Bodden Town keeper Ramon Sealy must be one of the best stoppers in the United States college soccer system after winning the defender of the week title for the fifth time this season.
It is also the seventh time in his career that the University of West Florida keeper was named Gulf South Conference defender of the week. Sealy, 21, earned the award after making four saves in the West Florida’s 1-1 draw against Union on Saturday.
He now ties with former Montevallo goalkeepers Melford James Jr. and Raven Keet for the league record.
Sealy, who is a Cayman Islands national side, has only played nine times this season for the Argonauts which makes his five awards all the more incredible. He is averaging 1.00 goals allowed per game with a .765 save percentage and both marks lead the league.
West Florida travel this weekend for their final regular season away games, facing Christian Brothers on Friday and Delta State on Sunday.