Former Canton High student renews contract with sports equipment company through 2016
CANTON -- Sam Bradman, a Williams High standout, a leading college lacrosse player, and U.S. Lacrosse championship star, has renewed his contract with lacrosse, field hockey and golf equipment maker STX through 2016.
Bradman will continue to be the face of STX’s Stallion product line and will represent STX at camps, clinics, tournaments and in-store events across the country. His likeness will appear in brand marketing campaigns, including product videos, print and web ads, and in-store sign.
He will also continue to play in the LXM PRO Tour for Team STX, where he quickly earned a name for himself last season, leading Team STX to be the 2012 series champions.
He also represented STX in U.S. Lacrosse’s 2013 Champion Challenge, his first game with the U.S. men’s national team, where he was named M.V.P. and led all scorers with three goals and two assists.
Before graduation, as a senior midfielder at Salisbury University, Bradman was named CAC 2012 Player of the Year and is the only Division III player to be nominated for the 2012 Tewaaraton Award.
The Canton native finished the 2012 season with 99 points and 71 goals. In addition, Bradman became the first player in DIII history to be named the Championship Games Most Outstanding Player in back-to-back years, while his school won its 10th title and second in a row.
He was drafted in the first round for the MLL, but decided to play for LXM on Team STX instead.
Sam is the son of longtime Williams High School Boys’ Lacrosse Head Coach Dave Bradman.