BRISA GUZMAN-SANCHEZ is transferring from Cal State Fullerton after two seasons

The 2016 nationally ranked 100-meter hurdler Brisa Guzman-Sanchez has decided to transfer from Cal State Fullerton after two seasons as a Titan.
By: SoCalTrackTalk
Brisa Guzman-Sanchez during hurdle training 2018
Brisa Guzman-Sanchez during hurdle training 2018
NORTHRIDGE, Calif. - July 18, 2018 - PRLog -- Guzman-Sanchez, the 2016 top-ranked hurdler from Alemany High School released a statement to @SoCalTrackTalk announcing her choice to leave Cal State Fullerton as a sophomore.

"I have decided to transfer from Cal State Fullerton," Guzman-Sanchez said in the statement. "Thanks to Coach Elders and his staff for giving me the opportunity to be a student athlete at CSUF. I wish him and the team nothing but success. At this time I will be transferring to CSUN to run hurdles under Coach Lawrence Johnson."

The choice was made by Brisa due to personal reasons. An athlete must feel the support of the coaching staff. This is what is felt with new Coach Johnson at CSUN. Brisa wants to be closer to her family in Northridge for her last two season running D1 in the Big West conference.

After training off season with American 110 hurdle record holder Dominique Arnold her times dropped as she finished the season with a new season best. It's that experience that supported her choice to make the final transfer to CSUN.

Brisa is a co-subject in a new feature documentary (STR8 2 ST8) that follows her and her brother "All-conference 110HH Champion" Mason Guzman-Sanchez. The film is in final post production now. Planned release in early 2019.

Clockman Vision PR
Email:*** Email Verified
Tags:Hurdles, Ncaa, Brisa Guzman-Sanchez
Location:Northridge - California - United States
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse

Like PRLog?
Click to Share