Burlington recruit feels at home with Guelph

Burlington offensive lineman joins OUA team’s 2016 class.

From the moment Matt Krzysztalowicz considered one CIS school, it felt just right.

Consequently, the 6’2, 300 pound offensive lineman from Burlington, Ontario signed with the Guelph Gryphons.  Krzysztalowicz will join the team for the 2016 OUA season.

“I choose Guelph was that it felt like home it had a family and community sense that everyone one is there to help everyone,” expressed Krzysztalowicz of his decision.  “As well, it’s far enough that I get the university feel but close enough for me to come home for the weekends.”

“Also, [Offensive Line] Coach Mike Macdonald was a huge deciding factor as he is the best mentor and coach any player can have. I’ve been to a few visits and the way he interacts with his players is a father-son bond opposed to player-coach. The football has been in the rising as I’ve been following Guelph’s football since grade 10 so I’ve seen what the coach’s are able to and accomplish with this year winning the Yates cup the program it self is prestigious as they as always looking to improve the most detailed of things”

Matt K 2 commitment

 

Among the teams Krzysztalowicz has suited up for during his career include Notre Dame Fighting Irish of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA) and Burlington Stampeders of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

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