34th Vanier Cup

The 34th Vanier Cup was played on November 28, 1998, at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, and decided the CIAU football champion for the 1998 season. The Saskatchewan Huskies won their third championship by defeating the Concordia Stingers by a score of 24-17.[1]

34th Vanier Cup
Concordia Stingers Saskatchewan Huskies
(6-2) (6-2)
17 24
Head coach: 
Head coach: 
1234 Total
Concordia Stingers 03140 17
Saskatchewan Huskies 37410 24
DateNovember 28, 1998
StadiumSkyDome
LocationToronto
Ted Morris Memorial TrophyTrevor Ludtke, LB, Saskatchewan
Bruce Coulter AwardDoug Rozon, RB, Saskatchewan
Attendance15,157

Game summaryEdit

Saskatchewan Huskies (24) - TDs, Todd Lynden, Trevor Ludtke; FGs, Matt Kellett (3); cons., Matt Kellett (4); singles, Matt Kellett.

Concordia Stingers (17) - TDs, Evan Davis Jr., Greg Casey; cons., Dave Miller-Johnston (3).

Scoring summaryEdit

First Quarter
SSK - FG Kellett 28 (3:00)
Second Quarter
CON - FG Miller-Johnston 35 (6:20)
SSK - TD Lynden 9 pass from Reid (Kellett Convert) (13:04)
Third Quarter
SSK - Single Kellett 49 (2:35)
CON - TD Davis 55 run (Miller-Johnston convert) (5:53)
SSK - FG Kellett 27 (13:21)
CON - TD Casey 56 interception return (Miller-Johnston convert) (14:44)
Fourth Quarter
SSK - FG Kellett 40 (10:27)
SSK - TD Ludtke fumble recovery in end zone (Kellett convert) (12:52)

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