Fall 2001 — Made an immediate impact on the collegiate tennis scene, winning the first tournament she played in at the adidas Invitational … Defeated No. 3 Adria Engel of Arizona State in the quarterfinals and No. 44 Vilmarie Castellvi of Tennessee in the semifinals … Registered a 6-4, 6-3 victory over No. 5 teammate Sara Walker in the final …?Participated in the main draw at the Riviera All-American, defeating No. 26 Raquel Kops-Jones of Cal in the first round … Took No. 1 ranked Bea Bielik of Wake Forest to three sets before falling, 4-6, 7-6(1), 7-6(4) in the second round … Posted an impressive 4-1 mark over ranked opponents in fall play …?Also participated in the main draw at the Omni Hotels Regionals …?Finished the fall ranked No. 7 in the country in singles …?Enjoyed tremendous success with teammate Lauren Fisher in doubles … Advanced to the finals at the adidas Invitational, falling to teammates Marinova/Walker in that final …?Also reached the finals at the Omni Hotels Regionals, falling again to Marinova/Walker … Finished the fall season with a 7-2 record and a No. 13 national ranking.
High School / Juniors —Considered the No. 1 recruit in the country, finishing 2001 as the top-ranked junior player in the United States …?Member of Team USA …?Has represented the U.S. on several occasions, including the prestigious World Youth Cup (the 16-and-under equivalent to the Fed Cup) and the Maureen Connelly Continental Cup …?Reached the round of 16 at the 2000 U.S. Open Junior Championships …?Has also participated in Junior Wimbledon …?Took home the singles and doubles titles at the Girls’ 16s USTA National Championships … Won the 16s singles and doubles titles at the 1999 Easter Bowl … Finished 1999 ranked No. 1 in the Girls’ 16s division …?Singles champion and doubles semifinalist in the 18s division at the 2001 Easter Bowl … Reached the quarterfinals at the USTA Junior International Hard Court Championships in 1999 …?Finalist at the 1999 USTA National Claycourts …?Won the doubles title at the 2001 USTA National Championships (w/Erin Burdette) …?Finished 2001 ranked No. 2 in the country in doubles …?Qualified for the main draw at the 2000 USTA Satellite of Boca Raton, Fla. …?Reached the second round of the 2000 USTA Challenge of Jackson, Miss. …?Attended Ransom Everglades High School in Florida.
Personal —?Full name is Megan Christine Bradley …?Born March 26, 1983 in Columbia, Mo. …?Daughter of Ramona and Phil Bradley …?Has one brother, Curt …?Father Phil was the first African-American quarterback at the University of Missouri and later enjoyed a successful major-league baseball career …?Would like to pursue a career in sports broadcasting when her tennis career is over.