Black Wolves re-sign captain Manney
The New England Black Wolves announced on Wednesday that captain Brett Manney has been re-signed to a one-year contract.
"Brett is an exceptional leader and an important conduit between players and coaches," general manager and head coach Glenn Clark said. "Having Brett back as our captain is very important for the climate of our team. He is a true professional and a great example for our young players."
In a season cut short due to COVID-19, the National Lacrosse League veteran helped lead the Pack to an 8-3 overall record and finished with the top spot in the league. In 11 games, Manney had 33 loose balls, caused seven turnovers and had four assists.
In his 12-year career, Manney has competed in 180 regular season games, appearing in 95 of the Black Wolves' 100 regular season games. Defensively, he has collected 542 loose balls and has caused 114 turnovers and offensively Manney has scored 13 goals and tallied 50 assists for 63 total career points.
"I bleed orange and black; this is where I want to finish my career," Manney said. "I love my teammates and the ever-growing fan base. I cannot wait to hit the turf this season to finish what we started."
— Day staff reports
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