The quintessential student-athlete, Dr. Doug Naudie was a tremendous leader and contributor to the Selwyn House community during his five years at the school. He starred in football, hockey and rugby for the Gryphons, while being highly accomplished academically. A prefect who received the 1988 Jeffrey Russell Prize as the graduate with the best all-around ability in his class, he went on to leave his mark at both John Abbott College and McGill University. A stellar football and hockey player for John Abbott, he was the recipient of the prestigious Jeff Mills trophy, the College's highest honour for a student-athlete.
At McGill, he amassed numerous awards for his work both on and off the field. In 1992 alone, he was named a First-Team All-Canadian, received the Russ Jackson Trophy as the student-athlete who best combines academics and leadership, and won the Friends of McGill Football trophy as the most outstanding defensive player on the team. He was named an Academic All-Canadian and a Principal's Student-athlete honouree in each of his three seasons, and served as team captain during his final campaign in 1993.
After hanging up his football cleats, he went on to complete his degree in medicine at McGill.
He practices as an orthopaedic surgeon and a member of the faculty at the University of Western Ontario.