After helping the USA U20s win a second successive CONCACAF U20 Championship title, Cologne reserve goalkeeper Brady Scott has been awarded the tournament's Golden Glove.
Scott, 19, claimed the prize for the tournament's best keeper following the USA's 2-0 victory over Mexico in Wednesday's final. He conceded just twice in seven appearances at the 34-team competition.
The USA U20s' CONCACAF triumph caps a whirlwind 18 months for Scott. He joined Cologne in July 2017, moving from De Anza Force in the San Francisco Bay Area, and currently plays for the club's reserves in the fourth tier. The California native also trains regularly with the first team.
"My first year at Cologne was fantastic," said Scott, who has made 12 Regionalliga appearances so far this season. "To be able to train with players like Jonas Hector or goalkeepers like Timo Horn is magnificent. I don't just learn from the coaches, but I get tips from a Bundesliga-level goalkeeper. To train with him, see what he does and try to replicate it is really helping my development."