|Birth: April 05, 1978|
|Home Town: Kingston, ON|
|Inducted as: Athlete|
|Inducted for: Tennis,|
|Inducted in: 2019|
A Kingston native, Brad amassed multiple Championships in Tennis as a youth and junior player in the 1980’s and 1990’s.
Between 1986 and 1990, Brad was a member of the Kingston Junior Elite team, a member of Team Ontario from 1990-1995, a member of Team Canada from 1991-1995. Brad attended the University of Michigan on a full athletic scholarship from 1996-2000.
Brad played in both Singles and Doubles Competitions winning both the Canadian Under 14 Singles and Doubles titles in 1992. While playing on Team Canada’s Junior National Team the same year, Team Canada defeated Team US in competition, the first time in Canadian Tennis History that Canada had defeated the United States at any level.
Brad won the 1993 Ontario Federation of Secondary Schools Athletic Association Double Championship for the Bayridge Blazers with his brother Scott.
As a member of Team Canada in 1994, Brad helped the team win the team event at the Junior Davis Cup; the All-Canadian International Tennis Federation Doubles Championship; the Canadian Under-18 Doubles Championship; the Uruguay Bowl Juniors Doubles Championship, the Florida Christmas Classic Championship and the following year won the Canadian Under-18 Singles Championship.
Brad was ranked #1 in Under-14 player in Canada in 1992 and Under-18player in 1995. In 1994, he won the Gus Marker Trophy as the Kingston Kiwanis Club Amateur Athlete of the Year.
While at the University of Michigan, Brad was the t4am captain in his final year for the Wolverines where he was an academic Big Ten selection with each year at Michigan.
Brad has 19 International Tennis Federation wins in Singles play and 54 wins in Doubles play.
Brad now joins his father, John into the Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame. John was inducted as Builder, Tennis in 2013.