A slashing athlete with a quick first step...Has speed and athleticism...Has the ability to make big plays, especially when taking the ball to the basket...Will serve as team tri-captain with Alison MacFarland and Kathy Coyner.
IN 1998-99: Played in 17 games...Missed 11 games as a result of right calf injury suffered during the Kansas game...Scored six points against Xavier in Atlantic 10 quarterfinals...Had four points and three rebounds in win at Fordham...Scored six points in win over St. Bonaventure...Had 10 points vs. Richmond...Had six points (3-of-4 shooting) vs. Kansas before getting injured...Scored 10 points in season-opening victory over St. John's.
IN 1997-98: Had surgery before season to repair torn ACL in left knee...Sat out season.
IN 1996-97: Appeared in 27 games, started 11...Averaged 5.6 points and 18.4 minutes per game...Missed Xavier game due to sprained ankle...Scored career-high 13 points at Temple...Scored 12 points at then-No. 4 UConn...Posted 10 points on 5-8 shooting and career-high five assists in home win over Rhode Island...Scored six points on perfect 3-3 shooting in both regular season finale win over Dayton and in Atlantic 10 quarterfinal win over Duquesne.
IN 1995-96: Became a key member of the rotation over the team's last 11 games...Averaged 15.2 minutes and 3.8 points per contest in that span...For the season, averaged 3.1 points and 10.1 minutes per game...Netted 10 key points in quarterfinal round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament against Virginia Tech...Earned a starting role against both Temple and Xavier...Scored a season-high 12 points in home win over Temple while shooting .857 (6-of-7)...Pulled down a career-high five rebounds in home win over Xavier ...Led all freshmen with 28 games played...Was chosen as a Preseason Rookie of Influence in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 24 points and 12 rebounds as a senior at Manhattan Center...Played for Valerton MacDonald...Was an All-State selection as a senior...Was the Manhattan Player of the Year as a senior...Was also a first team All-Manhattan selection as a junior...Was the MVP of the Public School Athletic League City Championship her final season...Captained her team as a sophomore, junior and senior...Led Manhattan Center to the city championship, the school's first ever, as a senior...Lady Rams posted a combined record of 45-8 over her junior and senior seasons.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jaywana Modessa Bradley...Born April 10, 1978 in Bronx, N.Y....Daughter of Marileen and John Bradley...A Sport Management major.