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Adam Bramson

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Dover, Mass.

High School:
Milton Academy

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 162

Position:
M

Major:
Undeclared

Adam  Bramson

08/23/2017

2017 Men’s Soccer Season Preview

Another year older, Leopards poised to return to past glory this fall

02/22/2017

Men's Soccer Places 16 on PL Honor Roll

Royalty posts perfect 4.00 in first collegiate semester to lead the way

09/20/2016

Freshmen Net Two as Leopards Rally vs. La Salle

Vare, Bramson register second-half goals in 2-1 victory

09/04/2016

Finishing Touch Eludes Leopards at Quinnipiac

Lafayette fired eight shots on goal, but couldn’t light the board in a 2-0 defeat

08/25/2016

Class Mix Key for Men's Soccer in 2016

Experience in the back with youth up front could be winning recipe this fall

08/09/2017

Men's Soccer Practice No. 1

Photos from men's soccer first practice of the 2017 season. (Aug. 9, 2017)

10/27/2016

Lafayette vs. Lehigh

Photos by Rick Smith

10/23/2016

Lafayette vs. Holy Cross

Photos by Rick Smith

10/09/2016

Lafayette vs. American

Photos by Rick Smith

09/24/2016

Lafayette vs. Loyola

Photos by Rick Smith

2016: Started in all 18 games in the midfield during his rookie year...scored his lone goal against La Salle (9/20).

At Milton Academy:
Played four years of varsity soccer, including three as a starter at midfield, right back and center back…four-year letterwinner…First-Team All-League selection in 2014 and 2015 and selected as a team captain his senior year…team won the ISL and Class A New England championships his senior season, going 22-0 as the second-ranked prep school team in the country by topdrawersoccer.com…named All-State, All-Region, a New England All-Star, Boston Herald All-Scholastic and the ISL Defensive Player of the Year in 2015…plays club soccer for GPS Massachusetts…worked on the Milton Paper as a writer and managing/humor editor for four years.

Personal: Son of Howard and Carol Bramson…has a brother, Joey, who plays football at the University of Chicago…born on Sept. 11, 1997.