A dominate box player at heart, 6’0” 165 pound Braedon Saris has transformed into one talented athlete in field lacrosse. Hailing from Ontario, Braedon started his career with the Burlington Chiefs and has collected a wealth of honors along the way. This 2021 grad has already earned the title of Team Captain for Team Ontario in 2014, which he’s competed in field and box with since. He’s also become an OLA Provincial ‘A’ All-Star and was named to the National All-Star Team and the All Canada Team in 2017.
He doesn’t just limit himself to lacrosse. Braedon has developed into a phenomenal AAA hockey player. As a multi-sport athlete, he’s been able to use the hours he’s put in through each game to help further his IQ and vision, no matter what he’s competing in. he considers himself to be a playmaker and prides himself on his ability to finish.
“Coachable, team player with high lax IQ. Good passer, dodger. Can score right or left.”
A leader on the ice, in the box, and on the field, Braedon still doesn’t define himself as just an athlete. In the classroom, this kid is putting in just as much effort, achieving a 3.3 GPA so far. This Edge Lacrosse / Team Ontario / Notre Dame Catholic SS attackman is a well-rounded, well-traveled up and coming star that is going to make an immediate impact with any team at the next level.
Braedon Saris According To Coach:
“Braedon is the type of player you want on the field at all times. His IQ for the game is off the charts and his shot selection is incomparable. He makes players on the field better due to his presence.”
– Bryan Campbell
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