Damon Duval


197 lbs


6' 0"






Apr 3rd, 1980

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 Signed as a free agent on June 6, 2011 Damon played all 18 games and had 80 kickoffs for 4877 yards (61.0 avg, 85 lg) and 2 singles, 137 punts for 6434 yards (47.0 avg, 77 lg) and conneted on 23 of 34 on field goals (48 lg) and 7 singles. He also recorded 4 special teams tackles. He earned CFL Special Teams Player of the Week when he accumulated 12 of the Eskimos' 24 points on July 23 in Calgary, going three for three on field goals, kicking two converts and a punt single. He also played in the Western Semi-Final (7 kickoffs for 413 yards and 9 punts for 414 yards and 2 singles) and Western Final (5 punts for 193 yards and 5 kickoffs for 251 yards). Duval was named a CFLPA All-Star


Duval was the kicker and punter in 15 regular season games, the East Final and the Grey Cup. During the regular season he was 34 of 47 on field goals, averaged 45 yards on punts (longest 69) and 62.8 yards on kickoffs (longest 95). He was named a CFL East All-Star


His career-best 206 points ranked him second in team history for most points in a season… He finished second in the CFL for most points and most field goals… He missed the last game of the season due to a kidney stone.


He led the CFL for most punting yards and for best punting average.


He made 51 field goals, a new Alouettes’ single-season record… He was named Special Teams Player of the Month in August… His 201 points ranked him third in team history for most points in a season.


He amassed over 9,000 punting yards for a career average of 43.4 yards-per-punt… He was first-team All American kicker and punter in 2001, an academic All-American in 2000, 2001 and 2002, a first-team All-SEC in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 and won the C.W. Streit Award for highest scholastic record 2002… He played in the 2000 Citrus Bowl and 2001 Peach Bowl with the Tigers.


He studied health promotion... He lives in Montreal with his wife Ashley and their sons, Drew and Hunter... He is involved in the Alouettes’ community programs. He excelled in soccer, playing on the U.S. National under-17 team.