UW is hosting Brown and Seattle U. in the Husky Classic Friday and Sunday. The former is Clark's old Ivy League nemesis from Harvard. The latter is the rival he wants to build in a new, intercity derby.
All kids eighth grade and younger from the club get in for free.
Any coach will explain how they can't teach heart. Luckily men's soccer head coach Jamie Clark has Bradley McIntosh on his roster.
Washington will face Connecticut Friday at 4 p.m.
UW will face No. 1 UCONN next weekend.
2011 (Sophomore):Transferred to UW but had to sit out due to NCAA Rules.
High School/Club:Captain of the Crossfire Premier U.S. Soccer Development Team from 2007-2010 ... Also captained Crossfire State Championship teams from 2003-05 and 2007 ... Participated in Region IV and Washington State ODP teams from 2005-07 ... Super Y League National Camp invitee from 2005-08 and played on the Super Y League ODP team that toured Germany in 2007 ... Helped lead his Crossfire Premier Team to the semifinals of the Nike Manchester United Premier Cup U.S. finals in 2007 ... Played just one year of high school soccer at Eastlake, starting as a freshman and recording the second-most points on the squad.
Personal: Graduated from high school early and enrolled at UCLA in Spring 2010 ... Admires Liverpool's Steven Gerrard ... Describes his biggest athletic thrill as winning six State Championships with his club team ... Hobbies include long boarding ... Parents: Lance and Joy McIntosh ... Has an older sister, Lauren ... Full name is Bradley Wright McIntosh ... Born March 13, 1992 in Seattle, WA ... Undeclared major.