Loveland, Oh. - Loveland High School senior Brad Clements signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and play NCAA lacrosse at DII Coker College in Hartsville, South Carolina. A varsity player since his sophomore year, Clements has tallied 53 pts (43g, 10a) as an attackman for the Division I Tigers.
“Lacrosse is my passion, and I’m very excited to have opportunity to play at the next level”, Brad said. “I was given an opportunity to play in college, and I’m very thankful for that.”
Clements had his choice of places to play, attracting interest from schools like VMI, Randolph-Macon, Benedictine University, Dominican College and Alma College.
“I chose Coker College because of the small town feel, and also because of the chemistry the team has”, he said. “Coker College is an amazing school and the academic fit was perfect for my major.”
Off the field, Clements excels in the classroom, carrying a 3.6 GPA and has been recognized for service work in the high school community with groups such as Link Crew.
Before he leaves for Coker, Clements has one more season with the Tigers and their new head coach Mike Pritz. Clements took a moment to reflect on his final season.
“I’m honored to have played with such amazing talent throughout my years, I can’t wait to see the success of my teammates”, he said.
Clements will now prepare himself for his final season with the Tigers and his future with the Coker College Cobra’s .