RB Masse committed to the game (VIDEO)

CIS recruitment hasn’t scratched surface for Faucons standout

Levis Lauzon Faucons running back Joanik Masse is planning on playing the game as long as his body will hold up.

Joanik Masse

Running Back

5’11, 185 lbs

Levis Lauzon Faucons (CEGEP Division 1)
Pointe-Levy Consaires (RSEQ Division 1B)


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Joanik Masse may have entered¬†the gridiron scene late, but now that he’s arrived, he’s here to stay.

He began playing just 3 years ago in his third year of high school at Pointe-Levy, where he began to suit up for the Consaires of RSEQ Division 1B. That club breaded winning, as they captured two RSEQ titles during Masse’s tenure. For 2015, he transferred to begin CEGEP career at Levis Lauzon with the Faucons of Division 1. He will be serving as captain for the 2016 season.

He also played for Team Quebec at the 2015 Spaulding Cup.

Masse says his CEGEP debut was his highlight from 2015, and it’s hard to argue with him.

“My highlight of last season was my first [CEGEP] game,” he said. “When the game started I didn’t know if I would even play, but I did and I got 3 touchdowns.”


Masse credits his family and his offensive coordinator with having the most profound impact on his life and career.

“The most influential people in my life are my parents because they support me in every thing I do,” he acknowledged. “In football the most influential person is my offensive coordinator because I started playing for him with the Consaires and he coached my at the Sport-√Čtude for 3 years and now he is my offensive coordinator with the Faucons.”

The 5’11 tailback is still a few years away from CIS recruitment, being a 2019 grad, but he is looking forward to the opportunity and hopes to star collegiately either North or South of the border.

Masse currently trains 3-4 times a week in many different fashions including running and fitness training, and is focussed on continuing his regimen to improve for his sophomore season at Levis Lauzon.

He has no university visits planned, but when he gets there, he hopes to follow a career path as an architect. He is keeping his options open, saying an English or French speaking school are both in the cards. He adds that, wherever he ends up, football will be a major part of his university years.


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