LOYOLA, Md. - Former midfielder of the Salisbury University mens lacrosse team, Sam Bradman of Canton, is continuing to make in impact on the lacrosse field as a member of the United States mens national team.
Team USA played in the Champion Challenge on Sunday, January 27 defeating NCAA Division I national champion Loyola (Md.) College, 17-13.
Bradman led all players in scoring with five points in his first game with the national team. He was tied for the lead with three goals and led the game with two assists. With the effort, Bradman was named the games Most Valuable Player, an award that he has grown accustomed to since being named the national championship game Most Outstanding Player in Salisburys national championship victories in 2011 and 2012.