32 Brady Williams
|High School:||Upper Arlington|
2008 was the breakout year. Maybe the statistics do not blow away the reader, but Brady's move to midfield had a dramatic impact on our team. Now, opponents have to contend with this quick, shifty, exceptional feeder. His improved play earned him a spot on Man-Up as well, where he consistently made great decisions. Brady was also able to improve his shooting, including an effective low-to-high hammer. Brady again came back this fall in outstanding physical condition, prepared to put an exclamation point on his career...2008: Played in 13 games while earning starts vs. UMass, Vermont and Providence... Scored goals vs. Vermont, Yale and Penn...His nine assists ranked third on the Brown team...Had a goal and two assists vs. Yale...Picked-up seven ground balls...2007: Saw action in nine games for the Bears...2006: Played in seven games for Brown, scoring two goals and registering an assist, while taking just five shots...Also picked-up three ground balls...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Upper Arlington and Avon Old Farms where he lettered in lacrosse (4) and basketball (1)...Team captain at Upper Arlington...High School All-American and MSLA Player of the Year in 2004...Named MVP of the MSLA Tournament...First Team All-Ohio and All-MSLA...Played in the National Senior Showcase All-Star Game...Played in the Ohio Division I senior All-Star Game...All-Western New England selection at Avon Old Farms...Won journalism awards for several writing features...Dean's List student...Personal: The son of Scott and Kimberly Williams of Columbus...Has a brother, Cam, and a sister, Blair... Modern American history concentrator.