Bisons stay local, add two

Manitoba adds two local commits to their team.

There is nothing like playing for your hometown school, and running back Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette from the Regina Thunder (CJFL) and linebacker Noah Paulic from Dakota Collegiate will be able to experience that after committing to the University of Manitoba Bisons.

Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette

Courtesy of Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette.

Victor St. Pierre-Laviolette has been sitting on his dream for quite some time now, but he has since made it a reality. “I chose UofM cause it has always been a dream of mine to play there since high school and the school is awesome,” he said. “Their coaching staff is great. They have a lot of knowledgeable guys and I look forward to working with them.”

In high school, St. Pierre-Laviolette played with the Crocus Plains Plainsmen (Winnipeg High School Football League). Originally from Brandon, Manitoba, he has spent three seasons with the Regina Thunder (CJFL). He was a 2016 All-Canadian. Last year, he was the leading rusher in the Super Series League when he was playing in Sweden. The 5’10 athlete is interested in education with aspirations to become a gym teacher.

Noah Paulic

Courtesy of Noah Paulic.

A resident of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Noah Paulic won’t have far to go to reach the Bisons. “I felt like Manitoba had a lot to offer academically and the tools to grow as an athlete. The culture was something I wanted to be around too,” he said. “The coaching staff, I believe, is very good and looking forward to working with the staff they have.”

Paulic, who is 6’2, 215lbs, is interested in pursuing a science degree.

Before playing with the Dakota Lancers (WHSFL), Paulic played with the St. Vital Mustangs. He was named as a conference all-star for the 2017 WHSFL season. He has been playing football since he was seven.

Advocating for football prospects one story at a time.

Leave a Reply

Loading cart ...