In 2005, Mazurak began his first season with the Green and White as head of the team’s Sales and Marketing department. Mazurak’s skills and talents have been utilized to maintain the
strong relationships the organization has with the local and provincial business community. In 2006, he was instrumental in solidifying the stadium naming rights sponsorship with Mosaic Canada.
From 2000 to 2005 Steve owned his own telecommunications business in Winnipeg prior to accepting his current position with the Roughriders. Prior to that, he spent 10 years at Rogers Wireless as the Senior Director of National Sales and Distribution.
During his playing career, Mazurak was one of the true hard-hat, bring-your-lunch-box-to-work type of Canadian receivers many teams long for. He played wide receiver and slotback for the Riders from 1973 to 1981. His athleticism and tenacity allowed him to make great catches over the middle and help lead the team offensively. Mazurak, a native of Regina, began playing with the Regina Rams before attending the University of North Dakota on a scholarship. He played in the 1976 Grey Cup game and the 1977 and 1978 CFL all-star games while with the Green and White. Mazurak was one of the Roughriders’ team captains from 1977 to ’80 and was a nominee for Outstanding Canadian Player as well.
Mazurak and his wife Heather make Regina their year-round home.