Brandon Corday, Wings alumnus/coach, was inducted into his college’s Hall of Fame this fall. Corday attended Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania where he played Forward and Midfield. Graduating in 2008, Corday finished his collegiate career with 34 goals and 25 assists. He was the only player in conference history to be named Conference Player of the Year and First Team All-American in back to back seasons. Brandon was also a four-time All-Centennial Conference first team and Mid-Atlantic all-region selection. Brandon is still his college's all-time leader in assists. He went on to play professional soccer in the National Premier Soccer and Major Indoor Soccer leagues. Brandon’s advice to current Wings players is “set challenging but attainable goals. Continue to train your weaknesses and not only your strengths. Stay focused and take every opportunity as a learning experience, even the difficult ones. Strive to be better than your peers in every facet of the game.” Congratulations to Brandon on his incredible career and on being inducted into Franklin and Marshall’s Hall of Fame!
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