|High School:||St. Thomas Aquinas|
GNAC All- Tournament (2011)
GNAC Honor Roll: 10/3/2011
2011: Played in 19 games with 18 starts as the Monks’ primary goalkeeper…showed great improvement after working out with New England Revolution keeper Matt Reis over the summer…went 11-5 with five shutouts and led the conference with a 1.02 goals against average over 1594:05 of play between the posts…faced 96 shots and posted 78 saves for a corresponding .812 save percentage…made five saves and earned a shutout victory in his first collegiate start – a 1-0 victory over Salve Regina on September 2nd…blanked Anna Maria College with four stops in a 3-0 win on September 25th…tallied a season-high 10 saves to help the Monks post a 2-1 victory over GNAC-rival Suffolk University on September 28th…went on to notch shutouts versus Worcester State, Emerson College and Suffolk…allowed just two goals while playing all 270 minutes in three GNAC Tournament victories en route to earning GNAC All-Tournament Team honors…allowed just one goal while making five saves in a 1-0 setback at the hands of Trinity College in the NCAA Tournament on November 12th…collected GNAC Weekly Honor Roll mention on October 3rd…selected as the team’s Most Improved Player award recipient.
2010: Played in four contests as a freshman…notched 55 minutes in goal with three saves and a goal allowed…posted a 1.64 goals against average and a .750 save percentage.
High School: Played three years of varsity soccer for Scott Suleski at St. Thomas Aquinas High School…made the quarterfinals his first year, made the championship game his second year, and the third year made the semi-final game…listed on the Foster's Dream Team as a junior and All-State Honorable Mention as a senior…finished with 19 career shutouts..played four years of varsity hockey for Chris Plummer at St. Thomas Aquinas High School…made the D1 quarterfinals his junior and senior year and was the top goal-scorer and point leader as a senior…also played two years of varsity baseball for Marc Schoff… made the championship his junior year and made the semifinals as a senior…earned All-State Honorable Mention honors as a senior.
Personal: Personal: Kenneth Dean Grade III, born on September 3, 1991 in Stoneham, Mass…son of Kenneth Dean Grade, Jr…majoring in Criminal Justice.
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