TCU Women’s Basketball lands transfer guard Bradley


By Benton McDonald

The TCU Women’s Basketball team announced the addition of transfer Jaycee Bradley on Wednesday. The 5’9’ guard played three seasons at South Dakota, averaging 8.7 points per game and an impressive 43 percent mark from three.

Bradley was a member of a Coyotes squad that went to three straight WNIT’s, including a championship in her freshman season.

While she didn’t start her freshman year, Bradley played in all 38 games and made 31 three pointers.

After becoming a starter her sophomore year, she averaged a career high 12.9 points per game and was sixth in the country with a 45.3 percent mark from three point range.

As a junior last season she averaged 10.5 points per game and was named honorable mention All-Summit League.

Her final game at South Dakota was against TCU, where she scored 21 points in a second round WNIT loss.

Bradley will sit out the 2018-19 season due to NCAA transfer rules and have one season of eligibility remaining.

The announcement comes just days after former TCU guard Amber Ramirez announced she was transferring to Arkansas.

Ramirez averaged 10.4 points per game last season and set a Big 12 record with 11 three pointers in a game versus Southeastern Louisiana.