Vancouver announced their 25-man roster for the 2014 MLU season on Tuesday.

In addition to 15 returnees from the 2013 squad, the Nighthawks signed 10 rookies based on their performance at the Nighthawks Combine.


75. Joel Bellevance (Carleton College/Barrie, Ontario)
22. Matthew Berezan (University of British Columbia/Edmonton, Alberta)
33. Andy Collins (Cambrian College/North Bay, Ontario)
45. Allan Cowan (University of British Columbia/Barrie, Ontario)
27. Alex Davis (Queen’s University/Montreal, Quebec)
14. Bobo Eyrich (Dalhousie University/Halifax, Nova Scotia)
6. Andre Gailits (University of British Columbia/Hanover, New Hampshire)
8. Morgan Hibbert (University of British Columbia/Vancouver, British Columbia)
19. Keane Knapp (University of British Columbia/Vancouver, British Columbia)
72. Mark Leduc (University of British Columbia/Richmond, British Columbia)
21. Aaron Loach (Langara College/Toronto, Ontario)
18. Nick Menzies (University of British Columbia/Whitehorse, Yukon Territory)
91. Kirk Savage (University of British Columbia/Middleton, Nova Scotia)
13. Jordan Tessarolo (University of Victoria/Abbotsford, British Columbia)
89. Kevin Underhill (University of Victoria/Vancouver, British Columbia)


10. Gagan Chatha (Kwantlen Polytechnic University/Surrey, British Columbia)
4. Matthew Doyle (University of Victoria/Vancouver, British Columbia)
11. Kevin Greer (University of British Columbia/Vancouver, British Columbia)
5. John Norris (University of British Columbia/Vancouver, British Columbia)
31. Takuya Saito (Hosei University/Ibaraki, Japan)
39. Marc Seraglia (University of British Columbia/Vancouver, British Columbia)
37. Myles Sinclair (University of Western Ontario/Vancouver, British Columbia)
81. Rumi Tejpar (McGill University/Vancouver, British Columbia)
98. Brendan Wong (University of British Columbia/Vancouver, British Columbia)
24. Peter Yu (University of British Columbia/Vancouver, British Columbia)

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3 Responses

  1. John Stroppa

    lol love it – Sir Rags as a rookie!

    Good luck people, see you when you come to san fran 🙂

  2. Scott Lewis

    I had a chuckle at that one too, John. Maybe I should try coming out of retirement so I too can call myself a rookie.

  3. Cory McLean

    Hey Marc,


    Kirk might need his cleats shined up or get his ice bath ready or set up his PS3 for a gaming session…

    Good luck Sir Rags



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