Recapping Bradley's Historic Season
Bradley's 578 Points Are Most in 32 Years In Program History
DENTON -- Terriell Bradley capped off her amazing 2017-18 season right where she'd been all year, as the team leader.
Bradley scored a team-high 17 points on Friday. It was her 19th straight game scoring in double-figures and the 24th time this season she'd led the team in scoring.
Though the season came to an end sooner than she and her teammates would have liked, her season will forever be recognized as one of the best offensive seasons in school history and one that has led the Mean Green back to a championship contender.
After the season, Bradley, who was a C-USA Preseason All-Conference selection, was voted by the conference's coaches to the C-USA All-Conference First-Team.
She is just the third UNT women's basketball player to be named first-team all-conference in the last 15 years and the first since 2009.
Bradley finished the season with 578 points, the third most points scored in a single season in program history, the most points scored in 32 years and more than her head coach and North Texas' all-time leading scorer Jalie Mitchell ever scored in a single season.
Over the 31 game season, which she played 1,064 minutes, Bradley averaged 18.6 points per game. That's the fifth highest in school history and the highest anyone has averaged over the last 16 seasons.
20+ POINT GAMES
Bradley scored 20 or more points 16 times this season. That's the third most in a single-season in school history. From Jan. 3 to Feb. 22, she scored 20 or more points in 10 of the Mean Green's 13 games. During UNT's four-game winning streak from Feb. 2 to Feb. 22, Bradley averaged 25 points per game.
With 52 3-pointers on the year, Bradley finished with the ninth-most 3-pointers made in a single season in school history.
Bradley made a school and C-USA record nine-straight 3-pointers at Florida International on Feb. 8. The NCAA record is 10-straight. She finished the game 9-of-10 from deep. The nine made 3-pointers are also the most made by a single Mean Green player in a game in school history.
3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
Bradley ended the year with a 40.9 3-point field goal percentage, which is the third-best in school history. For a majority of the year she was shooting above 45 percent.
Bradley ended the year with 181 field goals, the 10th most in a single season in school history.
Bradley makes a living at drawing contact and finishing around the rim. She made 164 free throws this year, 29 more than anyone has ever made in a single season in school history. It broke a record that had been held by Sherronda Williams for 26 years.
She made 18-straight free throws towards the end of the season, which tied the school record. On Jan. 26 versus Western Kentucky she made 13 free throws in the game, tied for the 10th most in school history. She actually made all 13 in a row before missing her last two.
Last season, Bradley finished with 121 free throws, the fifth-most in school history. Her 284 made free throws over the last two seasons are the most free throws made in consecutive seasons in school history.
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
Bradley took 198 free throw attempts on the year, the second-most in school history.
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
Bradley made 82.8 percent of her free throws, the seventh-best in school history.
Bradley and teammate Micayla Buckner started all 31 games this season for the Mean Green. Only 11 players in school history before this season had started every game in a single season.
At just 5-foot-10, Bradley led the team with 172 rebounds and a 5.5 rebounds per game average.
BRADEY'S NOTABLE GAMES
NINE-STRAIGHT 3-POINTERS AND A CAREER-HIGH
In the program's largest road victory in school history, Terriell Bradley led North Texas to the 46-point win at Florida International on Feb. 8 with a career-high 32 points. In the game, Bradley made nine-straight 3-pointers after missing her first attempt, which she said was her most open attempt of the game. She finished 9-of-10 from deep, the most in 3-pointers made in school history in a single game. The nine-straight 3-pointers were one off the NCAA record but did set a Conference USA record. The Mean Green made a program-record 13 3-pointers.
Also in the game, Bradley scored her 1,000th career point, on a 3-pointer.
GAME-TYING AND THEN WINNER
Terriell Bradley saved the Mean Green with a game-tying layup in the final seconds of regulation at Eastern Illinois on Dec. 20. She then hit the game-winning mid-range jumper in overtime at the buzzer. The Mean Green were two players down in the game and Bradley played the entire 45 minutes and scored 21 points.
SECOND QUARTER VS. SOUTHERN MISS
Terriell Bradley scored 15 points in the second quarter versus Southern Miss on six-of-seven shooting and made three 3-pointers in the quarter. Her performance led North Texas to a 13-point halftime lead over the Lady Eagles. They eventually won by eight.
DOUBLE-DOUBLE AT INDIANA
Terriell Bradley recorded her third career double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds at Indiana on Dec. 5. Bradley led the 15-point second-half comeback by scoring 14 points in the game's final 11 minutes.
OUTSCORES TASHIA BROWN
Terriell Bradley outscored the conference's leading scorer, player of the year and tournament MVP Tashia Brown of WKU on Jan. 26. Bradley scored a then career-high 29 points and took 10 less shots than Brown did in the game.