Sealy earns third consecutive Defender of the Week award
Argo given honor after recording a career-high nine saves against Union
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – West Florida keeper Ramon Sealy (Bodden Town, Cayman Islands/John Gray HS) earned his third consecutive Gulf South Conference Defender of the Week award for his effort in the men’s soccer team’s 1-1 tie at Union (Tenn.) in double overtime on Sept. 14.
Sealy recorded a career-high nine saves in the game, blocked a penalty kick and held the Bulldogs to one goal in 110 minutes of play.
Sealy is the only player to earn the award this season. His first came on Sept. 4 after holding then-ranked No. 25 Saint Leo to one goal and recording six saves. Last week, he earned it after holding then-ranked No. 17 Rollins to one goal in 45 minutes of play and holding Florida Southern to one goal in 90 minutes.
Sealy is second in the conference with a 1.07 goals against average, second with a .810 save percentage and third with 17 saves on the season. He is second with 4.25 saves per game.
Last season, Sealy earned the award for the first time on Oct. 5, 2011, when he shut out then-ranked No. 24 Saint Leo. In addition, he was named to the All-GSC First Team in 2011 after being ranked second in goals against average in the conference (.55).
The Argos play Christian Brothers on Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. at the UWF soccer fields.
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