Van Gylswyk's game winning, last-second field goal and subsequent celebration in the 2015 Vanier Cup will go down as one of the most memorable sporting moments in UBC's history. Van Gylswyk has professional power in his right leg, as displayed by his 43.9 yard punting average and 86% field goal percentage in his UBC career. He battled a bit of inconsistency in his first professional season, but with his kicking power and U SPORTS resume, Van Gylswyk looks destined to have a long professional career.
UBC Recruiting Coordinator and Special Teams Coach Paul Orazietti's take on Van Gylswyk: "It was obvious to all who saw Quinn kick, years before he kicked the Vanier Cup game winner, that he had a huge leg. As a UBC recruit we knew he would be a pro if he could become more consistent in his kicking, as power was never an issue. Over Quinn's time at UBC he put the time in and developed a level of reliability and consistency that allowed him to make the jump to the CFL. Now with even more kicking expertise he is poised to have a great CFL career."