WINNIPEG — Manitoba Bisons slotback Nic Demski has been named a 2014 CIS Football Second Team All-Canadian, making team history as the first player to be named on four CIS All-Canadian teams.
Demski, 20, is coming off an incredible season after a trip to the Uteck Bowl last weekend in Montreal.
In his second full season at the slotback position, the Winnipeg native was fifth in Canada West (18th in CIS) with 589 receiving yards in only six conference regular season games.
“This is an amazing honour for Nic to receive this national award in four consecutive seasons and be the first Manitoba Bisons football player to accomplish this feat,” head coach Brian Dobie said. “Nic had another strong 2014 season and has been a big part of our team success over the last four seasons.”
The Bisons finished the 2014 regular season with a 4-4 record and were recognized with eight players named to the conference All-Star team.
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