RB Laviolette aims to play in CIS and beyond

Victor St. Pierre Laviolette first started playing for the Crocus Plains Plainsmen in Brandon, Manitoba. He also played for Team Manitoba in 2013, one year with the Winnipeg Rifles, and is currently a member of the Regina Thunder.

There was one particular game that stood out for him.

“My favourite highlight of the year was beating Winnipeg in game one,” Victor says. “Because it was the team I had played for the previous year and I left because I wanted to play for Regina since after high school, but Winnipeg owned my territorial rights and said they would not release me unless I tried a year there. So it was nice to finally be where I wanted to be and beat the team that prevented me from playing here.”

In terms of recruiting, he doesn’t have any university offers at the moment but his goal is to make it the CIS level and even further.

“I would like to get scouted by a university and play ball there so I can have a shot at going pro, but if that doesn’t work out, I would like to get into education to become a gym teacher,” he says.

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There was a coach from Victor’s early playing days who has had a major impact on him.

“Blaine Moroz was the most influential person in life and football growing up,” Victor says. “He always helped me stay on track with school and in practice! He pushed me to be the best athlete I can be and also helped me get on my feet when I had to move to Regina to play, so I’m very grateful to have him I’m my life!”

His training regimen involves working with a couple team trainers.

“I trained with team trainers Bruce Anderson and Mike Kerr for the off-season in our fourth quarter club, which was new this year,” he says. “But they did a great job and during the season I like to try and get two lifts a week in, just doing the big lifts like squats, bench, deadlifts, etc.”

Victor also knows what he wants to work on for the season.

“I’m gonna get in the gym and stay in shape for the season by working out twice a week and fuelling my body right with good food and stuff like that,” Victor says. “And also just work as hard as I can in practice to perfect our plays.”


Victor St. Pierre Laviolette
Running Back
5’9, 178 lbs

Teams: Crocus Plains Plainsmen, Winnipeg Rifles (CJFL), Regina Thunder (CJFL)
Commitment: None
Official Visits: None
Consideration: Open
Class: 2014


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