Career Honors: 2012-13 team co-captain ... 2012-13 Epton-Tarr Award ... Named Penn's 2012-13 Miss Intangible ... 2010-11 Penn's Co-Most Intangible Player.
2012-13 (PDF): Co-captain ... Played in all but two games, including 20-plus minutes 12 times ... Led Penn in scoring off the bench ... Led team and finished fifth in the Ivy League in three-point percentage (.382) ... Made first career start against Princeton (March 12) ... Had two threes, three rebounds, six points and two assists in comeback win at St. Francis Brooklyn (Dec. 5) ... Added two threes, three rebounds, six points and matched a career high with three steals in win at LIU Brooklyn (Dec. 9) ... Led team with eight points and collegiate-best eight rebounds in win over Alabama State (Dec. 29), and added six points and career-high four assists in win over Air Force (Dec. 30) at Cyclone Challenge ... Tied a career-high with three steals and added three points in program’s first win over Harvard (Feb. 15) in nine years ... Career-high 17 points and six made field goals in win at Dartmouth (March 1) ... Added 11 points and three made threes in 18 minutes at Harvard (March 2) ... Set program postseason record against Howard with a career-high five threes and led team with 16 points in Penn’s first-ever postseason win (March 21) ... Had nine points and four rebounds in WBI quarterfinal win over Fairfield (March 23) ... Added six points, four rebounds and two assists in final game of career at Detroit (March 27).
2011-12 (PDF): Saw time in 27 games and has played in all but one game in the past two seasons ... Finished fourth on the team in free throw percentage (.731) ... Had three or more rebounds in eight games ... Logged a season-high 26 minutes in season-opening win over St. Francis (N.Y.) (Nov. 13) ... Also had a season-best eight points against the Terriers ... Added seven points in win over Rider (Nov. 19) ... Had two steals and three rebounds in Ivy opener against Princeton (Jan. 7) ... Career-high three steals in addition to three rebounds at Villanova (Jan. 17) ... Grabbed four rebounds against Cornell (Jan. 29) and matched a career high with five rebounds in win at Columbia (Feb. 18).
2010-11 (PDF): Played in every game and scored in all but three ... Had at least one assist in 19 games and had at least one three in 12 of the last 15 games ... Scored in double figures on eight occasions ... Third on the team in scoring at 6.2 points per game ... Second on the team in three-point percentage (34.2%) and made threes (26) ... In league games, she finished fifth in the Ivies in three-point percentage (38.6%) ... Led all bench players with 16.9 minutes per game and played at least 11 minutes in 26 of the 28 contests ... Played 18 minutes and had five points and four rebounds in season-opening win against Bryant (Nov. 12) ... Season-high two steals at NJIT (Nov. 27) and against Villanova (Jan. 12) ... Had 12 points, three made field goals, two three-pointers and two assists in win over Maine (Dec. 10) ... Scored a season-best 14 points at Princeton (Jan. 8) ... Played 26 minutes, scored 11 points and collected two steals at Virginia (Jan. 16) ... Scored 12 points in 19 minutes, going a season-best 7-for-10 from the free throw line against Brown (Jan. 29) ... Had two threes, two assists and 11 points at Harvard (Feb. 5) ... Led the team with 13 points and three three-pointers in 14 minutes against Yale (Feb. 19) ... Scored 10 points in 18 minutes at Cornell (Feb. 26).
2009-10 (PDF): Played in all but five games in her freshman campaign ... Saw her first collegiate action in the season opener at Drexel (Nov. 15) ... Scored the first points of her career at Northwestern (Nov. 28) ... Against Harvard (Feb. 6) she had her first collegiate assist and blocked shot ... Her first official steal came at Yale (Feb. 20) ... Led team with a career-best 15 points against Columbia (Feb. 26), also adding a career-high three rebounds, five made field goals, three made threes and two assists.
Reservoir HS: Four-year letterwinner and starter … Two-time team MVP ... Team captain as a junior and senior … Recipient of school’s first Legacy Award as her jersey was retired and a banner was hung in the gym … 2008-09 McDonald’s All-American nominee … Three-time first-team all-county … Set school career records (male or female) for points, assists and steals … 2008-09 Howard County Co-Player of the Year … Named to Baltimore Sun and Washington Post All-Metro teams in 2008-09 … Digital Sports first-team all-metro … Led county in scoring as a senior and assists as a junior … ESPN Rise Top 50 player in Maryland, Virginia and D.C. area … AAU team won the 2007 regional championship and was regional runner-up in 2008 ... 2007 Student Ambassador to China … On American Heart Association County Board of Directors … National Honor Society member and Spanish National Honor Society ... Maryland Distinguished Scholar.
Personal: Daughter of Jacqueline Burrell and Phillip Bradford … Has two older brothers, Jonathan and Jared, and one younger sister, McKenzie ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.