Potomac State’s Lee named NJCAA 1st Team All-American
Colorado Springs, Colorado- The 2014 NJCAA Division I and Division III Men’s Soccer All-America teams were released on Tuesday. To no one’s surprise who saw Potomac State College play the last two seasons, the Catamounts garnered a player on the 1st team.
Brandon Lee, PSC’s leading scorer was named a NJCAA Division III 1st Team All-American.
Lee, from Brisbane Australia becomes just the second Potomac State player to be named 1st team Men’s Soccer All-American in school history. In 2007, James Stapleton was awarded the honor.
The high scoring sophomore led the Catamounts this season with 25 goals scored and 3 assists for a total of 53 points in 13 games played. Lee’s numbers figured to be much better, but an ankle injury slowed him for much of the second half of the season.
The humble Lee, basically re-wrote the PSC record book in his two years at the Keyser, WV school scoring a total of 50 goals and nine assists. Eleven of those goals turned out to be the game-winner for the Catamounts.
Potomac State Men’s Soccer has experienced a high level revival of success under Head Coach Ray Kiddy. Kiddy will have big shoes to fill next season as the high-flying Lee finished many of the Catamounts runs as he led PSC to a combined record of 25-10-2 the past two seasons.
“Brandon is a special player”, said Kiddy. “You don’t get the opportunity to coach one like him very often. We are proud of his success here at Potomac State and know he will be successful at the next level as well.”
For complete NJCAA Men’s Soccer All-Americans click here.