Bradbury Earns NAIA Second-Team All-Tournament Recognition

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Bradbury Earns NAIA Second-Team All-Tournament Recognition

 

KANSAS CITY – Kendall Bradbury led the Trojans on their run to the Elite Eight in the NAIA Tournament last week. The senior’s standout performances helped her to a Second-Team All-NAIA National Tournament Team selection, as announced by the NAIA.

 

Bradbury was excellent throughout the tournament, averaging 24.0 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. Efficient shooting defined the week for the forward, as she shot 57.5 percent from the field and 53.8 percent from beyond the arc. Senior experience came in handy at the free throw line, as Bradbury was perfect at the charity stripe to lead all scorers in the tournament, sinking all 19 attempts.

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