SSHoF logoDuane Dmytryshyn

Athlete (2016)


Duane DmytryshynDuane Dmytryshyn won the Triple Crown of football.

He was a captain and running back on the first Marion Graham Falcons team to win the provincial high school football title in 1988, scoring three touchdowns in the final.

He was a running back on the first University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team to win the Vanier Cup title as Canadian university champions in 1990.

He played slotback for the Toronto Argonauts who won the CFL Grey Cup back to back in 1996 and '97.

Besides football at Marion Graham, he competed in basketball and track and field.

In his four years at university, the Huskies won the league football title three times. Dmytryshyn led Canada West in receptions in his senior year with the Huskies and was named an All-Canadian. He scored 23 career touchdowns in the regular season and playoffs, ranking fourth on the Huskies' all-time list.

Duane played eight years in the CFL, starting with the Calgary Stampeders, going to Toronto, and ending with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.