The Cayman Islands could have done with Ramon Sealy in goal for their latest two World Cup qualifiers, but he couldn’t get away for international duty from college football in Florida – and his contributions proved invaluable for the University of West Florida.
The team opened the Gulf South Conference season against Ouachita Baptist and Harding. The Argonauts went 5-0 last season in conference play and defeated Baptist 1-0 and Harding 2-0 on the opening weekend.
Sealy, 20, has been solid in goal for the University of West Florida and leads in the Gulf South Conference in goals against average posting a .081 average. He also ranks second in save percentage posting an .818 percentage.
He was named last week’s Defender of the Week in the conference, posting two shutouts over Montevallo (0-) and No. 24 Saint Leo (3-0). Sealy is a fine all-rounder. He not only keeps for Bodden Town, he has been known to play outfield too. He is also a talented cricketer, excelling with bat and behind the wicket as keeper.