|High School:||Arvada West|
AS A SENIOR IN 2002-03: Has seen action in 16 contests and has started on two occasions... went 6-6 from the free throw line against Loyola Chicago... added a three-pointer and three assists against Arkansas State... saw 21 minutes of action against LMU, grabbing 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals... improved that career mark with 24 minutes of play against Portland, scoring six points and adding four rebounds... hit a three at the top of the key just before halftime to give SCU a 12-point lead at Pepperdine... earned first career start on senior night against Saint Mary's... scored five points in 20 minutes of action.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2001-02: Saw action in 26 contests... had a stellar performance off the bench to open the WCC Tournament against San Diego... went 3-4 from long distance and finished with 11 points, a career-high four steals, two assists and two rebounds in just 14 minutes of play... scored five points against Princeton... added eight points in 14 minutes against Cal Poly... made two consecutive three pointers in the first half against Portland State... added four rebounds in that contest... is shooting .452 (14-31) from the three-point arc... sprained left ankle in the NCAA first round game vs. LSU... received the Coaches Award at the team's season-ending banquet.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2000-01: Saw action in 26 games... recorded a career-high 17 points at Cal Poly, on 6-of-7 shooting... made 3-of-4 three-pointers that night... entered the game at Gonzaga in the second half and immediately stole the ball and converted the Zag turnover into a layup to extend SCU's lead to 15.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 1999-2000: Saw action in seven games... scored four points in a win against Gonzaga... posted two points the night previous night, against Portland... only rebound of the season came at Gonzaga.
HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Arvada West High School in Arvada, Colo., under head coach Gary Anderson... averaged 17.2 points and 3.8 assists per game her senior season... was a four-year All-Jefferson County league selection... earned all-state honors her junior and senior seasons... an honorable mention USA Today All-America selection following her senior season... earned 13 varsity letters in basketball (4), softball (3), soccer (3) and golf (3) at Arvada West HS... was a three-year all-conference player in softball while earning all-state accolades her junior and senior seasons... named Arvada West's Female Student and Female Athlete of the Year as a senior... also was the school's prom queen... played club basketball for the Boulder Rockies under head coach John Meadows... earned Basketball Congress International All-America honors with the Rockies.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jennifer Nicole Bradley... born on February 19, 1981 in Cheyenne, Wyo... daughter of Ed and Meredith Bradley... majoring in communications with a minor in religious studies... spent this last summer playing in the Bay Area Pro-Am Summer League.
Bradley's Career Statistics
Bradley's Career Highs
|Points||17||at Cal Poly, Dec. 13, 2000|
|Field Goals||6||at Cal Poly, Dec. 13, 2000|
|Field Goal Attempts||8||twice, last at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|
|Three-Point Field Goals||3||three times, last at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|
|Three-Point Field Goal Attempts||7||at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|
|Free Throw Attempts||6||vs. Loyola Chicago, Dec. 17, 2002|
|Free Throws||6||vs. Loyola Chicago, Dec. 17, 2002|
|Rebounds||4||five times, last vs. Portland, Jan. 30, 2003|
|Assists||2||11 times, last vs. Saint Mary's, Feb. 22, 2003|
|Blocked Shots||1||three times, last at LMU, Feb. 14, 2003|
|Steals||4||vs. San Diego, Feb. 28, 2002|
|Minutes||25||at Fresno State, March 19, 2003|