2017 Chatham-Kent Male Athlete of the Year: Brendan Seys

Brendan Seys

Brendan Seys is Chatham-Kent’s 2017 Male Athlete of the Year – Photo by Wayne State Athletics

After more than three weeks of voting, the Chatham-Kent Sports Network readers have selected Brendan Seys as the 2017 Chatham-Kent Male Athlete of the Year.

Brendan Seys, a golfer, took 37% of the vote over the three week selection for this award.

A Port Lambton resident, Seys attended Ursuline College in Chatham, and is a member at Maple City Country Club in Chatham.

Seys is in his sophomore season with the Wayne State University Warrios men’s golf team.

Seys won three tournaments as a sophomore in the Fall season, including the Kyle Ryman Memorial, Bucknell Invitational, and the GLIAC North Invitational.

To close out the Spring season early in 2017, Seys was named GLIAC Freshman of the Year and to the All-GLIAC Second Team.

The runner-up for Chatham-Kent’s Male Athlete of the Year is Thamesville’s Brady Hogg. Hogg, who took 27% of the vote, was MVP at the Canadian U18 National Championships, winning gold, was also named to Canada’s National Junior Softball Team.

Congratulations to all of the nominees, including runner up Brady Hogg, Final Four nominees Joseph Raaymakers and Grayson Ladd, and CKSN’s 2017 Chatham-Kent Male Athlete of the Year, Brendan Seys.

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