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Black Wolves Round out 2019 NLL Entry Draft with 4 Picks

September 18, 2019 - National Lacrosse League (NLL) - New England Black Wolves News Release

The Black Wolves selected Braiden Davis with the 54th pick, Bailey Brown at 61 and rounded out the selections with the 70th and 83rd overall picks taking Tristan Rai and Travis Brown, respectively.

Braiden Davis heads to New England after a career with the University of Vermont. A 5-10 midfielder, from Orangeville, Ontario, he finished his college tenure with 27 goals and 21 assists for 51 total career points. Davis becomes one of 59 players in program history to finish his career with 50 or more points.

Bailey Brown is a 6-3 goalkeeper from the Toronto Beaches. Brown has played with the Beaches from 2016-2019. He has played in 38 games, with a 17-18 record in the net. Over his five year career with Toronto he allowed 337 goals with a 9.47 goals allowed average and recorded 1015 saves for an overall saver percentage of .751.

A 6-foot attack from Lehigh University, Tristan Rai comes to the Black Wolves having amassed 100 goals (10th in program history) and 82 assists for 182 career points (fourth). Additionally he recorded 71 ground balls and caused 18 turnovers. Rai is the third men's lacrosse player from Lehigh to be selected in the NLL Entry Draft.

Travis Brown is a 6-1 attack from the Orangeville Northmen. Brown has played with the Northmen since 2014. Over the course of 87 games, he scored 30 goals and recorded 77 assists for 107 career points. He is a product of Orangeville Minor Lacrosse and a member of the Northmen 2016 Northmen Jr. A Ontario Champions and Minto Cup Finalists.


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