BREMEN — Bremen High School senior Brad Foster has signed his letter of intent to play tennis at Bethel College next year.
According to Bremen tennis coach Andrew Rhode, Foster can help the Pilots both as a singles and a doubles player, and his qualities as a teammate will also be an asset to the team as it looks to improve on last season’s 3-11 mark.
“Brad is going to be a good fit for the Bethel tennis team,” said Rhode. “He has the tools as a singles and doubles player that will provide positive contributions. Brad will also add value as a God-fearing young man and a loyal team player. No doubt that Brad will see success in many forms at Bethel College.”
It is exactly those God-fearing qualities that informed Foster in his decision to play at Bethel, a private Christian liberal arts college located in Mishawaka and associated with the Missionary Church.
“I chose Bethel because I wanted a good Christian college and strongly believe it is the right place for me. I wanted a school where my relationship with God could grow while meeting new people and making new friends,” Foster said. “Bethel also gives me the opportunity to improve every aspect of my tennis game.”
Bethel is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics competing in the newly-branded Crossroads League. Foster will join a former Northern State Conference competitor at the college in LaVille alum Trenton Stout.