Jessika Bradley
Jessika  Bradley


Sacramento, Calif.

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#AztecWBB Collects Three Preseason MW Honors

#AztecWBB collects three preseason MW honors


San Diego State vs. Wyoming - Photography by Ernie Anderson

Women's basketball vs. Wyoming


San Diego State vs. UCLA - Nov. 12, 2010

San Diego State vs. UCLA

Starter in her first year as an Aztec, garnering MWC Newcomer-of-the-Year honors ... Signed with San Diego State in late April 2008 after playing two years at Baylor ... Redshirted in 2008-09 due to NCAA rules ... One of two Aztecs from Sacramento ... Played club basketball with Paris Johnson ... Strength is her versatility ... Can face-up, handle the ball, pass and also command a double team in the paint ... Is an athletic shot blocker.

In 2009-10
Tabbed the Mountain West Conference newcomer of the year and league preseason newcomer of the year ... Starter in all but one game, playing in all 34 ... Led the team in rebounding (6.5/g) and blocked shots (63) ... Her 54 assists were fourth-best ... Ranked second in the MWC in blocked shots in both overall and conference-only games ... Was ninth in rebounding in the league, including seventh in offensive boards (2.5/g) ... Starter in the team's opener at UC Irvine, notching a team-high 10 rebounds ... Second-straight game with 10 rebounds, also tallying 14 points vs. USD for her first double-double as an Aztec ... Third outing in a row with 10 boards and also recorded her first career blocks (3) and steal (1) in the win over Arizona ... Had 12 points, eight rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocked shots in the near upset of No. 5/6 Notre Dame ... Recorded her second double-double with 13 points and 10 boards and was 7-for-11 from the stripe vs. LBSU ... Tied her season-best with 14 points and also had eight rebounds at LMU ... Four second-half blocks and eight boards for the second game in a row vs. Wake Forest ... Posted 12 points, seven boards, three assists and three blocks in the win over Auburn ... Career-high 12 rebounds in MWC debut at New Mexico ... Six blocked shots to go with 13 points (5-for-5), seven rebounds and three assists in only 23 minutes vs. UNLV ... Season-best four steals at CSU ... Shot 60 percent for 13 points at Air Force ... Had five blocked shots in 27 minutes against New Mexico ... Season-best four assists to go with four blocked shots in the upset of TCU ... Game high seven rebounds in only 15 minutes in the regular season finale vs. Air Force ... Standout MWC tournament debut with a double-double including 11 points and 12 boards, while posting a career and team season-best seven blocked shots in the win over Wyoming ... Six points, nine rebounds and three blocks at No. 17/20 Texas in the first round NCAA Tournament game ... Eight rebounds and three assists in the second round vs No. 10/10 West Virginia ... First career 3-pointer to give her nine points vs. Duke in the Sweet 16.

In 2008-09
Did not compete a year ago, after transferring from Baylor.

At Baylor (2006-08)
Played in all 32 games for the Lady Bears in 2007-08, starting six times ... Team was ranked as high as fifth in both national polls and opened 2007-08 with a 20-1 record ... Averaged 6.2 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game, posting a pair of double-doubles highlighted by a 10-point, 10-rebound performance against then No. 10 Oklahoma ... Notched 10 multi-block games, grabbed five or more rebounds 14 times and contributed six or more points on 13 occasions ... As freshman, logged minutes in 33 contests and earned her first career start versus Oklahoma ... Finished second in the Big 12 Conference among freshmen in blocked shots with 0.79 per game and was fourth on the team in offensive rebounds.

At Sacramento High School
Had a successful four-year career at Sacramento High School under coach John Langston ... A four-time first-team all league pick and was named the conference co-MVP as a senior in 2006, when she averaged 24 points, 16 rebounds, six blocks and five assists per game ... Helped the Lady Dragons to four Capitol Athletic League titles and a runner-up finish at the state tournament her final campaign ... Two-time Cal-Hi Sports Division III all-state honoree and a three-time team captain ... Street & Smith honorable mention All-American and an adidas Top Ten Camp All-Star ... Rated the 45th-best player in America and No. 12 forward by the All-Star Girls Report ... Also competed in track and field and volleyball at Sacramento High.

Played during the summer of 2005 for the San Diego-based Lady EBO (Elite Basketball Organization), under coach Marlon Wells and Robbie Sandoval, with teammate Paris Johnson.

Jessika Noelle Bradley was born Jan. 1, 1988, in Fountain Valley, Calif. ... Daughter of Paul and Vickie Bradley ... Has one brother and two sisters ... Majoring in social science with career plans as a sports broadcaster.

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