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Bill Steenson
Position: Hall of Fame, class of 1976
Hometown: Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Alma Mater: UND, 1959
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Bill Steenson, Hall of Fame bio
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 06/17/2011

Bill Steenson, a native of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, was a three-time All-American on defense for UND. Steenson was known for his size, but considered one of the most able defenseman in UND history.

Steenson served as captain of the 1958-59 team, leading UND to its first NCAA national championship. The defenseman 14 points (three goals, 11 assists) in 23 games that season.

Steenson ended his career with 12 goals, 33 assists and 45 points. He was elected in the UND athletics Hall of Fame in 1976.