Brad Luckhardt, Connecticut College

 

Brad Luckhardt’s speed and open-field vision enabled him to become one of the premier playmakers in all of collegiate lacrosse.  In his rookie season, Luckhardt made an immediate impact on the program, finishing third in the NESCAC with 24 assists. In his final game for the Camels, Luckhardt dished out his 84th assist, moving into third place on the CC All-Time Leader List.

A captain of the 2006 team, Luckhardt started every game in his four-year career, tallying 28 goals, 84 assists and 112 points.  During his storied career, the Camel lacrosse program reached the post-season on three occasions. At the conclusion of the season, Luckhardt received the spirit and leadership award from his teammates.

In May of 2006, Luckhardt was honored as the Brown/Brooks Award Winner by the Connecticut College Athletic Program.  The award is presented to the outstanding male and female student-athletes who best represent the graduating class in scholarship, leadership and sportsmanship.  Luckhardt successfully coordinated an inter-departmental film series on the Cold War. He was a two-time member of the NESCAC All-Academic Team and earned his degree in International Relations.