On Wednesday, the CIS announced that Dosanjh is one of four nominees for the Doug Mitchell Trophy, which goes to top overall male athlete in CIS. He’s up against St. Mary’s hockey standout Lucas Bloodoff, Concordia wrestler David Tremblay and Kyle Quinlan, the McMaster quarterback who already won the Hec Creighton as the top university football player in the country.
Dosanjh led the Canada West conference in goals, with 12. He scored the winner over the University of Alberta in the Canada West championship game, then led the Thunderbirds to the national title, where he was named the MVP of the CIS finals.
Dosanjh was invited to FC Edmonton’s training camp and, according to head coach Colin Miller, was crafty and creative in the time he spent with the club in the preseason. But, Dosanjh is committed to finishing his schooling, so the team said a decision will be made later in the spring on whether or not the UBC standout will become an Eddie or not.
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