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Adam Bomberry

#15 D Bandits
Age: 29
Hometown: Six Nations
Birthdate: February 18, 1994
Weight: 215 lbs.
Shoots: L
Bio

Adam Bomberry enters his sixth year in the NLL and brought a ton of hardware with him when he first joined the league.  Bomberry won back-to-back NJCAA titles with Onondaga Community College, back-to-back Minto Cups, and a Founders Cup all before...

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Adam Bomberry enters his sixth year in the NLL and brought a ton of hardware with him when he first joined the league.  Bomberry won back-to-back NJCAA titles with Onondaga Community College, back-to-back Minto Cups, and a Founders Cup all before he entered the pro ranks.  On top of that, Bomberry also has won silver and bronze medals with the Iroquois Nationals.

Drafted by Rochester in 2015, Bomberry spent his first two NLL seasons with the Knighthawks, only appearing in 14 games total.  He then joined the New England Black Wolves where he became a staple in the organization’s defense.  In 40 games with the team, Bomberry scooped up 197 loose balls, caused 40 turnovers, and even added three game-winning goals.

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