2010-11: Played and started the first 20 games before
suffering a season-ending knee injury...averaged team fourth-best 9.2 points per
game prior to injury; also added 3.4 rebounds, 1.9 assists, and 1.7 steals a
night...Led the team in 3-point shooting, hitting 23-of-52 (44 percent)...Scored a
career-high 23 points vs. Nova Southeastern (Dec. 4) shooting 8-of-11 from the
field, including 4-of-5 from 3-point range; also had career best five assists
in the game...Again eclipsed 20-points with a 22 point night against Virginia
State (Dec. 13), behind nine field goals and three 3-pointers...in final full
game of the season, went 4-of-4 from the 3-point line and scored 16 points against
Florida Southern (Jan. 22)...named to the Rollins Athletic Director's and
Sunshine State Conference Honor Rolls.
2009-10: Played in all 29 games for the Tars and was in the
starting lineup for the final 23...was fifth on the team in scoring, putting up
6.8 points per game...finished third best on the team in free throw shooting,
going 37-of-55 (67 percent) from the stripe...led the Tars and was fifth in the
Sunshine State Conference with 54 steals...scored double-digits nine
times...tallied a then career-high 16 points in season opening win against
Warner University (No. 16)...had big game in first round of SSC Tournament,
scoring 15 points and racking up four steals...recorded a new career-best with
nine rebounds at Tampa (Jan. 16)...also had then career-record eight rebounds
against Clayton State (Jan. 2)...tallied six games without a missed free throw,
including a 5-for-5 performance at North Georgia (Nov. 11)...earned spots on
the Sunshine State Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll and Rollins Athletic
Director's Honor Roll.
2008-09: Appeared in
31 games for the Tars, averaging 5.3 points per game...shot 36.7 percent
(47-128) from the field and 33.9 percent from three-point range (19-56)...
dished out 53 assists, while collecting 48 steals, second on the team in each
category...reached double-digits in points on five occasions...Bradley scored a
career-high 14 points on the road against Flagler (1/21/09) as she also tied a career
high in steals with five...hauled in a career-high seven rebounds on two
different occasions...posted a 3-for-4 night from three-point range in a
victory over Nova Southeastern (2/14/09)...went perfect for from the charity
stripe (8-for-8) on the road versus Florida Southern (1/31/09), a career-high.
High School: Four-year letter winner at Nova High School at
Davie, Fla...four-year starter where she averaged 12 points per game,
culminated by a 15.2 ppg average during her senior season...primarily used a
point guard, but started as a shooting guard her freshman year...guided the
Titans to a district championship her final two years...first-team all-county
as a senior, second-team as a sophomore and junior seasons and honorable
mention her freshman year...named BCAA All-Star, Scholar Athlete and Dade V.
Broward All-Star Team...also lettered two years in track and field at Nova.
Jasmine Takitra Bradley, April 4, 1990...mother Alisia and stepfather
Deon...enjoys reading, playing video games, shopping and listening to
music...majoring in Psychology.