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Harrow Sports Hires MLL Player in Commitment to Athlete-Driven Innovation
Major League Lacrosse All-Star Brent Adams to Join Harrow in Versatile Role
By: Harrow Sports
“I am honored to be a part of Harrow Sports. The commitment of everyone in this company to integrity, ingenuity, and customer service is what makes our organization special,” says Adams. “I look forward to continuing Harrow’s history of being on the cutting edge.”
As a lifelong athlete, Adams embodies the Harrow Sports mission; to provide innovative and quality sporting goods equipment that cater to the needs and desires of customers. In this new role, Brent will identify market needs and evaluate products to fill these gaps, with an emphasis on accelerating innovation, elevating design, and aligning product and customer service excellence. The hiring of Adams is part of Harrow Sport’s long-term organizational strategy to sharpen focus on the needs of high performance athletes, while establishing meaningful relationships with customers.
“Brent brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Harrow,” says Harrow Sports C.E.O, Mark Hayden. “His dedicated background in collegiate and professional athletics, in addition to his work in marketing make him an ideal addition to Harrow’s already outstanding team.”
Adams’ lacrosse career stretches back to All-Country honors as Team Captain at Norwalk High School in Connecticut. He then attended Fairfield University where he was a 2012 All-American selection and two-time All ECAC First Team selection. Adams was the 53rd pick of the 2012 MLL Collegiate Draft by the Chesapeake Bayhawks before being acquired by the Boston Cannons. In 2015, Adams was selected to play in the MLL All-Star Game in Houston, Texas, as well as an exhibition game with Team USA versus The University of Denver.
“After following his on-field success, we are very excited to add Brent to the team,” says Keith Krasney, Harrow Sports Director of Sales. “I can’t wait to see him bring his skill and tenacity to Harrow”