Roy “Sandy” Archer
In 1951, Sandy began his career as head trainer of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, a position he held proudly for 30 years.
Sandy brought to the league a level of expertise and professionalism in the field of sport medicine that is difficult to equal. Instrumental in the education of athletic trainers, he was a founding member of the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association, serving as vice-president from 1968 to 1970, and president in 1971.
Sandy Archer was also involved with the Regina Pats for 14 years, through 3 Memorial Cup Playoffs.