Bradman Renews STX Contract Through 2016
|Sam Bradman has signed with STX
through 2016 and will continue to play on the LXM PRO
Former Salisbury star and current LXM PRO Tour player Sam Bradman has renewed his contract with STX through 2016.
Bradman will continue to be the face of the STX Stallion product line and will appear in brand marketing campaigns, including product videos, print and web ads, as well as in-store signage.
As part of his role with STX, Bradman will represent STX at camps, clinics, tournaments and in-store events across the country. 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.
Bradman also represented STX in US Lacrosse's 2013 Champion Challenge, his first game with the U.S. men's national team, where he was named MVP and led all scorers with three goals and two assists.
"After a great first year with STX, I look forward to broadening my role to help bring awareness of the game and brand all over the U.S. as I continue to grow as a lacrosse player," Bradman said. "Being on the big stage in the LXM PRO and playing with the men's national team requires the top equipment. STX makes equipment specifically for the players, allowing me to elevate my game and give me an edge in my run for Team USA."
At Salisbury, Bradman was the USILA Division III 2012 Player of the Year, CAC 2012 Player of the Year and was the only Division III player nominated for the 2012 Tewaaraton Award. Bradman also became the first player in D-III history to be named the championship game's Most Outstanding Player in back-to-back years.
"It's clear that Sam's skill on the field makes him one of the best lacrosse players out there right now," said Greg Tate, Men's Marketing Manager at STX. "After earning Champion Challenge MVP and leading Team STX to win the 2013 LXM PRO season opener, he shows no signs of slowing down and definitely embodies our 'Never Stop' mentality."
Bradman's next LXM PRO game is Saturday in Chicago.
In other LXM PRO news, Shamel and Rhamel Bratton have been moved from Team STX to Adrenaline Maverik United, and Team STX has signed former North Carolina midfielder Davey Emala.