Rochester Community and Technical College sophomore Brett Bradford has signed a Letter of Intent to continue his wrestling career at NAIA powerhouse Lindsey Wilson in Columbia, Kentucky.
Bradford, who graduated from Byron, Minn. in 2013, capped off an exceptional season for the Yellowjackets by becoming the 2017 NJCAA National Runner-up at 157. He was voted the MCAC Most Valuable Wrestler of the Year and recorded 20 falls on the year. Brett is an NJCAA Academic All-American with a 3.5 GPA. He is majoring to become a Chemical Dependency Counselor.
“Brett is the perfect example of how hard work and persistence can get you places not only in wrestling but also in life. He has been a tremendous leader for our program, and I know that he will be a valuable asset to the Lindsey Wilson community and wrestling program,” said Rochester Coach Randy Rager.