Aggie soccer player with ties to Brady receives national sport accolades

Texas A&M soccer player Paige Carmichael has been named a National Strength and Conditioning All-American in recognition of her achievement in the development of improved performance through total conditioning. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Carmichael of Austin and the granddaughter of the late Bob and Cotton Carmichael of Brady. “Paige is one of the most intense and determined athletes that I have ever had the pleasure to work with,” A&M strength and conditioning coach Paul Sealey said. “Her work ethic is one of the main reasons she was elected a team captain as a junior. She is always looking to do something extra to make herself and her team better,” he said. Paige finished her junior campaign playing in all 24 of the Aggies’ matches. The Aggies’ co-captain scored one goal and chipped in six assists. Last week, at the team’s annual banquet, Paige was honored as the Iron Aggie for her achievement in the weight room and with the team’s Perseverance Award for her “never say die” attitude, and overcoming all obstacles.”

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