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CWUAA team announces signing of Winnipeg receiver.

The Manitoba Bisons have announced the commitment of Trysten Dyce to the team’s football program for the 2014 CWUAA season.

Dyce, a 5’10, 175 pound receiver from Winnipeg, Manitoba joins the Bisons and brings a wealth of championship experience with him. This past fall, he guided the Regina Thunder of the Prairie Football Conference (PFC) of the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) to the Canadian Bowl Championship. He was recognized for his play on the field as he was selected as a PFC Rookie All-Star.

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Previous to the Thunder, Dyce won two Provincial ‘AAA’ Championships with the St. Paul’s Crusaders of the Winnipeg High School Football League (WHSFL). During his time with the team, the Manitoba receiver was selected as a WHSFL All-Star (2012), the recipient of the Crusaders Spirit Award (2012) and selected to play in the WHSFL Senior Bowl Game (2013).

Currently, Dyce is competing in the 2014 International Federation of American Football (IFAF) U-19 World Championship in Kuwait as a member of the Canadian Junior National Team.

The Bisons are thrilled to have a local homegrown talent join the fold.

“It’s so great to bring Trysten in to the Bison family,” commented Bisons Head Coach Brian Dobie. “I’ve known him since he was a little boy, watching him run around shagging balls when his dad, Bobby, would bring him to practice.”

“Now he’s grown into an elite receiver having won high school and CJFL Championships. We are proud that he has chosen to further his academic and athletic paths at the University of Manitoba.”


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