Congratulation to these three fine young men on their decisions to continue their lacrosse career! Wishing them all continued success!
2016 Kings Black Close Defenseman Hudson Bradley has committed to play Division III lacrosse at Berry College in Rome, GA. Bradley will be joining the Vikings after a 12-5 season. Bradley, a 6’1” 185 lbs defenseman from Henry Clay High School has helped lead the Blue Devils to 2 KLA State championships. Entering his senior season, Hudson has recorded 68 caused turnovers, 99 groundballs and 3 assists in his 3 previous seasons of varsity play with Henry Clay. Bradley has garnered All-State honors, State Championship game MVP honors in addition to being named a Carolina Summer Shootout All-Star.
“Hudson is a tremendous defender who plays hard-nosed, aggressive defense while being very skilled with the ball in his stick. Huddy has very slick stick skills and is a threat in the clearing game. Hudson has had to guard some of the best attackmen in the country and can match up with anyone. Berry is getting a strong defender who is extremely coachable and will bring the best out of his teammates.”
2016 Kings Black Attackman Trenton Sneed has committed to play Division III lacrosse at Transylvania University in Lexington, KY. Sneed will be joining the Pioneers after they won the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference. Sneed, a 5’9” 140 lbs attackman from Milford High School in Milford, Ohio finished his junior season as an honorable mention All-Cincinnati and Ohio-Southwest Region Attackman while leading the Eagles to an 11-6 season. Sneed finished his junior season with 32 goals and 38 assists for a total of 70 points. Trenton is one of the original Lexington Legomen members of the program.
“We were very happy Trenton was able to play for us and has been with our program from our first U15 team. Trenton is an unselfish attackman who looks to feed and draw doubles even though he is a very capable finisher. We saw Trenton consistently draw a team’s best defender and often torch them to the cage. Players often underestimate Trent and he makes them pay every time they do. Coach Justice is getting an attackman that has a very high lacrosse IQ and is a great teammate who brings a great attitude every day to the field.”
2016 Kings Black Goalie Brian Mulert has committed to play Division III lacrosse at Frostburg State in Frostburg, MD. Mulert, a 5’10” 180 lbs goaltender, will be joining the Bobcats after a 16-3 season and Capital Athletic Conference championship appearance. Mulert is a stonewall that possesses the ability to make high level stops in addition to being skilled in the clearing game. Mulert has garnered All-State honors and was named a Carolina Summer Shootout All-Star. After saving 70% of the shots he has faced over his career, Mulert helped lead the Paul Laurence Dunbar Bulldogs to a state championship appearance last season.
“Brian is a great competitor who could play any position on the field. He is one of the best goalies we have ever seen in the state of Kentucky. He has the ability to change the game by making stops on what should be easy goals. Brian not only makes the stops but creates fast breaks through with his unbelievable stick skills. Frostburg is getting a great young man who will impact their defense immediately."