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Bradley earns top rookie honours

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Richmond's Quinton Bradley.
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Richmond’s Quinton Bradley has been selected the Canadian University Lacrosse Association’s rookie of the year for the 2012 season.

Bradley, who scored three goals and one assist in 10 games this past season, is one of three members of the McGill University Redmen to win major awards as determined by the votes of the league’s 13 head coaches.

A graduate of Matthew McNair Secondary, the 19-year-old Bradley is an arts freshman at McGill.

 

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