Played in 17 games during his sixth season with the Ticats…finished third on the team with 12 special teams tackles…also recorded eight defensive tackles…missed one game due to injury.
Played in 17 games, starting two at safety, in his fifth season with the Ticats…was on the four-man reserve for Week 8…recorded 17 defensive tackles, 14 special teams tackles, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries and two pass knockdowns.
Played 10 games, recording 15 defensive tackles and four special teams tackles
Finished his 2005 season with two defensive tackles, 11 special teams tackles, and one fumble recovery...did not play in Hamilton's 16-16 pre-season tie with Toronto in Halifax on June 11th...did not play in the Tiger-Cats 34-31 pre-season loss to Toronto on June 17th...did not play in the Tiger-Cats 31-21 season opening loss at Montreal on June 22nd due to injury...played in the Tiger-Cats 23-21 loss to Saskatchewan on July 2nd...played in the Tiger-Cats 32-13 loss at Saskatchewan on July 17th...made one special teams tackle in the Tiger-Cats 28-22 loss to B.C. on July 23rd...did not play in the Tiger-Cats 36-30 loss at Edmonton on July 30th due to injury...did not in Hamilton's 28-12 loss to Ottawa on August 6th due to injury...missed the Tiger-Cats 44-14 loss at Winnipeg on August 13th due to injury...missed the Tiger-Cats 39-15 loss in B.C. on August 19th due to injury...did not play in the Tiger-Cats 41-39 victory over Winnipeg on August 26th due to injury...did not play in the Tiger-Cats 33-30 victory over Toronto on September 5th due to injury...played in the Tiger-Cats 48-0 loss at Toronto on September 10th...played in the Tiger-Cats 39-17 loss to Calgary on September 17th...made one special teams tackle in the Tiger-Cats 40-14 victory over Edmonton on September 30th...played in the Tiger-Cats 43-21 loss at Ottawa on October 7th...made one special teams tackle in Hamilton's 34-17 loss at Calgary on October 14th...made one defensive and one special teams in the Tiger-Cats 40-32 victory over Ottawa on October 21st...made one special teams tackle in the Ticats 34-11 loss in Toronto on October 27...recorded two special teams tackles in the Ticats 15-9 win versus Montreal on November 4.
The second year Tiger-Cat played in 13 games during the regular season, missing five due to injury...finished fifth on the Tiger-Cats with 11 special teams tackles...had 11 defensive tackles and two fumble recoveries, one of which he returned for his first career CFL touchdown...made a career high 10 defensive tackles and recovered two fumbles, one of which he returned 55 yards for a touchdown in the Tiger-Cats 38-36 season opening victory in B.C...was the runner-up to Toronto's Kevin Eiben for the CFL Defensive Player of the Week award in honour of his great play against the Lions...made two special teams tackles in Hamilton's 24-6 East Semi-Final loss in Toronto.
Played in all 18 games during his rookie season with the Tiger Cats...tied for the team lead with 19 special teams tackles...finished second with three interceptions...also had 20 defensive tackles and knocked down one pass...made his Tiger Cat debut in Hamilton's 27-17 season opening loss to Ottawa...in the loss to the Renegades, Beveridge made one special teams tackle...made a season high three special teams tackles in Hamilton's 37-20 loss to Edmonton on July 5th...intercepted the first pass of his CFL career in Hamilton's 52-15 loss in Edmonton on July 16th...also made one special teams tackle and knocked down one pass in the loss to the Eskimos...in the Tiger-Cats 42-9 loss in Saskatchewan on July 20th, Beveridge made five defensive tackles...made a season high seven defensive tackles in the Tiger-Cats 47-25 loss in B.C. on August 22nd...also had one interception in the loss to the Lions...equaled his season high of three special teams tackles in the Tiger-Cats 30-17 loss to Montreal on September 27th.
Played four seasons (1999-2002) with the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds...during his Thunderbird career he had 84 tackles and 11 interceptions...also returned 95 punts, 957 yards for an average of 10.1 yards and 34 punts, 647 yards for an average of 19.0 yards. (2002) Played in all eight games during the regular season, finishing sixth on the Thunderbirds with 26 tackles including two for 15 yards in losses...led British Columbia with four interception returned for 54 yards and one touchdown...also led the Thunderbirds with 51 punt returns for 464 yards and 13 kickoff returns for 252 yards...had two pass knock downs and one quarterback sack...returned a Mark Anderson interception 44 yards for a touchdown in the Thunderbirds 15-10 season opening loss at Regina...also made a season high five tackles in the loss to the Rams...equaled his season high of five tackles in British Columbia's 18-10 victory over Simon Fraser on October 15th. (2001) Despite suffering a knee injury in 2001 which limited his playing time, he still finished third on the Thunderbirds with 25 tackles...finished second on the team with 10 kickoff returns for 178 yards and 18 punt returns for 232 yards...also had one interception. (2000) Led the CIS with six interception returns for 144 yards and one touchdown...returned an interception 106 yards for a touchdown, the sixth longest return in for a score in CIS history on September 30th vs. Saskatchewan...made 28 tackles during the regular season...also had 27 punt returns for 261 yards and 11 kickoff returns for 252 yards. (1999) Made five tackles during his freshman season with the Thunderbirds.
Born December 9, 1981 in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia…attended Terry Fox Secondary School in Port Coquitlam…was named the best defensive player at the Canada Cup in 1999…was named a provincial high school all-star in 1998…is an active member of the Ticats community initiatives and a key member of the Cops and Cats charity basketball team.