CAMDEN, N.J. (Nov. 28, 2018) – Rutgers University-Camden men's soccer goalkeeper James Brett
finished his stellar four-year career earlier in November, but he is still adding accolades to his impressive resume.
Brett, who captured his second career honor as the New Jersey Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year last month, has been named to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Men's All-South Atlantic Region Second Team
Brett played in 87 games during his stellar four-year Scarlet Raptor career, logging 7,704:55 minutes in goal, second on the program's all-time list. He also finished second in wins, closing with a 42-32-12 record, second in shots faced (1,211), third in saves (450) and fourth in shutouts (18). He finished his career with a 1.19 goals-against average and a .815 save percentage.
Brett was named to the NJAC First Team as the conference's Goalkeeper of the Year during both his sophomore and senior seasons. He was NJAC Honorable Mention as a freshman, when he also was the NSCAA College Division III Player of the Week (Nov. 10, 2015) and captured both NJAC Second Team and ECAC All-Tournament Team honors as a junior in 2017.
This season, Brett was named the NJAC Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 1. As a sophomore, Brett added NJAC Defensive Player of the Week and ECAC Div. III Metro Defensive Player of the Week honors on Sept. 19 and 20, 2016, respectively. He was a three-time NJAC Defensive Player of the Week as a freshman in 2015 (Sept. 14, Nov. 2 and Nov. 9), while adding two honors as the ECAC Div. III Metro Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 3 and Nov. 10). He also earned a berth on the Cialella Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team (Sept. 12-13, 2015).
Rutgers-Camden reached the NJAC playoffs in three of Brett's four seasons, winning the conference title in 2015 and advancing to the second round of the NCAA playoffs. The last three years, the Scarlet Raptors qualified for the ECAC Men's Soccer Championship, reaching the quarterfinals twice and playing in the 2017 championship game.
During Brett's career, Rutgers-Camden posted an overall record of 48-32-12.