BALTIMORE – Three former members of the Salisbury University men's lacrosse team have been named to the U.S. Men's National Team roster for the team's exhibition game against defending NCAA Division I champion Loyola (Md.) College at Champion Challenge.
The 2012 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association National Player and Midfielder of the Year, Sam Bradman makes his first appearance on the team after leading Salisbury to its 10th national championship, last season. Bradman currently plays on the LXM Pro Tour.
Former Sea Gull defender, Kyle Hartzell, is also making his first appearance on the U.S. National Team as a member of the Ohio Machine, a Major League Lacrosse affiliate. Hartzell was a member of the 2007 National Championship team for Salisbury, as a senior defender.
Defender, Eric Martin, is making his second appearance as a member of the U.S. National Team; his first was in 2010. Martin is currently a member of the MLL's Denver Outlaws.
The team will face off against Loyola on Sunday, January 27 after competing against Notre Dame on Saturday, January 26.