Trainor takes top athletic honour

Connor Trainor

Connor Trainor, recipient of the 70th Dr. Claude Brown Memorial Trophy, with Ted Hessel, President of the W Club. Photo taken by: Piotr Angiel

Western Engineering News | April 19, 2013

Western Engineering rugby player Conor Trainor's athletic career was honoured at the 2012-13 Western Mustangs Athletic Awards Banquet at the London Convention Centre.

Trainor capped off his five year Mustangs career by winning the 70th Dr. Claude Brown Memorial Trophy.

This award is presented to an athlete judged to have made the greatest contribution to intercollegiate athletics within the university during their time at Western.

Playing five seasons for the Mustangs, Trainor helped lead Western to four consecutive OUA Finals appearances, including winning the OUA Championship in 2011.

A two-time OUA All-Star and OUA Finals MVP, Trainor also has impressed on the international stage, playing for Canada’s senior national team at events such as the Commonwealth and Pan Am Games.