UCLA — Adds quickness to the lineup … Starter in 39 games in her career … Has expanded her role on the team each season … Can be a defensive difference-maker … Ready to come into her own.
2002 — Starter in 27 games … Had six double-figure scoring games … Had six points and three steals in the opener versus Liberty … Pulled down six rebounds at Michigan State … Hit a big basket with 37 seconds remaining in the win over Ohio State … Scored 13 points at San Diego to start a four-game double-figure scoring streak … Totaled 11 points and eight rebounds versus Colorado … Scored 12 points and had four steals at Baylor … Had 10 points versus Oregon in the conference opener … Totaled a career-high 14 points at Stanford … Dished out six assists in the win at Washington State … Scored eight points in the USC game in Pauley … Had eight rebounds to lead the team at Oregon State … Had eight points at Arizona State … Scored nine points and had a career-high five steals in the conference tournament loss to Stanford.
2001 — Starter in 12 games and played in all 29 contests …Scored 11 points off the bench at Stanford … Had 10 in a starting role in the win over Oregon … Totaled a team-best 11 points in a starting role at Washington State … Scored 10 points at Old Dominion … Led the Bruins against Utah with 12 points and five assists … Made her first career start in the season-opener against Duke and scored eight points.
2000 — Saw action in a total of nine games … Missed 12 games with a fractured right foot … Saw her first action of the season vs. Louisiana Tech, scoring two points and grabbing two rebounds … Had a high of four points vs. Washington State … Was perfect from the foul line in her initial year with the Bruins … Scored her only basket of the season vs. Washington State.
HIGH SCHOOL — Three-year letterwinner under coaches Pat Bell and Luis Johnson at Channel Islands HS in Oxnard, CA … Averaged 20 points, four rebounds, five assists and shot 80% from the free throw line her senior season … Named to the honorable mention All-America teams of Street and Smith’s and USA Today … Two-time first-team All-Channel League selection … Three-time All-Ventura County first-team pick … Earned All-CIF honors in 1997 … Pacific View League MVP and first-team All-State as a senior … Also earned team MVP honors and the Coach’s award … Played club basketball for the California Storm … Ran track for one season for coaches Reidmiller and Nixon.
PERSONAL — Full Name: Jalina Arlice Bradley … Born: February 18, 1981 in Oxnard … Parents: Artemus and Lola Bradley … Has four older sisters (Janice, Felice, Arnita, Lorlene) and three brothers (Artemus, Jr., Arderrick, Jason) … Describes her greatest athletic thrill as winning the CIF championship as a sophomore at the Long Beach Pyramid … Admires WNBA star Dawn Staley … Hobbies include playing in the gym, lifting weights, listening to music, dancing and spending time with friends … Sociology major.
UCLA Career Statistics
3-Point Shooting: 2002 - 9-47 (.191); 2001 - 8-36 (.222); 2000 - 0-1 (.000); Totals 17-84 (.202).
Points: 14, at Stanford (12/28/01
Rebounds: 8, last at Oregon State (1/24/02)
Assists: 6, at Washington State (1/6/02)
Steals: 5, vs. Stanford (3/2/02)
Blocks: 1, last at San Diego (12/5/01)
FG Made: 6, at Stanford (12/28/01)
3-pt. FG Made: 2, last at Washington (1/4/01)
FT Made: 7, at Stanford (3/3/01)
Minutes: 36, last at Washington State (1/6/01)