59 Jason Terris
Inducted in 2017
Jason Terris played his high school ball for the Riverview Royals. Terris finished his high school career as a NBIAA All-Star and Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year. After considering university offers from schools in Quebec and Ontario, his mind was made up when the #1 ranked powerhouse Saint Mary's Huskies came calling. After redshirting in his first year at SMU, Jason joined the newly formed Maritime Football League. He would play that summer for the Moncton Maroonz, earning a spot on the All-Star Team. Upon returning to the Huskies that fall, Terris would dress and help the Huskies win the 2001 Vanier Cup. Jason credits his time with the Maroonz for preparing him for his next step as a football player. He would return to the MFL again and re-join the Moncton team, which had been rebranded as the Moncton Marshals, winning Most Outstanding Defensive Player. Terris would win one MFL Championship (2004) before moving to the newly formed Riverview Mustangs. It is with the Mustangs where Terris enjoyed his greatest success. Jason would go on to win four straight championships (07, 08, 09, 10) and also add more accolades to his resume. Terris would add six more nods to the All-Star Team (08, 09, 10, 12, 13, 14), one Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman (2010) and was named to the MFL All-Decade Team. He would hang up his cleats in 2014 and was named Mustangs Head Coach for the 2016 season. That same year, he would be inducted into the Saint Mary's University Sports Hall of Fame.