age
34
height
5' 11"
weight
189
Brad SelfNumber: #
25
Position:
T

Pro Experience:

9th season

College/Last Team:

St. Mary's University

Shoots:

L

Resides:

Peterborough, Ontario


Acquired:


He agreed to a one-year deal with the Knighthawks on September 15, 2011… Acquired by the Knighthawks on October 27, 2010 in a four-player, four-draft pick deal with the Colorado Mammoth.


Career


He enters his ninth season in the NLL and fourth with the Knighthawks… Won three straight Champion’s Cups (2012-14)… In 2014, he led the team with a career-high 131 loose balls… In the postseason, he was tied for second on the team with 21 loose balls… His 25 points were the third most of his career… Was third in points among NLL defensemen/transition men… Notched his 100th career assist on 2/8/14… In 2013, he collected a career-high 96 loose balls and played in 16 games for only the second time in his career… Led the team with 25 loose balls in the postseason, and tied his season-high of 12 in the first round against Philadelphia…In 2013, he led all defenseman in points with 22 and was tied for the lead with nine goals… Netted his 50th career goal on 2/8/13… Won his first Champion’s Cup in 2012…Had a six-game goal-scoring streak (2/4 to 3/12/12)… Had a seven-game assist streak from 1/14 to 2/18/12… Made his Knighthawks’ debut on 1/14/12… Returned to pro lacrosse after playing five seasons of pro hockey in Germany (2006-11)… Broke into the NLL with the Ottawa Rebel and registered a career-high 12 goals as part of a 26-point season… Was acquired by the Colorado Mammoth in the first round (eighth overall) of the 2003 NLL Dispersal Draft… Scored a career-best 24 assists and 29 points in 2004… Played one more season with the Mammoth before being acquired in a deal by the Philadelphia Wings… Played one year with the Wings (2006) before playing in Chicago in 2008… Has spent his entire junior and senior career in Peterborough, has played for the Major Series Lacrosse’s Peterborough Lakers since 2002…Won a Mann Cup with Peterborough in 2004 and 2012… In 2012, named the Peterborough Lakers’ Transition Player of the Year… In 2003, he was the co-winner of the Gene Dopp Memorial Trophy as the Top Rookie in the Major Series… In 2002, he won the Jim Veltman Award as the Most Outstanding Player in Junior “A”… That season, he also received the Jack Bionda Memorial Trophy as the top player in the Junior “A” All-Star Game and was the co-winner of the Bobby Allen Award given to the top scorer in Junior “A” lacrosse…Scored career-high 93 points (40+53) in 2001.