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Ralph Lister







Year Inducted


Sport Ambassador


Ralph Lister (D)



Mount Allison University in Sackville has developed for itself a long tradition of excellence in, among other things, the field of competitive athletics.Between 1925 and 1930 on athlete stood out above the rest in rugby, basketball, hockey and tennis – “Bul” Lister.This native of Harvey played leadership roles in a continuum of intercollegiate, provincial and regional championship teams.But that’s only part of the Lister legend, from 1931 to 1936, he served as athletic director and coach of Mount A’s men’s and women’s basketball, men’s hockey and track teams – clubs that won 26 provincial, Maritime, intercollegiate and senior championships.As an athlete, and later as a coach, “Bul” Lister was a major part of that Mount Allison tradition of excellence. Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 4th, 1983.

Quick Facts

  • Member of Mount Allison University football, basketball and hockey teams from 1925-30 

  • Member of NB Senior football champions in 1926 and ’28 

  • Helped Mt. A to NB Intercollegiate Basketball title in 1926 and the NB Senior title in 1928

  • Helped Mt. A to Maritime Intercollegiate basketball titles in 1928, ‘29 and ’30 

  • Played shortstop for McAdam CPR’s baseball team, winners of the 1928 Senior baseball title 

  • Won Moncton Golf Club championship in 1944 

  • Skipped Moncton Beavers Curling Club team to the Ganong Cup and represented NB at the Brier in 1956

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