Brady Chant, a senior on the 2018 Suffolk University baseball team, has been named to the Rawlings/ABCA Division III Gold Glove Team by the American Baseball Coaches’ Association.

The center fielder was one of Division III's best defensive outfielders, playing errorless baseball in 44 contests in 2018 campaign. The four-time GNAC Gold Glove recipient successfully played 126 total chances in center with 123 putouts and three outfield assists for an unblemished 1.000 fielding percentage. Over the course of his record setting career, Chant put together a .990 fielding percentage with just five errors in 484 total chances. 

He also took his place in the Rams record book as the all-time leader in triples (25), total bases (362) and at bats (687). He collected seven all-region honors and four all-league accolades during his four-year career,

Chant is the first-ever Gold Glove winner in program history and the first student-athlete in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) to earn this distinction.

The ABCA and Rawlings have awarded Gold Gloves annually to college players in the NCAA Division I, Division II, and Division III, as well as the NAIA since 2007.

He has signed to play professional baseball in the New South Wales State League in Australia.