Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1994
After coming off of their success as the 1993 Canadian Junior Football Champions, the 1994 Regina Rams were keen to collect their 12th national championship.
With a proud tradition, winning ways and strong roots in the community, the Rams have enjoyed a great deal of success over the years. They won their first Canadian title in 1966, and followed that up with championships in 1970, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1986, 1987 and 1993.
In 1994, the Rams continued their winning streak by outscoring the opposition 245-128 en route to four victories early in the Prairie Football Conference season. The Rams shutout the Edmonton Huskies 41-0 in the opening game. They followed that up with a 30-10 win over the Edmonton Wildcats, a 21-7 and a 39-9 victory over the Calgary Colts. The Rams fell from the ranks of the undefeated with a 16-12 loss to the host Saskatoon Hilltops, but came back the following week with a 41-21 win over the Wildcats. The Rams improved their win-loss record to 6-1 by winning against the Huskies 37-17 and defeating the Hilltops 24-9 in the final game of the regular season.
After defeating the Wildcats 28-3 in one semifinal, the Rams and Hilltops met again in the conference final. With a 34-7 victory, Regina won for the third straight season. Advancing to the Canadian Junior Football League’s Western Canadian final, the Rams edged the Surrey Rams 64-3. They secured their 12th Canadian title and second straight national championship with a 52-6 victory over the St. Leonard Cougars.
Installed in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2008.
Front Row l to r: Brad Herschmiller, Leanne LaMontagne, Chrystal Pelletier, Trevor Herschmiller, Alex Smith, Rick Seaman, Ron Senger, Gary Uhren, Frank McCrystal, Bob Pelton, Jerry Orban, Bernie Schmidt, Ray Pitre, Crystal Ward
2nd Row: Darryl Leason, Jason Bula, Chris Orban, Dan Gudmundson, Bereket Woldu, Chad Ehman, Dan Paskiw, Craig Briere, Kevin Hicks, Matt Kellett, Jason Melnechenko
3rd Row: Ian Kydd, Derek Fink, Jeff Hagerty, Todd Fuchs, Mike Maurer, Rod Geiss, Shawn Harvey, Chris Briltz, Todd Orthner, Kyle Ouart, Jamie Baillie, Heath Walters, Lee Brentnell, Wavell Starr
4th Row: Randy Srochenski, Royal Harden, John Carmichael, Darek Wolbaum, Denis Losie, Cory Borsa, Darren Bird, Jason Boyda, Tim Coucill, Scott Waters, Ciaran Gillmore, Doug Clark, Thomas McCord
5h Row: Steve Uren, Chris Seibel, Mike Moore, Trent Langford, Brent Nicholas, Jamie Zaluski, Devin Gusa, Josh Shaw, Michael Leason, Garth Schill, Marco Ricci, Monique Knippel
6h Row: Bob Millar, Cliff Dacey, Jack Kennedy, Gary Treble, Rick McCullough, Earl Kallichuk, Wally McCready, Wayne Saxby, Don Fuchs
Ground: Derrick Statt
Missing: Ed Bankowski, Paul Barnby, Kelly Bauman, Mark Bernard, Fred Dulmage, Chris Frankowski, Dave Howie, Dennis Junior, Dean Kleisinger, Larry Kratt, Larry LeBlanc, Lloyd MacDonald, Gary Mather, Don McDougall, Doug McKillop, Michael Milo, Kelvin Ostapowich, Al Picton, Dave Rezansoff, Roger Salloum, Steve Sombach, Norbert Thurmeier, Doug Tunison, Chad Zipchian