Brad Self enters his second season as the Mammoth’s general manager and alternate governor after assembling the proper pieces to capture the 2021-22 NLL Championship last year. Prior to his current role, Self served as the organization’s assistant general manager and oversaw personnel decisions and front office business alongside Mammoth Head Coach Pat Coyle during the 2019-20 campaign. During his short time at the helm of the Mammoth front office, Self has landed several large free agent signings and trades, including deals to acquire forwards Zed Williams and Connor Robinson and assembled the proper pieces to help the organization capture the 2022 NLL Championship, its first since 2006. Self initially joined the organization as the team’s youth lacrosse development manager in 2018, partnering with youth lacrosse programs in Colorado and interacting with youth athletes during camps, clinics and grassroots initiatives. Self’s professional box lacrosse career spanned 13 years, beginning with the Ottawa Rebel in 2002-03 and ending with the Colorado Mammoth in 2018-19. Selected by the Buffalo Bandits in the second round (18th overall) of the 2001 NLL Draft, Self spent most of his career – five seasons (2012-16) – with the Rochester Knighthawks, during which time he became a three-time NLL Champion (2012-14), the 2016 NLL Transition Player of the Year and a 2016 NLL All-Pro. Self spent four full seasons over two playing stints (2004-05, 2017-19) with the Mammoth, initially joining the team as a free agent in 2004, then returning in 2017 after being acquired in a trade with Buffalo. Playing on the world stage, Self represented Canada with the national team at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in 2015, where the team captured gold. The Peterborough, Ontario native also played with the Peterborough Lakers Senior A lacrosse team in the MSL for 13 seasons (2003-07, 2009, 2011-17), winning the Gene Dopp Memorial Trophy as Top Rookie in the MSL in 2002 and hoisting Mann Cups with the Lakers in 2004, 2012 and 2017. During parts of his NLL career, Self played professional hockey in Germany for five seasons (2007-2011). Brad and wife Alicia have two children: Coleman and Stella.