As a pitcher, Trevor Ethier is big on nothing. He allows few hits. He yields few runs. It adds up to a lot.
Ethier has been a winner in softball for decades, from a provincial pee wee title with the Saskatoon Phantoms in 1988 to gold with Team Canada in the Pan-American Games in 2003. He has been named the outstanding pitcher in senior men's nationals. He was the MVP at the Canadian Native championship.
He has competed coast-to-coast as a pitcher and third baseman, going from Newfoundland to B.C., with a bushel of places in between.
Besides playing, Ethier is a coach with local clubs and a Softball Canada national team. He is an instructor in Saskatoon with the Tiger Softball Academy, which is a development program for student-athletes in Saskatchewan.
Then there's hockey. Ethier played midget with the Saskatoon Blazers, juniors with the North Battleford North Stars and Saskatoon Blades and seniors with the Rosthern Wheat Kings. As a forward with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, he was in the national university championship three times. As of 2018, he is third all-time in career goals in the 108-year history of Huskie hockey.