Dawson on Seidel - "Brad, who is this year's captain, is doing a great job stressing conditioning and having fun playing the game. Brad played to his full potential at the end of last season, going 3-0 at Nationals."
2009-10 - Reached 23 wins for a second-straight season sharing time between the No. 4 and 5 positions ... won eight of his first nine matches before stumbling into a rough patch against some highly-ranked opponents in the form of No. 10 Williams, No. 2 Princeton and No. 8 Penn ... played particularly strong over the second half of the season where he won 14 of his last 15 matches, including three-consecutive four-game wins over Franklin & Marshall, St. Lawrence and Bowdoin foes at the CSA Team Championship ... took down Bowdoin's Peter Cipriano in straight sets to earn the victory, the highest ranked player he defeated during the season ... met Bowdoin's Arun Makhija in the team championship where Seidel mowed him down in four games ... Makhija was ranked 117th nationally ... finished the year ranked 99th.
2008-09 - After battling back problems his freshman year, Seidel bounced back in his sophomore year to become a solid contributor ... one of eight players on the ladder to produce 20-win seasons, he recorded a 23-9 record primarily playing the No. 4 and 5 spots ... opened the year by winning his first 11 matches ... his 3-0 win over Hamilton's Jono Peters helped contribute to the Mids 9-0 team win and help break the school record for wins in a season ... captured a 3-1 victory over Franklin & Marshall's Shane Slater in the season finale in what was the highest ranked competitor he beat during the year.
2007-08 - Played in 12 varsity matches and turned in an 8-4 record in his first season ... spread his play out between No. 5-8 ... opened his career with a 9-0, 9-1, 9-1 victory over Northwestern and followed up with a 9-1, 9-0, 9-0 win against Denison's Aaron Dayton ... claimed a hard-fought battle against Dan Sills of Hobart in a four-game match ... gave Williams' Cameron Henry a great battle ... Seidel won the second game before succumbing, 9-5, 8-10, 9-7, 9-6.
High School - A 2007 graduate of St. John's Jesuit, Seidel was a three-sport standout, earning letters in golf and lacrosse, while being mentored in squash by his father, John ... in the spring of 2007, St. John's Jesuit was a state finalist and district runner-up in golf ... he served as team captain of both the golf and lacrosse teams in 2007 ... earned all-city recognition in both sports during his senior year ... ranked 26th in the nation as a U-17 player in 2006.
Personal - Son of John and Kim Seidel ... majoring in History ... father, John, was captain and played No. 1 singles for the nationally-ranked Stony Brook squash team ... he was finalist for the John Skillman Intercollegiate Sportsmanship Award ... he played on the World Professional Squash Association Tour from 1984-1989 and attained a ranking in the top 25 in singles, top 20 in doubles, and a teaching professional ranking of 3 ... he is also the Athletic Director overseeing all aspects of the Athletic Department at The Toledo Club.