Local student to compete on NBC’s show ‘American Ninja Warrior’

Apr 16, 2014

One of Delaware Valley College’s graduate students, Sean Galiczynski, of Ivyland, Pa., in Bucks County, has been accepted to compete on the NBC show “American Ninja Warrior."  He will appear in the sixth season of the show, which starts Monday, May 26 at 9 p.m. The show will air through Sept. 15 with competitors tackling a series of challenging obstacle courses across the U.S. The grand prize is $500,000.

“My brother has been on the show in past seasons, so, I’m following in his footsteps,” said Galiczynski. “I wanted to do something competitive and stay in shape.”

Competitors will be going for the title of “American Ninja Warrior.” People competing in this season include: school teachers, students, firemen, current and former members of the military, amateur sports enthusiasts, and even a few Olympic medalists.

Meet him and check out his entry video:

Galiczynski, is currently working on his master’s degree in counseling psychology. He is also a certified Stop The Hate trainer and graduate assistant in the College’s health services office.

As a counseling student, he is currently enrolled in Dr. Audrey Ervin’s GCP 6090 Advanced Multicultural Counseling course. As part of a group presentation he created this powerful spoken word video about race in the United States, “Our Sketch.”