Harrison Delbridge earns Defensive Player of the Year nod for FC Cincinnati
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Harrison Delbridge was named FC Cincinnati's Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.
Delbridge was an anchor on the team’s defensive unit, starting in 30 games and recording 2,697 minutes played. The Australian native led the team with 137 clearances and 120 interceptions. Voted to the USL Team of the Week after contributing a goal in FCC’s road win at Louisville City FC, Delbridge was the lone player to start in all six U.S. Open Cup matches. Offensively, Delbridge totaled three goals and three assists in the regular season.
Kenney Walker was announced as the team MVP with Danni König and Djiby coming away with co-Offensive Player of the Year honors. The Most Improved Player will be announced Thursday with the Cincinnatus Award, given to the player who demonstrates outstanding leadership, service to the greater good, civic virtue, lack of personal ambition and modesty – traits associated with the Roman leader – to be unveiled Friday.
Information courtesy FC Cincinnati