Univer­sity medal for Seguin

The Glengarry News - - Sports On The Glens - Sean Bray

“I was pretty happy; still lots in the tank tho [sic].” That’s how Mart­in­town’s Bren­nan Seguin de­scribes his first ca­reer OUA medal, a pole vault bronze, in his first ever provin­cial univer­sity cham­pi­onship.

The grad­u­ate of Char-Lan DHS is a first-year stu­dent ath­lete at the Univer­sity of Guelph, in the so­ci­ol­ogy pro­gram. At last weekend’s OUA track and field meet in Toronto, Seguin, cleared 4.81 me­tres. The gold and sil­ver-medal­lists both cleared 4.86 m. Seguin’s per­sonal best mark in com­pe­ti­tion this sea­son is 4.87 m.

Guelph won both the OUA men’s and women’s cham­pi­onships. The team of 58 Gryphons col­lected 36 medals.

The 6 ft. 4 in. Seguin will next com­pete at the U-Sports meet (na­tion­als), hosted by the Univer­sity of Man­i­toba, March 7-9. –

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