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Shrewsbury resident competes in national triathlon championship

UMass senior Brian Boisvert competes in a triathlon. Photo/submitted

UMass senior Brian Boisvert competes in a triathlon.
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Shrewsbury – Brian McCauley Boisvert from Shrewsbury competed in the Collegiate National Triathlon Championship at Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz., April 5. Representing the University of Massachusetts (UMass) at Amherst, Boisvert competed along with other college athletes representing 48 states.?Competing in his sixth triathlon, and accomplishing a personal best, he ends his college career on a high note.?Boisvert will graduate May 9 from UMass Eisenberg School of Management with a degree in business management.?He plans to move to New York City where he will continue to pursue his love of marathons and a career in the fashion industry.? Brian is the son of Maribeth and Rick Lynch from Shrewsbury and Roland and Tammie Boisvert, also from Shrewsbury.

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1 Comment for “Shrewsbury resident competes in national triathlon championship”

  1. Well done Brian, and congratulations on a personal best as well.

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