football All-Canadian Team is an honour given annually to the best college football players at Canadian Universities at their respective positions.


  • First Team 1
    • Offence 1.1
    • Defence 1.2
    • Second Team 1.3
      • Offence 1.3.1
      • Defence 1.3.2
  • Notes and references 2
  • See also 3

First Team


  • QB Tommy Denison Queen's
  • HB Jesse Lumsden McMaster
  • HB Jarred Winkel Alberta
  • WR Craig Spear Queen's
  • WR Gilles Colon Bishop's
  • IR Brendan Mahoney Simon Fraser
  • IR J.-Fred. Tremblay Laval
  • OT Paul Archer Saint Mary's
  • OT Ibrahim Khan Simon Fraser
  • OG Derek Armstrong StFX
  • OG Carl Gourgues Laval
  • C J.-Francois Joncas Laval
  • K Jon Ryan Regina
  • P Anand Pillai McGill


  • DE Justin Shakell Laurier
  • DE Troy Cunningham Concordia
  • DT Ryan Gottselig Saskatchewan
  • DT Nick Comly Acadia
  • LB Shad McLachlan Acadia
  • LB Neil McKinlay Simon Fraser
  • LB Mickey Donovan Concordia
  • CB Pascal Masson Laval
  • CB Eric Nielsen Acadia
  • DB Guillaume Roy McGill
  • DB Sebastian Clovis Saint Mary's
  • FS Jeremy Steeves StFX

Second Team


  • QB Mathieu Bertrand Laval
  • RB Derek Medler Laurier
  • RB Les Mullings Saint Mary's
  • WR Andrew Gallant StFX
  • WR Shane Ostapowich Regina
  • IR Andy Fantuz Western
  • IR Vaughan Swart McMaster
  • OT Ryan Jeffrey Laurier
  • OT J.-Francois Ostiguy Laval
  • OG Dave Forde McMaster
  • OG Adrian Olenick Saskatchewan
  • C Jeff Melis Laurier
  • K Matt Sharpe Acadia
  • P Mike Ray McMaster


  • DE Jack Gaudreau Queen's
  • DE Dan Federkeil Calgary
  • DT Matt Kirk Queen's
  • DT Miguel Robede Laval
  • LB Tristan Clovis McMaster
  • LB Kevin MacNeill Laurier
  • LB Agustin Barrenechea Calgary
  • CB Clinton John York
  • CB Eric Duchene Saskatchewan
  • DB Kyler White Alberta
  • DB Reid Smith Acadia
  • FS Maxime Gagnier Montreal

Notes and references

  1. ^ "2003 CIS Football All-Canadian team". Archived from the original on 2009-07-22. Retrieved 2009-06-23. 

See also

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