Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Andy Brandt Atlanta Fire Alpharetta GA
High School N/A
Position
Primary Position Center
Secondary Positions RW, LW
Athlete
PMIN MIN GS GP
Career 40 - 55 78
Season 32 - 46 50
offense
SOG SHG SHA SH % Pts PPG PPA GWG GTG GPG G FO % APG A
Career - - - - 64 7 18 7 14 - 24 - - 40
Season - - - - 44 4 15 4 10 - 16 - - 28
Physical Attributes
Shoots Bench Press (max)
R 150
Ice Hockey Additional

Captain - Atlanta Fire U16AAA USPHL Futures 2014/2015

U16AAA/USPHL Futures player 2014/2015 Atlanta Fire
U16AAA/NAPHL player 2013/2014 Atlanta Fire

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Marist School
School City
Atlanta
School State
GA
Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Patty Montague
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
190
School Size
1084
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
-
Major Category
Engineering
Major
Civil Engineering, General
Major Category
Physical Sciences
Major
Chemistry, General
Major Category
Mathematics
Major
Computational and Applied Mathematics
Other Academic Information
10th grade - AP European History (4) 11th grade - AP Chemistry 11th grade - AP US History 12th grade - AP Art History 12th grade - AP Economics National Honor Society Spanish Honor Society Honor Roll/Dean List - 9, 10, 11
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Personal


First Name
Brandon
Last Name
Price
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
6'
Weight
165
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

See my updated profile on NCSA.
http://recruit-match.ncsasports.org/clientrms/athletes/1448155

My name is Brandon Price. I am a rising Senior at Marist School in Atlanta Georgia. I am left handed, 6'0" tall and weigh 165 pounds.

I am a non-traditional Ice Hockey player in that I did not grow up playing ice hockey or even skating. I was a top ranked 12 & under tennis player who decided I would much rather play a team sport. So at 12, I took skating lessons, played house league for 2 years, then played one year of Bantam A, and then 2 years of U16AAA (NAPHL 2013/14 & USPHL 2014/15) hockey. For the 2015-2016 season I will be playing for the Atlanta Fire U18AAA (NJPHL) team.

My dream has been to be able to play college hockey at a high level while obtaining a first class education at a university with an Engineering or Sciences based academic program. I am a very strong student and I play Ice Hockey and Varsity Tennis. During my sophomore and junior year, I was able to move up and play Tier 1/AAA level hockey. I think of myself as a solid athlete who is a "student of the game", teachable and focused on skills, strategy and execution. I consider myself a leader first; I think every team needs leaders that are focused on communication, execution of our strategies and awareness of what the opponent is attempting to do to circumvent us.

I am one of four boys in my family. My oldest brother is an NCAA D1 swimmer majoring in Mechanical Engineering at Cal Poly. My second oldest brother attends Emory University; he was a top ranked Juniors and High School tennis player and now is an avid rock climber/mountaineer who leads climbs and expeditions. My younger brother is a rising 9th grader who also plays Bantam AA ice hockey and is a very talented musician.

As a student athlete and leader I intend to do my part on and off the ice to help my team to success.

Other:

Marist Varsity Tennis Team (3 Year Varsity Letterman, 2015 Impact Player, 2015 Team Chaplin)
- 2015 Georgia State High School 4A Tennis Champions (3 Singles)
- 2014 Georgia State High School 4A Tennis Champions (3 Singles)
- 2013 Georgia State High School 4A Tennis Round of 16 (3 Singles)

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Atlanta Fire U16AAA Team Captain 2014/2015 Season

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.
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Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Various Marist Service Projects 2010 - 2015
- Sheltering Arms (over 10 hours)
- The Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception - Homeless Shelter (over 6 hours)
- Tutoring Programs
- Atlanta Habitat for Humanity (8 hours)
June 2014 - Hearts in Action, The Jungle School, Flores, Guatemala
- 2 weeks service

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Blog Posts


April Update
April 1, 2015
Well Spring is here in Atlanta. Hockey is over for the Atlanta Fire 16U AAA team and I am making plans for my Sr. year of high school and U18 tryouts. Academically I have a lot on my plate the next...