South Carolina and Clemson met on the soccer field to open the 2006 season on Aug. 25.
SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll, 2005-06
SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll, 2006-07, 2007-08
Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll, 2005-06, 2006-07
Conference USA Academic Honor Roll, 2007-08
Saw action in 15 contests ... Tallied first career goal in 3-1 Gamecock victory at Florida International (Oct. 7) ... Also contributed one assist for the year ... Assist came in regular-season finale victory against Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... Tallied six shots ... Named to the C-USA Academic Honor Roll ... Also named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Saw action in 12 matches and started two times ... Sidelined for most of the month of October with a knee injury ... Returned to play in the Conference USA Tournament opener against UAB (Nov. 1) ... Member of the Conference USA Honor Roll and the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Developed into a spark off the South Carolina bench ... Appeared in 14 matches ... Made the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll and the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Lettered five years in soccer at Cardinal Newman ... Named to The State newspaper's All-Area team his last four seasons ... Led his team in scoring in each of the last four years as well, amassing 50 goals and 67 assists ... Helped Cardinal Newman to a SCISA runner-up finish in 2001 ... Cardinal Newman advanced to the state semifinals (2002-05) ... Named to the SCISA All-Region team ... Played club soccer for the Northeast Columbia Soccer Association where he participated on two state championship teams ... Finished his club career in the Premier League with the St. Giles United U-18 team ... Also played for the `86 South Carolina Olympic Development team and the Greenville Lions Super Y Team ... Nominated for the Wendy's High School Heisman Award ... Active in National Honor Society and many other high school clubs ... An honor roll student.
Born April 3, 1986 ... Parents are Mark and Carole Williams ... Major is political science ... Full name is Brennan Thomas Williams.