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Harrison Bramhall Leads Wheaton to Best Season

 

Harrison Bramhall '10 (Barrington, R.I.) is a sophomore Goalkeeper for the Lyons of Wheaton College.  This past season the Lyons had a program record 11 wins.  They finished the season with an overall record of 11-5, 5-1 in conference.  Lyons made it to the Pilgram League Championship, however dropped the contest to Springfield College 11-4.  First year head coach, Jamie Lockard was awarded Pilgram League Coach of the Year.  However, the 5'10" Harrison had a remarkable season that was a major contribution to the success of the Lyons.  Bramhall was given the special award of Pilgram League Player of the Year.  During the 2012 campaign he managed to compile 202 saves.  This ranks him third all time in the program's history.  He was 2nd in the league in Save %, with a .645%.  This ranks him fourth in the program's history, and ninth in all of NCAA.  He was 3rd in the league in Goals Against with an average of 7.41.  This 7.41 GAA also puts him atop of the Wheaton record books as this is a Wheaton Single Season Record.  

Congrats on your amazing season Harrison, and best of luck in the remainder of your career as a Lyon. 

Posted by on Thursday May, 10, 2012 at 10:08AM

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