With a three-goal, three-assist performance against Greensboro Page (N.C.) on April 11, Northwest Guilford (N.C.) senior Sean Goldsmith scored the 400th point of his career and became the 78th player in history to reach 400 career points.
That is special enough, but he became a member of an even more elite fraternity.
Goldsmith joined his older brother Jay as a small group of brothers who have both scored 400 points in their career.
With Sean joining Jay in the 400-point club, they become the fourth set of siblings to reach that landmark. Jay finished his career at Northwest Guilford with 455 career points. He scored 240 goals and 215 assists in his career.
The Goldsmith’s join the Powell’s, Casey, Mikey, and Ryan along with Daniel and Devin Sparks from Concordia (Ind.) and Nathan and Nicky Solomon from Centennial (Ga.) as the only set of brothers on the list.
Jay and Sean, so far, have combined to scored 858 career points. That places them fourth among siblings. The Sparks combined to score 942 points. Nicky and Nathan have a combined 1,202 points with a few games left in Nicky's senior season and are the only pair of siblings that have each scored 500 points in their careers. The Powell's scored 1,481 points in their career.
Goldsmith is just the sixth player in North Carolina history to surpass 400 career points. He joins Owen Caputo from Middle Creek (N.C.), who reached the total earlier this season, among the state’s all-time leaders.
The Mercer commit has 211 career goals and 192 assists. Should he reach 200 career assists he will be just the fourth player in state history to have at least 200 goals and assists in a career. Caputo could also join those ranks this season.
Through 11 games, Goldsmith has 37 goals and 36 assists.