Pair of A-Sun Goalkeepers Earn Recognition
Belmont's Ron Gravely's performance at the Soccer for a Cure Classic earned him a spot on College Soccer News' National Team of the Week. <br><i>Courtesy BelmontBruins.com</i>
Belmont's Ron Gravely's performance at the Soccer for a Cure Classic earned him a spot on College Soccer News' National Team of the Week.
Courtesy BelmontBruins.com

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

MACON, Ga. - Two of the Atlantic Sun's top goalkeepers earned accolades as Florida Gulf Coast''s Adam Glick won SoccerFLA.com's Player of the Week and Belmont's Janrai Gravely was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week.

Janrai Gravely, a psychology major, earned two wins, including the seventh shutout of his career, over the weekend at the Soccer For A Cure Classic in Boiling Springs, N.C., hosted by Gardner-Webb to help Belmont win the tournament. He recorded seven saves in Belmont's 1-0 double-overtime victory over Winthrop on Aug. 29 and six saves in the Bruins' 2-1 overtime triumph over Gardner-Webb on Aug. 31. For his efforts, Gravely was named to the All-Tournament team.

Glick, who was named to the 2008 Wolstein Classic All-Tournament Team for his outstanding play, led the Eagles to a 1-1 finish and secured the team a second-place finish in the Bert and Iris Wolstein Classic that also included No. 9 Ohio State, Penn State and University of Central Florida. In a 2-1 heartbreaking loss to No. 9 Ohio State, Glick registered six saves in 90 minutes between the pipes. In the Eagles 1-0 upset win over Penn State, Glick tallied five saves and registered his first shutout of the season.