Logan Seaman

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Water Polo experience

Titans:
I Love Water Polo Program 1999-2002
14U Ontario Provincial Championships 2003 - Gold
14U Ontario Provincial Championships 2004 - Gold
16U Ontario Provincial Championships 2005 - Gold
16U Ontario Provincial Championships 2006 – Gold
16U  Canadian National Championships 2007 – 5th place
18U Ontario Provincial Championships 2007 - Gold
18U Canadian National Championships 2007 – 4th place
National Development Center 2007-2008
18U Ontario Provincial Championship 2008 - Gold
18U Canadian National Championships 2008 – Gold (Assistant Captain)
Titans Board of Directors – Athlete Representative 2008-2012

Team Ontario:
2006: Los Angeles, California; Vancouver, British Colombia
2007: Alphen, Netherlands; Zeist, Netherlands
2008: Budapest, Hungary (Team Captain)
 
Carleton Ravens:
2008 OUA Championships – Silver
2009 OUA Championships – Silver
2010 OUA Championships – 4th Place (Assistant Captain)
2011 OUA Championships – Gold (Team Captain)

Awards :

  • 2008 Defensive Player of the Year,
  • 2008 Team of the Year (Titans, Ottawa Sports Awards),
  • 2006 Sportsmanship Award,
  • 2008 OUA All Star Team,
  • 2009 Alumni Award,
  • 2010 MVP,
  • 2011 Alumni Award,
  • 2011 Team of the Year (Ottawa Sports Awards)

Since graduating from Titans, Logan has pursued a degree in neuroscience at Carleton University, where he has received numerous academic and athletic accolades. For his honours thesis, he studied the role of various hormones in the development of obesity. In the winter of his third year, he participated in a biological field expedition to Antarctica, and has since given public presentations on polar science. In 2011 he began working on a business venture which strives to develop and deliver agricultural technologies to produce higher yielding crops in famine stricken regions of the world. In 2012 he spent 5 weeks in Kenya, where he worked in a hospital assisting on surgeries and patient care. He currently plays water polo recreationally, and hopes to pursue graduate studies in medicine while continuing to develop his agricultural technology business.