KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Justin grady and Oscar Haynes Brown men’s soccer from GW have won all-region honors from the United Soccer Coaches.
Second-year goaltender, Grady was selected in the All-Southeast region first team, while Haynes Brown secured a spot in the All-Southeast region second team forward.
Both were recognized for their excellent play leading the Buff and Blue to their first Atlantic 10 final since 2011 this spring. This is the first time since 2007, when Abimbola Pedro and Andy Stadler were recognized that the program had won several winners from all regions.
Grady was excellent at net in his second season, leading a nationally ranked defensive unit. The Wyncote, Pa. Native finished with 41 overall saves, 0.65 goals against average and 0.854 save percentage after giving up just seven goals in 10 games. He recorded five shutouts, including a 1-0 shutout against seeded Dayton in the A-10 Championship.
Grady has been the program’s first all-region first-team pick since 2009. He has previously been honored on the All-10 Second Team and the Conference All-Championship squad.
Haynes Brown was Buff and Blue’s top scorer in a return to high scoring form after missing most of the 2019 season with injury. The senior from London, England has scored five goals in eight appearances, finishing tied for the conference lead with 0.62 points per game.
It’s the first nod of any region for Haynes Brown, who is twice picked by the first team of all A-10 conferences. He has been a regular source of offense throughout his college career, scoring 49 points via 22 goals and five assists in 34 career games.