Brad Hock is entering his sixth season with the Stealth. One of the organization's first season ticket holders, Hock has been associated with the team since 2004 and took on the equipment management role in 2008.
In addition to day-to-day oversight of the team's equipment needs, Hock, who is certified as a US BoxLa official and Level II field lacrosse official, also serves as the Stealth player-travel coordinator.
Hock got hooked on lacrosse while his son played the game in the third grade and now gives back to the sport as an active member of the San Francisco Bay Area lacrosse community. He now coaches prep boys at Monte Vista High School (Danville, Calif.) and spends his summers working at a variety of lacrosse camps including All West Lacrosse.
When he's not keeping the Stealth's gear in prime condition, Hock works as a residential real estate appraiser in the Bay Area. Hock's son Casey, who plays NCAA Div. II lacrosse at Queens University in Charlotte, N.C., served as the team's assistant team manager for two season during the San Jose years and joined his father in Everett to celebrate the Stealth's 2010 NLL championship game victory.
An avid rock 'n roll fan, "Hockeye" shares the same birthday as Mick Jagger and saw the first of a dozen Rolling Stones concerts on his 21st birthday in 1978 at the former Oakland Alameda County Colliseum.
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