YORK, PA – York College senior volleyball outside hitter Eryn Brady has earned Google Cloud Academic All-District IV honors as announced by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) on Thursday.
Brady is now a three-time All-District honoree and she will now be eligible to earn a spot on the national team. The Academic All-America program honors student-athletes who are at least a sophomore and owns a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or above while they also must be a significant contributor to their respective teams. The Academic All-America program dates back to 1952 and has honored thousands of deserving student-athletes from numerous sports across all divisions with these Academic All-America scholar-athlete honors.
Brady is a fantastic student as she owns a perfect 4.0 GPA as a senior secondary education – social studies major at YCP. She is a six-time member of the York College Dean's List. She is one of two players in District IV to have a 4.0 GPA.
Brady concluded her stellar career with a strong year as the Spartans went 20-9 with a third place finish in the Capital Athletic Conference. Brady played in and started all 29 games for the Spartans. She hit .200 with 203 kills in 644 attempts. She added 46 digs, 57 total blocks and 237.5 points.
Brady had six matches with double digits in kills including a season-high 17 kills in the October 13 win against Pitt-Bradford. She had 10 matches in which she hit .300 or better including a season-high .500 against Eastern Nazarene. Brady tied a school record with five solo blocks in the October 10 home win over Dickinson.
For her career, Brady played in 119 matches with 882 kills, 2680 attack attempts, a .218 attack percentage, 190 digs, 246 blocks including 43 solo blocks and 1,044.5 career points.
Brady is the daughter of Phil and Deborah Brady and hails from King of Prussia, PA. She was one of six Spartan seniors for the 2018 campaign.