1987 Bill Bradley 386

entered senior "A" lacrosse in 196' with the Norburn club of the old Inter-City League in British Columbia. During the next fourteen years, Bill played in Victoria, Coquitlam, and Windsor, Ontario, as well as Montreal and Maryland of the Professional (original) National Lacrosse League. He earned a reputation as one of the games hardest hitting defensive specialists, totaling 784 minutes in penalties. Over all, he amassed '76 goals and assisted on 561 for 9'7 points in 498 games, was on the Western Lacrosse Association all-star team seven times and on the Eastern all-star team once.