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Graduated in 2014 with a B.A. in strategic communications

2014: 19 gp, 19 gs, 4 g, 1 asst, 9 pts, 54 sh, .074 sh%, 10 SOG, .185 SOG%, 1 GWG Named Tournament MVP and to All-Tournament Team of Aaron Olitsky Memorial Classic in Charleston, S.C. (Aug. 29, 31)

2013: 24 gp, 21 gs, 4 g, 3 asst, 11 pt, 35 sh, .114 sh%, 12 SOG, .343 SOG%, 1 GWG ... Scored a goal at No. 2 Washington, also assisting Chase Hanson's first career goal, in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament (11/24) ... assisted the second goal on the Redhawks side by Shane Mahvi in the 4-3 victory over Kansas City (11/3) ... Scored the only goal in the 1-1 tie against Air Force (10/25) ... Named Featured Student-Athlete of the Week for the week of Sept. 30-Oct. 6 ... scored second goal of the match in team's 4-0 shutout at San Jose State (Oct. 5) ... scored game-winning goal vs. Florida Gulf Coast (9/22) ... recorded two shots and one assist on Michael Roberts' game-tying goal at Delaware (9/1) ... co-captain with Renato Bandeira of 2013 squad

2012: Played in 14 matches ... scored three goals ... provided two assists ... tallied eight total points ... fired 20 shots, seven on goal ... earned start at San Jose (11/3) ... earned start at Air Force (10/19) ... scored in only shot attempted in start versus CSU Bakersfield (10/14) ... fired two shots, one shot on goal in start versus UNLV (10/12) ... tallied four shots, one on goal, one assist and scored one goal as a sub versus CSU Bakersfield (10/7) ... earned started at UNLV (10/5) ... saw one shot in start versus San Jose State (9/30) ... tallied two shots, one on frame in start at #20 Washington (9/23) ... assisted Kosaka's second goal and notched one shot in start, win versus Portland (9/21) ... fired two shots, one on target in start versus #6 UC Santa Barbara (9/16) ... scored one goal on two shots, one on goal at Nebraska Omaha ... earned start at Sacramento State (9/5) ... fired two shots in start at Gonzaga (8/26) ... took three shots, one on frame in start versus Cal Poly (8/24)

2010: Started at midfielder in victory at CS Bakersfield  (11/7) ... came in off the bench to fire two shots versus Denver (10/31) ... scored second goal of the season in the 56th minute versus Air Force (10/29) ... saw minutes off the bench versus Sacramento State (10/10) ...

started and attempted three shots versus San Jose State (10/8) ... had two shots versus Cal State Bakersfield (10/3) ... attempted three shots, including two on goal in start versus Portland (9/26) … took two shots on goal at Washington (9/24) …  scored game-winning goal against UC Davis(9/19) …  saw sub minutes against Central Arkansas (9/17) … came off the bench to take a shot versus Michigan (9/12) …  assisted Kyle Peterman’s goal versus Gonzaga (9/10) … attempted one shot on goal at Southern Methodist (9/6) …  started at defender against Tulsa (9/4).

MARYSVILLE-PILCHUCK HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Marysville-Pilchuck High school ... a four-year varsity starter ... helped lead the Tomahawks to their first state appearance since 1985 and a fourth place finish his junior year ... his senior year was awarded Seattle Times All-Area and WESCO North MVP and leading goal scorer ... awarded first team all-state, second team all-state, two-time all-area first team, two-time first team All-Wesco and two-time honorable mention ... also participated in JV tennis and basketball.

CLUB/NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: Played for Snohomish United from 2004-10 and Washington ODP in 2006-08 ... team captain from 2004-10 ... helped lead team to a state championship in 2010, followed by a third place finish in regionals.

PERSONAL: Full name is Brady James Ballew, born July 3, 1992 in Everett, Wash. ... youngest son of Jim and MaryAnn Ballew ... has two older brothers, Ben and Jeff ... member of National Honors Society in high school ... currently majoring in strategic communications
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