The Tigers have captured the signature of Brady Zomer from Hamilton High School.
Brady is the son of Greg and Renee Holstege and brother to Minae Zomer. The 6’2 midfield player was a two time captain for Hamilton starting every game on varsity, netting 18 goals and adding 22 assists. Brady also played basketball, 2 years of baseball, and has ran track his junior and senior year as well as winning the Dual Athlete Award while playing soccer, football, basketball, and track in this his senior year. He has earned soccer awards including All-Conference Honorable Mention, All-District, All-Area, and All-County. For track Brady earned All-Conference, Regional Meet, and Individual State honors. “Brady is a fantastic athlete. He is a tremendous addition to this team. He is a versatile player who can play across the midfield as well as up top. Brady has the ability to create and is explosive. His pace and physical attributes are things we will benefit from. Aside from playing, Brady is one of the most genuine young men I have had the privilege to recruit. He has leadership qualities and great aspirations for not only soccer here at Grace but for life. His parents Greg and Renee are wonderful people and they can be proud of Brady as we are thrilled to have him here at Grace,” commented Coach Buchanan. Brady stated, “I am thankful for the support I have been given by my parents and would not be where I am without them, they have been there every step of the way. Both of Grandparents are a huge part of my life and have tremendous involvement in shaping me in to the person I am today. Coaches have had a huge impact on my life as well such as Kevin Spotts, Brant Haverdink, Mat Rehkopf, Josh Hoppe, and Ted Malefyt. The teacher who has had the biggest impact on me and who changed my outlook on my life and always been here for me is Jacquie Johr. I am looking forward to this next chapter in my life and it is a very exciting time.”