Thomas was a two-sport athlete at Mount Pulaski High School and
will get to continue to contribute at LCU in the same manner. As
a forward on the soccer team and a shooting guard for the
basketball team, he brings an attacking mindset to both sports.
Both LCU coaches are looking forward to integrating what he
brings to the table for their "new look" teams.
basketball head coach Mac Ingmire was excited about Thomas
signing with LCU. "I've known Brady for a couple of years now,"
the coach said, "and he is going to be able to provide us some
depth at the shooting guard position that we haven't had
recently. He's a great student-athlete who will fit in well with
Men's soccer head coach John Merritt had similar sentiments
about Thomas. "We are excited to have Brady as a part of our
team," he said. "His attitude and understanding of the game will
be a great addition to our team."
[Text from file
received from Todd Spellman,
Lincoln Christian University]
LCU men's soccer
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