Columbus, OH – Service Reception Coordinator, Brandon is inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Roger Bacon High School

Congratulations to NYAP’s own Brandon McIntosh, Service Reception Coordinator! On January 19 Brandon was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Roger Bacon High School.

Brandon is a 1998 graduate of Roger Bacon where he is remembered as an outstanding, talented basketball player but he also played two years of football during high school as well. As a basketball player he and a teammate were selected as the league co-players of the year. He was also the second all-time leading scorer in Roger Bacon history as well as one of the team’s leaders in rebounding. He continued his basketball success at Xavier University as a play on the basketball team and graduated from there with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. In the 2000-01 basketball season he was voted Most Improved Student Athlete.

In 2009 Brandon was the recipient of the 2009 Spartan Award given at the annual Roger Bacon Alumni Awards Dinner. A family member spoke of him and said, “Brandon was born with a passion for people and a keen sense of sensitivity to others, driven to raise the level of making a difference in the lives of others. He is a coach with a shepherd’s heart, whose playing field is beyond sports but includes life and the struggles and joys it brings.”

Brandon is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and serves as a team chaplain for the Columbus area high schools for football and basketball. Brandon and his wife, Dawn, are expecting their first child in April.