Uteck Bowl History
The first Uteck Bowl was presented in 2003. Following the 2002 season, the Atlantic Bowl was re-named Uteck Bowl. During his distinguished career and life, Larry Uteck was Director of Athletics and Recreation at Saint Mary's University, football coach, Deputy Mayor of the Halifax Regional Municipality, HRM Councillor, City of Halifax Alderman, Canadian Football League player and all-star. He joined Saint Mary's in 1982, and became Head Football Coach of the Huskies in 1983 and continued through 1997, compiling a winning record. He was named AUAA Coach of the Year in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, and 1992. He was named CIAU Coach of the Year in 1988 and 1992. His teams appeared in five Atlantic Bowls and three Vanier Cups. In 1995, he was named interim Director of Athletics and Recreation and was formally appointed Director in 1997, a position in which he continued until his death.
|2003||Saint Mary's||60||Simon Fraser||9|
|1983||Game not played|
|1959||StFX||26||Ontario Agri College||14|
|1956||Hamilton Jrs.||21||Greenwood Army||7|
From 1956 to 2001, the Bowl was named "Atlantic Bowl"
(1) In 1983, AUAA chose not to participate in a Bowl game as a protest against CIAU. WIFL champion Calgary received a direct berth in the national final.
(2) In 1967, OQAA voted against any league participation
in the Vanier Cup championship game. WIFL champion Alberta received
a direct berth in the national final. /
En 1967, l’Association Ontario-Québec a voté contre une participation aux demi-finales nationales. Championne de l’Ouest, Alberta est passée directement à la finale.