|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Weight||180 pounds (82 kg)|
|NLL teams||Philadelphia Wings|
|NCAA team||Syracuse University|
|Coach||University of Pennsylvania, Assistant Coach|
|U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame, 2001|
In the 1983 championship, Kotz teamed with Tim Nelson to lead the Orange to a 17-16 upset over Johns Hopkins, and the team's first national title since 1925. Kotz scored five goals, all in the second half, and was named the tournament MVP in leading Syracuse back from a 12 to 5 second half deficit.
Major Indoor Lacrosse League
Brad was one of the major early draws for indoor lacrosse, playing professionally from 1987 to 1991 with the Major Indoor Lacrosse League Washington Wave and with the Philadelphia Wings, and winning two championships with the Wings. He led the league in scoring in 1989 and was named first team All-Pro in 1990. In 1987 Kotz teamed with Frank Urso in leading the Washington Wave to a 20-15 win over the Wings in the semi-finals, and a close one-goal loss to the Baltimore Thunder in the finals. Kotz attended the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School while playing for Philadelphia. During this time, he was also an assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania under Tony Seaman, helping guide the Quakers to the 1988 Ivy League title and NCAA tournament appearance.
Kotz played lacrosse at West Genesee High School, one of the premier high school teams in the country, along with notable Syracuse players, Tom Korrie and Jeff McCormick. Over more than forty years, West Genesee lacrosse teams have captured a total of 25 New York Section 3 titles and 15 New York State championships. Kotz' team went 24 and 0 while winning the New York high school state title in his senior season of 1981. For his effort, Kotz was named High School All American that year.
Brad founded and is currently a principal at the real estate investment firm, Seneca Properties,Inc., based in Bethesda, MD. Brad Kotz married Renee Rogers in early 1997, and one year later had their first daughter. Two years after that a second daughter was born.
Kotz is originally from Camillus, NY.
National Lacrosse League Career
- (a) Philadelphia Wings stats only (may not include complete MILL/NLL stats)
- "Syracuse Lacrosse Media Guide" (PDF). Syracuse University. 2004. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2005-03-04.
- "Philadelphia Wings WingsZone History Page". Wingzone.com. Archived from the original on 2007-11-02.
- "Kotz Inducted into Hall of Fame". Syracues University. June 27, 2001. Archived from the original on 2007-09-30.
- The Post-Standard. MESSERE TAKES FIVE: West Genesee Coach Mike Messere selects the five most memorable contests of his career. April 10, 1996. pg. 53
- "Seneca Properties Inc". 2008.
- Syracuse 2004 Media Guide
- Syracuse Men's Lacrosse 1983 Statistics
- Syracuse Men's Lacrosse 1984 Statistics
- WingsZone History Page
- A Season That Changed The Game
- West Genesee Wildcat Lacrosse
- Q&A with Syracuse lacrosse great Brad Kotz
| Lt. Raymond Enners Award