Empire Re-Signs Kicker Brady Beeson
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Empire has re-signed kicker Brady Beeson to their 2016 IFL roster.
Beeson (K, 6-2, 215, St. Thomas) rejoins the Empire for his fourth season as a member of the IFL. Brady played for the Empire during the team's April 1st matchup against the Iowa Barnstormers and converted on 6-of-6 of his PAT attempts as a part of Spokane's 54-51 win.
Beeson spent his first two and a half seasons in Tri-Cities where he is the all-time leading scorer among Fever kickers (59 field goals, 165 point-after-attempts, and 342 total points). He finished his collegiate career at the University of St. Thomas where he set three school records at the time in PATs in a game (9-9), PATs in a season (58), and points in a season as a kicker (79). Brady played his first three seasons at St. John's University where he was a back-up kicker. He played his prep career at Apple Valley High School in Apple Valley, Minnesota.
Additional Transactions: The Empire signed Brady Beeson (K, 6-0, 200, St. Thomas) and released kicker Steven Wakefield (K, 5-11, 180, Mercyhurst).
Images from this story
Spokane Empire Kicker Brady Beeson
(Gary Peterson Photography)
• Discuss this story on the Indoor Football League message board...
Indoor Football League Stories from May 19, 2016
- Storm Set To Host Blizzard - Sioux Falls Storm
- Wolves vs. Crush Preview - Billings Wolves
- Fever, Empire Meet Again - Tri-Cities Fever
- Empire Re-Signs Kicker Brady Beeson - Spokane Empire
The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.