Kevin Lefsrud - Canadian Football League

Kevin Lefsrud - Canadian Football League  (CFL)

Kevin Lefsrud was raised on the family farm north of Viking. He started his football career in his grade 12 year in Wainwright, AB. That year they won a provincial title and Kevin was selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game.

The following year he attended the University of Saskatoon and played for the Huskies for five seasons. In that time, Kevin and his team won two Vanier Cup Championships. He was selected to the first all-Canadian team in his last season with the Huskies. Kevin was also chosen to play in the prestigious East West Shrine Bowl game.

In 1999 Kevin was drafted as an offensive lineman by the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL).  He played three seasons with the team. In his time with the Alouettes Kevin played in two Grey Cup championship games, winning one in 2002. 

In 2003 Kevin signed with the Edmonton Eskimos where he played for four seasons and won two more Grey Cup championships (2003 and 2005). Kevin retired from football in 2007 due to an injury. 

After football was done, Kevin focused full-time on the farm and his family. He continues to farm with his wife and three daughters as a fourth-generation farmer, and also owns a small craft distillery called Section 35 Farm Distillery.

To view Kevins career football statistics click here.