Seligman was a guard on Washington & Lee University's (Virginia) football team in the late 1920s. A member of the school's wrestling team, Seligson was named captain as a junior in 1928 and lost only one match over a two-year period.
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Seligman was named All-South Atlantic and All-Virginia in 1929 while playing at Washington & Lee. He was a lone bright spot for the Generals, who had a combined record of 11-15-2 during his three-year career.
Seligman played guard at Washington & Lee from 1927-1929.
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Washington Post, March 13, 1927