1 Paul Grandstrand
1 Paul Grandstrand
Height: 6-3
Weight: 195
Year: Junior
Hometown: Orono, MN
High School: Breck School
Position: GK

2009: First Team All-Ivy goalkeeper ... Competed in 18 games  and was 10-3-5 on the year, which included five shutouts ... Played 1707:54 minutes and allowed 15 goals (0.79 gaa) and tallied 55 saves (.786 save pct).

2008: Saw action in nine games and received eight starts in goal ... Played 724:18 minutes and allowed 12 goals (1.49 gaa) ... Combined for 21 saves for a .636 save percentage ... Went 3-5 overall and posted three shutouts.

2007: Named the Ivy League's Rookie of the Year, and was a Second Team All-Ivy goalkeeper ... Owned an undefeated 10-0-1 overall record in regular season play ... Received his first collegiate start against then #5 Santa Clara where he picked up six saves in Bruno's 2-1 upset over the Broncos ... Played 1102:29 minutes and has allowed just 10 goals ... Tallied 43 saves and earned a .811 save percentage ... Posted a career-high eight saves in Brown's overtime win over Harvard (10/13) ...Recorded five shutouts ... Received Ivy League Player of the Week honors three times (10/8, 10/15, 10/29) ... Ended the season with a 10-1-1 record.

Before Brown: A team captain at Breck School, Grandstand was named All-Region in 2006 and was a two-time All-State selection...A two-time All-Conference honoree, he was named 2006 Minnesota Mr. Soccer, and was his team's Most Valuable Player...He was an All-State goalkeeper in 2006 and was named to the All-State Pioneer Press team as well as to the All-Metro Star Tribune team...Helped his team to a 2005 State Class A Championship, while being named as an All-State defender...An honor roll student, Grandstand was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars, received the Academics, Athletics & Arts award, and was nominated by the NSHSS to participate in the 2006 Word Scholar Athlete Games.

Concentration at Brown: Engineering

Career Stats: 37 Games, 3534:41 min., 0.94 GAA, 119 saves, ..763 save %, 13 SHO, 23-9-6 record.