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Bradlee Baladez

  • position Midfield/Forward
  • height 6-1
  • class Sophomore
  • Hometown Dallas, Texas
  • High school Mesquite
  • position Midfield/Forward
  • height 6-1
  • class Sophomore
  • Hometown Dallas, Texas
  • High school Mesquite

Bradlee Baladez Bio

2012-13 Gamecock Spotlight Video

– 2012 Preseason All-Conference USA
– 2011 All-Conference USA First Team
– 2011 NSCAA All-South Second Team
– 2011 Team Brian Winstead Offensive MVP Award
– 2011 Preseason All-Conference USA
– 2010 All-Conference USA Third Team
– 2010 All-Conference USA All-Freshman Team
– 2010 CollegeSoccerNews.com All-Freshman Third Team
– 2010 Team Strength & Conditioning Award
2011 (sophomore)
Started all 19 contests at the striker position, scoring a team-high seven goals, which ranked tied for eighth in Conference USA … Posted five assists, which tied for the team lead, while also leading the team in shots (60), shots on goal (26) and points (19) … Tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals on the year … Named to the C-USA First Team and also garnered NSCAA All-South Second Team honors … Tallied first goal of the season in 3-2 loss at College of Charleston (Aug. 28) … Did not mark the scoreboard for the next six games, but followed with a string of five straight games with one goal, including scores at Memphis (Sept. 24), vs. Tulsa, at UAB (Oct. 4), vs. SMU (Oct. 12) and vs. Marshall (Oct. 15) … Four of those five games marked Gamecock victories, with Baladez collecting game-winning goals vs. Tulsa and at UAB … Also posted an assist vs. Memphis and two vs. Marshall … Posted final goal of the season in 4-3 victory at FIU (Oct. 22) … Earned assist in thrilling 1-0 double overtime victory at No. 16 UCF (Nov. 1) … The win vs. the Knights helped secure a share of the C-USA regular-season title and also gave South Carolina head coach Mark Berson the 450th win of his career … Matched a season high with six shots in NCAA Tournament contest vs. Wake Forest (Nov. 17) … Earned the team’s Brian Winstead Offensive MVP award. 2010 (freshman)
Started all 22 games of his rookie campaign … Named to the All-Conference USA Third Team and the All-Freshman Team … CollegeSoccerNews.com All-Freshman Third Team … Two-time C-USA Player of the week (Oct. 4, Oct. 18) … Tied for second on the team with six goals, while led the team with five game winners … Tied for first in C-USA with five game winners … Tallied 63 shots on the year, including 18 on frame … First career game-winning goal came in 1-0 victory over Yale (Sept. 12) … Scored game winners in back-to-back contests, in 1-0 win at Wake Forest (Sept. 28) and in 3-2 win vs. UAB (Oct. 2) … Posted a season-high six shots vs. Memphis (Oct. 31) … Tallied game winner on golden goal vs. Duke (Nov. 21) in second round of NCAA Tournament … Alongside teammate Vance Benson, was awarded the team’s Strength and Conditioning Award. Pre-College
Two year letterwinner at Mesquite High School … Voted team MVP and Most Outstanding Offensive Player during prep career … Two-time Dallas Morning News Player of the Week during high school career … North Texas ODP team and player pool … U.S. National Team Market Center training … National finalist in the dribble, pass and score competition … Played for the FC Dallas Juniors … 2009 USSF Academy League Regional Finalist … 2010 USSF Academy League National Finalist. Personal
Son of Ruby Berthelette and Lupe Baladez … Major is sociology.

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