Crystal Bradford

Crystal Bradford

  • Height: 6' 0" (1.83m)

  • Position: Small Forward/Power Forward (3-4)

  • Birthdate: January 19, 1993

  • Nationality: American

  • College: Central Michigan University - 2015

2019: Indiana Fever (WNBA)

2018-2019: Bnot Hertzeliya (Israel-D1, starting five) - 23 games: 22.1ppg, 14.5rpg, 3.9apg, 3.8spg, FGP: 52.1%, 3PT: 32.6%, FT: 56.7%

2017-2018: Elitzur Maclaren Holon (Israel-D1, starting five) - 26 games: Score-3(19.6ppg), Reb-1(13.7rpg), 4.3apg, Steals-1(1.5spg), FGP: 45.7%, 3PT: 33.6%, FT: 59.0%

2017: Flint Lady Monarchs (GWBA, starting five)

2016-2017: In Jan. 2017 signed at Hapoel Petah Tikva (Israel-D1) - 8 games: 16.4ppg, 11.6rpg, 3.9apg, 2.8spg, 1.4bpg, FGP: 39.3%, 3PT: 15.8%, FT: 72.5%

2016: Atenienses de Manatee (Puerto Rico-BSNF) - 2 games: 10.0ppg, 9.0rpg, 4.0apg, left in August

2016: Los Angeles Sparks (WNBA): only pre-season

2016: Vimpelin Veto (Finland-SM-sarja, starting five) - 11 games: 16.2ppg, 10.1rpg, 3.0apg, 2.2spg, FGP: 49.1%, 3PT: 26.7%, FT: 74.3%

In Feb. 2016 moved to Vimpelin Veto, Finland

2015-2016: Sampaio Basquete (Brazil-LBF) - 8 games: 7.6ppg, 5.0rpg, 1.0apg, 1.8spg, 2FGP: 50.0%, 3FGP: 29.4%, FT: 54.5%

2015: Los Angeles Sparks (WNBA) - 15 games: 2.7ppg, 1.3rpg

2015: Drafted by Los Angeles Sparks (WNBA, 1st(7), starting five)


Achievements/Awards Israeli League All-Imports Team -19
Israeli League -19 (Player of the Week: 2 times)
GWBA Regular Season Champion -18 All-Israeli League 1st Team -18 All-Israeli League Defensive Player of the Year -18
Israeli League Finalist -18
Israeli Cup Finalist -18
Israeli League -18 (Player of the Week: 2 times)
GWBA Finals MVP -17
GWBA Champion -17
All-MAC 2nd Team -15
MAC Tournament Semifinals -14
MAC Regular Season West Division Champion -14
All-MAC Defensive Player of the Year -14
All-MAC Player of the Year -14
World University Games in Kazan (Russia) -13 (Gold)
USA University National Team -13
WBCA All-NCAA D1 Honorable Mention -13, 14
WBCA Division I All-Region 4 Team -13, 14, 15
MAC Tournament Winner -13
MAC Regular Season West Division Runner-Up -13
All-MAC 1st Team -13, 14
All-MAC All-Tournament MVP -13
MAC Tournament Finalist -12
MAC All-Freshman Team -12
MAC All-Tournament Team -12, 13
All-MAC Honorable Mention -12

College Career Ranks

Points: 1st (2,006)
Rebounds: 1st (1,140)
Field Goals Made: 1st (805)
Blocked Shots: 1st (177)
Steals: 3rd (278)
Assists: 4th (384)
Three-Point Field Goals: 6th (148)

Earned a gold medal with USA Basketball at the 2013 World University Games ... scored 16 points in the gold medal game versus host Russia ... scored game-winning basket versus Australia in semifinal contest.


College Stats

2014-2015: Cental Michigan (NCAA, starting five) - 23 games: 20.3ppg, 8.9rpg, 3.5apg, 2.5spg, 1.1bpg, FGP: 46.5%, 3PT: 27.9%, FT: 66.7%
2013-2014: Cental Michigan (NCAA, starting five) - 27 games: 20.5ppg, 11.8rpg, 2.8spg, 1.3bpg, FGP: 45.8%, 3PT: 31.1%, FT: 51.0%
2012-2013: Cental Michigan (NCAA, starting five) - 33 games: 16.1ppg, 9.9rpg, 3.0apg, 2.3spg, 1.8bpg, FGP: 43.2%, 3PT: 30.9%, FT: 59.3%
2011-2012: Cental Michigan (NCAA, starting five) - 32 games: 14.2ppg, 8.4rpg, 2.4apg, 2.2spg, 1.8bpg, FGP: 42.0%, 3PT: 25.4%, FT: 51.0%

College Career

(2014-2015): All-MAC Second Team selection ... WBCA Region 4 All-American nominee ... named the women’s basketball High-Major Player of the Year ... earned High-Major Preseason All-American First Team honors ... named to the Wade Trophy Watch List for the 2014-15 season ... named to the Naismith Trophy Women’s 50 Watch List ... named to The John R. Wooden Award Women’s Midseason Top 20 ... earned three-straight Mid-American Conference Player of the Week honors (12/22, 12/29 and 1/5) ... became the all-time leading scorer in program history with a 29-point performance against Ohio ... finished her career with 2,006 points ... topped the record books in three other categories this season, rebounds (1,140), made field goals (805) and blocked shots (177) ... she ends her career third in steals (278), fourth in assists (384), and tied for sixth in three-point field goals (148) ... finished her career with 54 double-doubles including two triple-doubles ... led the Chippewas in scoring 15 of 22 games this season ... led CMU to a 72-70 win over UMass with 17 points and seven steals (11/16) ... recorded her first double-double of the season with 12 points and 15 rebounds over Richmond (11/27) ... led the Chippewas to a victory over Oregon adding 34 points and 15 rebounds (11/28) ... earned a spot on the South Point Shootout All-Tournament team after averaging 23 points, 15 rebounds in wins against Richmond and Oregon ... earned a spot on the five-player all-tournament team at the Subway Classic after facing off against then no. 1 South Carolina and Minnesota, averaging 23.5 points ... posted a game-high 22 points, four blocks, 15 boards in 40 minutes of play against Miami (1/14) ... recorded a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds, including five assists and six steals against Akron (1/24) ... scored 31 points adding five steals and three assists against Kent State (1/28) ... recorded a double-double with 29 points and 14 rebounds against Ohio (1/31) ... scored 11 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in a win over Bowling Green (2/4) ... scored 19 points against Northern Illinois, becoming the only player in program history to score 2,000 career points (2/25).

(2013-2014): All-MAC First Team ... MAC Player of the Year ... MAC Defensive Player of the Year ... WBCA Region 4 All-American nominee ... CMU Chippewa Award Winner (MVP) and Defensive Player of the Year ... set a conference record with eight MAC West Player of the Week honors ... set CMU single-season records with 588 points and 226 field goals ... became just the second player in program history to score 20-plus points per game ... led the Chippewas with 354 rebounds, the second most in program history ... led the MAC and ranked eighth in the country with 12.2 rebounds per game ... led the MAC and ranked 11th in the country with 22 double-doubles ... led the MAC and ranked 23rd in the country with 2.66 steals per game ... became the first player in program and conference history with multiple triple doubles in a season ... ranked third in the country in triple-doubles (2) ... dished the fourth most assists in program history with 132 ... 77 steals tied the fifth-highest mark in program history ... scored in double figures in 28 of 29 contests ... pulled down double-digit rebounds in 22 of 29 contests ... was one of just two players in the country to lead her team in points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals ... scored 20-plus points 15 times, including matching a career high with 36 points versus Ball State (2/27) ... hit game-winning three-point field goal with 0.8 versus Dayton to cap off a 34-point performance, earning the No. 2 spot on SportsCenter's Top 10 plays (12/5) ... scored 19 points, pulled down 16 rebounds and dished out 11 assists to record first career triple-double at Buffalo (1/12) ... scored 13 points and had 15 rebounds, eight steals and a CMU record seven blocks in an overtime win versus Bowling Green (1/18) ... scored 26 points, pulled down 11 rebounds and had 10 assists in an overtime victory at Ball State for second triple-double (2/6) ... missed the final three games of the season due to a knee injury.

(2012-2013): Scored a CMU NCAA Tournament record 36 points and added 14 rebounds and seven assists in first round of NCAA Tournament versus Oklahoma (3/23) ... named MAC Tournament MVP and All-MAC First-Team selection ... was named a WBCA Region 4 All-American Candidate ... earned five MAC West Player of the Week honors during the regular season ... appeared in all 33 games, starting 24 ... only player in Division I to lead her team in points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals during the regular season ... led the Chippewas in scoring (16.1), rebounds (9.9), blocks (61) and steals (77) ... had 15 double-doubles on the season ... scored in double digits 28 times ... led the MAC in offensive rebounds with 118, ranked fourth in scoring and second in blocked shots ... set a CMU single season record with 217 made field goals ... her 531 points and 327 rebounds were the third best single- season marks in program history ... also posted the second most blocks in a single season and seventh most steals in a single season.

(2011-2012): Earned MAC Honorable mention honors and was named to the MAC All-Freshmen Team ... started 19 games as a freshman while appearing in 32 ... led the team in scoring (14.2), rebounds (8.4), blocks (57) and steals (69) ... finished the season with 11 double-doubles ... scored in double digits in all but five games with, including a season-high 27 at Northern Illinois (1/5) ... had a season-high 17 rebounds against South Florida (11/23) ... posted a season-high five blocks and five steals against Western Michigan (1/11) ... named to the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team and set the tournament record for most blocks (6) ... recorded three straight double-doubles in the MAC Tournament while finishing with a 16.4 points per game average and 10.6 rebounds ... set the tournament record for most field goals made (36), field goals attempted (80) and rebounds (53) ... was named to the MAC All-Tournament Team ... was named MAC West Player of the Week for the Week of Nov. 28th and Dec. 26th ... recorded the second most points and rebounds by a freshman at CMU ... posted the fifth most field goals made in a season at 193 ... 69 total steals were ninth most in the CMU single-season history ... has the second-most blocks in a single season at 57.


High School

Rated as the No. 37 prospect in the nation by ESPN, the ninth-best guard ... named Class A all-state special mention by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan and second team all-state by the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News as a junior ... earned Class B all-state honors from the Associated Press, second-team all-state honors from the Detroit News and third-team all-state honors from the Detroit Free Press as a sophomore ... earned second-team All-Detroit honors from the Detroit Free Press and first team honors from the Detroit News as a sophomore ... was rated the No. 15 player in the country entering her junior year.