CEGEP recruit has chance to “change something” at Bishop’s (VIDEO)

Montreal receiver joins RSEQ team’s 2016 class.

William Tondreau wants to help reverse the fortunes of one RSEQ team.

The 5’9.5, 170 pound receiver from Montreal, Quebec committed to Bishop’s Gaiters.  Tondreau will join the team for the 2016 RSEQ season.

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“I have signed with Bishop’s University because I wanted to join a football program that was developing and that allows me to push myself,: expressed Tondreau of his commtiment. “I played four years for the Ahuntsic College Indians where I learned a lot technically by Alexander Fox, Ousmane Bary and Charles Patrick Paul, who were coaches in my CEGEP career.”

“For the last four years, I’ve had the feeling of being in a big family with the Indians and when I met Bishop’s Head Coach [Kevin] Mackey, I had the same feelings. I like to change something within a team and have the opportunity to do it with Gaiters. I have been fortunate to be coached by Coach Fox,  one of the best receivers in Canadian university football and I developed myself greatly. I often talk about Bishop’s with him and the place to had a huge impact in his life.”

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Tondreau completed a four year stint with CEGEP Division 3’s Ahuntsic Indians,  From 2011-2014, he amassed 1002 yards on 61 receptions and scored 10 touchdowns.  He made team history by accumulating the most receiving yards.

In 2014, he was named Special Teams MVP and selected to the RSEQ Division 3 All-Star team.

After the 2014 season concluded, Tondreau joined the Indians coaching staff.

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