A former Moeller lacrosse player who graduated in 2019 suffered a severe head injury in an accidental fall Saturday night, according to social media posts by Moeller High School personnel.
Braedon Titus was an All-State defender for the Crusaders and Coach Sean McGinnis. Moeller was 15-7 and made it to the regional finals his senior year. Titus is a University of Cincinnati student.
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Moeller's lacrosse team Twitter account posted news of the accident Sunday afternoon.
We need your thoughts and prayers for Braedon Titus ‘19 & his family. Braedon was involved in an accidental fall last night. That is all the details we can give at this time. Please keep them in your prayers for continued faith and healing for Braedon.
A prayer service for Titus is also planned for Sunday night. Moeller Director of Alumni Barrett Cohen posted the following on Facebook:
Moeller Alumnus Braedon Titus '19 sustained a serious head injury after an accidental fall last night. We are inviting the Moeller Class of 2019, along with current students, faculty/staff and the Moeller family to a prayer service tonight (Sunday) at 7 p.m. at Moeller in the AC.
We kindly ask everyone attending the prayer service tonight to wear a mask and respect six feet of physical distancing at all times.
Please continue to pray for Braedon and his family. We especially ask for the intercession of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, founder of the Society of Mary, for Braedon’s healing
The Enquirer will post updates/details as they are made available. The family has requested privacy and continued prayers for Braedon's recovery.