2013: Spent his second consecutive season as a team captain … started in 20-of-21 games as a senior … enjoyed a breakout season where he set career-highs in goals (11), assists (10) and points (32) … had a four-game span where he scored a goal in each game (Sept. 12- Sept. 24) … scored the first hat trick of his career against Illinois Tech (Oct. 12) … led the Saints with four game-winning goals … was named CCAC Offensive Player of the Week twice … will leave Holy Cross as the most decorated player in program history setting program-records in career goals (18), assists (21), points (57), games played (72), games started (70) and game-winning goals (7) … was named First Team All-CCAC.
2012: Served as one of the Saints three captains during his junior season ... started in all 17 games as a junior ... registered a season-best three point game (1g, 1a) against St. Francis (Ill.) (Oct. 3) ... totaled nine points on the season ... was invited to the 2012 Tourbeau College Soccer Showcase in Orange Beach, Alabama ... played for the St. Louis Lions of the Premiere Development League (PDL) over the summer.
2011: Appeared and started in 16 games for the Saints as a sophomore ... recorded his first two-goal game vs. Andrews (Sept. 11) ... finished the season with four goals and five assists ... tied for the team lead with 13 points.
2010: Appeared in 18 games as a freshman, starting in 17 ... recorded his first career point (assist) vs. Rochester (Sept. 8) ... finished the season with three assists.
Prep: Graduated from the Letterkenny Institute of Technology … scored the winning goal in extra time vs. Mervue United in the EA Sports Cup.
Personal: Garbhan is the son of Sean and Teresa Grant ... majoring in graphic design and business ... born on May 25, 1991.
|0||Brian Aldrich||FR||GK||5-10||170||Portage, Mich.|
|1||Iain McTurk||FR||GK||5-10||160||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|2||Cody Mizner||JR||DEF||5-6||150||Machesney Park, Ill.|
|3||Edgar Armenta||SO||DEF||6-0||190||Wilmington, Calif.|
|4||Connor Simpson||SO||MID||6-2||185||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|5||Niko Jelicic||SR||DEF||6-2||185||Sucuraj, Croatia|
|6||TJ Hendzel||SR||DEF||6-3||170||Lisle, Ill.|
|7||Alfredo Molestina||SO||FWD||5-6||140||Guayaquil, Ecuador|
|8||Eduardo Berruezo||JR||DEF||6-0||170||Madrid, Spain|
|9||Simon Soto||JR||FWD||5-9||160||South Bend, Ind.|
|10||Garbhan Grant||SR||MID||5-10||165||Letterkenny, Ireland|
|12||Michael Maiorano||JR||FWD||5-11||165||Whitby, Ontario, Canada|
|13||Ryongmyeong Cho||JR||MID||6-0||175||Seoul, South Korea|
|16||Anesu Tabengwa||FR||MID||5-7||145||St. Andrews, Scotland|
|17||Troy Padgett||SO||MID||5-7||150||Brampton, Ontario, Canada|
|18||Alex Clarke||JR||DEF||5-10||160||Liverpool, England|
|19||Jamiel Hilal||FR||FWD||5-10||140||South Bend, Ind.|
|20||Austin Haire||JR||MID||5-10||160||Porter, Ind.|
|21||Alhaji Kamara||FR||FWD||5-9||165||Lisle, Ill.|
|22||Farkhod Kurbonov||SR||FWD||6-1||160||Dushanbe, Tajikistan|
|30||Brandon Sabido||FR||GK||5-10||160||Marysville, Ohio|