Jenn Bradley enters her first season at Colorado State University, and will work in the development of CSU's guards. Bradley joins the Rams from Santa Clara University, where she spent five seasons after the conclusion of her playing career with the Broncos.
From 2005-08, Bradley served as a full-time assistant coach. She coordinated the Broncos' recruiting efforts during the 2007-08 season, evaluating, recruiting and organizing all aspects of the recruiting process for SCU. From 2004-08, Bradley was the summer camp director for SCU, coordinating all Broncos women's basketball camps. From 2003-05, Bradley worked on staff as a graduate assistant while pursuing a master's in counseling, psychology and education.
Bradley played four seasons at Santa Clara (1999-03) earning a bachelor of arts degree in communication. As a player, Bradley received many awards, including two Coaches Awards (2001, 2002) given to the team leader who represented discipline, hard work and dedication to both personal and team-oriented goals. Following her senior year, Bradley also earned the Christine Silvernail Award, given to the player who best defines both a teammate and a student-athlete.
As a member of the SCU coaching staff, Bradley helped guide the Broncos to an NCAA berth (2005) and a WNIT appearance (2006), and as a player, participated in three WNITs (1999, 2000, 2003) and one NCAA tournament (2002).
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