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Wright State selects Morehead State’s Bradbury to coach women’s basketball

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Michael Bradbury (WSU photo)

Michael Bradbury, head women’s basketball coach at Morehead State University, was named as the sixth head women’s basketball coach at Wright State last week.

Bradbury, who led the Eagles to a 50-44 record over the last three seasons, posted a 22-11 slate this past season, including a bid to the post season Women’s Basketball Invitational. He also spent time as an assistant coach at Xavier and Cincinnati.

Bradbury was an integral part in signing the nation’s top-ranked player at Xavier in 2006-07. While at Cincinnati, he helped sign three top 25 classes. In each of his last ten seasons as an assistant coach, his teams qualified for postseason play. In all, 12 of the 17 teams he has been involved with have made postseason appearances, and nearly every team has posted a .500 record or better.

He spent five seasons at Xavier, and all five resulted in postseason appearances, including two NCAA tournament berths. In his first season at Xavier, in 2002-03, the Musketeers went 20-10 overall and advanced the NCAA Tournament first round after posting a 12-19 record the season before. In 2006-07, Bradbury helped lead XU to a 26-8 record and another NCAA Tournament berth. In between, his teams made three consecutive WNIT appearances, including a quarterfinal game in2004-05. In his five seasons, Xavier was 106-50 (.679 winning percentage).

Prior to his time at Xavier, Bradbury was a top assistant coach and the primary recruiter for crosstown school Cincinnati for six years, where he helped the Bearcats to two NCAA Tournament berths and a 127-57 record (.690 winning percentage). His Cincinnati career culminated in the 2001-02 squad going 27-5 and advancing to the NCAA Tournament second round. He also helped guide the 1998-99 team to a 22-9 record and a first-round game. Bradbury’s time at UC resulted in three WNIT appearances as well.

Bradbury went to Cincinnati after one season at Virginia Commonwealth University and one East Tennessee State. At ETSU, his 1995 team took sixth place in the WNIT and compiled a 21-9 record. His coaching career began at Chattanooga, where he graduated in 1993 with a degree in recreation. He spent the 1991-92 and 1992-93 seasons as a student assistant coach before his first full-time assistant coaching assignment came in 1993-94. The 1991-92 University of Tennessee-Chattanooga team also advanced to the NCAA Tournament first round.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: East Regional, First Round, Washington, Kentucky, Wake Forest and New Mexico advance

compiled from staff and wire reports


Ramon Martinez New Mexico (UNM)

New Mexico holds off Montana in Syacuse, New York. Ramon Martinez scored 12 points in the first half to keep the Lobos in the contest. The Lobos trailed 29-28 at the half. Martinez finished with 19 points and Dairese Gary added 15 points. The Lobos are 30-4, Montana ends the season at 22-10.


Ishmael Smith canned a 17-foot jumper with 1.3 seconds left in overtime as the 8th-seed
Demon Deacons the 9th-seeded Longhorns. Wake Forest is 20-10 while Texas finishes up at 24-10. The game took place at New Orleans.

Ishmael Smith of Wake Forest (WFU)


Quincy Poindexter drove for a tie-breaking bank shot with 1.7 seconds left, and 11th-seeded Washington (25-9) extended its unbelievable late-season run of dramatic finishes with a win in San Jose, California.

Poindexter scored 18 points and Isaiah Thomas 19 as the Huskies won their eighth straight game, rallying from a 15-point deficit with 13:30 left in the second half.

Washington improves to 25-9, while Marquette ends up at 23-11.

Quincy Poindexter Washington (UW)

Eric Bledsoe Kentucky (UK)


Kentucky rolled up a 30 point first half lead and costed to the win. Eric Bledsoe’s eight 3-point baskets set a Wildcats record for NCAA Tournament game. Kentucky moves to 33-2 while East Tennessee State drops to 20-15.

Bledsoe finished with 29 points, made his first eight 3-point goal attempts to finish 8 of 9 for the game.

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