Photos from the Gamecocks taking on archrival Clemson at Winthrop during the 2010 Carolina Challenge
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Became the 12th player in Gamecock volleyball history to record 1,000 assists...Finished 12th in career assists (1,039) and 13th in assists per set (3.78)...Stands 40th on the career charts in digs (482) and 55th in service aces (45)...Started and finished her career as a setter, spending the time in between as a defensive specialist...A four-time Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll member.
2010 (SENIOR): One of two Gamecocks to play in all 30 matches, drawing six starts...Began the season at defensive specialist before returning to the setter position where she spent her first two years on campus...Ranked second on the team in assists with 300...Led the team in assists in seven matches and aces twice...Posted four double-doubles...Her return to setting came against The Citadel (9/26), where she posted 25 assists, 10 digs and six service aces...The six aces, a career best, tied for third on South Carolina's four-set match records...Had 22 assists (on 34 attempts) with a season-best 16 digs in the win at Mississippi State (10/8)...Had double-doubles in the home wins over Alabama and Mississippi State (11/12-13)...Posted 18 assists and 13 digs on Senior Night against the Bulldogs...Made the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2009 (JUNIOR): Played in 24 matches, starting seven times in the rotation...Played back-row mostly, serving as a defensive specialist...Compiled double-digit digs twice, including a season-best 20 at Mississippi State (10/30)...Added a season-best four assists against the Bulldogs...Also played well at Mississippi State, making 12 digs...Had her best match serving against No. 6 Florida (10/7), landing two aces...Posted the third-best reception percentage on the squad among regular back-row players (.948)...Earned placement on the 2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2008 (SOPHOMORE): Saw limited playing time, starting twice while playing in nine matches...Had seven assists and a season-high eight digs at Arizona State (8/29)...Perfect hitting with two kills while adding an ace and nine assists in the Boston College match (9/5)...Had three kills and 33 assists versus Stony Brook (9/6)...Started the match at Arkansas (9/28), making 10 assists and a kill in the first frame...Named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
2007 (FRESHMAN): Started 14 matches and played in all 29...Led the team with 651 assists and a 6.38 assist per game average...Hit .179 for the year...Ranked second on the squad with 29 aces (0.28 per game)...Had 227 digs, fifth most on the team, and averaged 2.23 digs per game...Racked up nine double-doubles (assists-digs) on the season...Started the year as the primary setter before the team moved to the 6-2 alignment...Led the team in assists in 15 matches, including a squad-best 60 against Auburn (9/14)...Also had a team-high 22 digs against the Tigers, the only time she led the defensive category all season...Had back-to-back double-doubles at Virginia Commonwealth and versus Maryland (8/31-9/1)...Added three aces against the VCU Rams...Also accomplished the feat on the weekend trip to Kentucky and Tennessee (11/9-11/11)...Played great in her first appearances in Columbia during the Gamecock Nike Invitational, compiling a double-double against Rice with 23 assists and 11 digs before hitting 1.000 (3-0-3) with 27 assists against Troy (9/7)...Completed the weekend with a five-ace, three-block match versus Appalachian State (9/8)...Had three aces and 24 assists in the victory over Tennessee (10/5)...Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of varsity volleyball at Centerville High School...Was the starting setter for Centerville all four years...Named team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior...Led her squad to sectional championships in 2004 and 2006...A member of the Greater Western Ohio All-Conference First Team in 2004, 2005 and 2006...Selected as the GWOC Player of the Year as a sophomore...As a senior, Bradosky was picked as the overall GWOC Athlete of the Year...Was a GWOC Scholar Athlete each of her final three years of school...A first-team all-district pick as a sophomore, junior and senior...Tabbed district player of the year in 2005 and 2006...Made the All-Ohio Division I Team in 2004, 2005 and 2006...Holds the state record for service aces in a match at 23...Is second on the list for most aces as well with 18...Chosen as one of PrepVolleyball.com's top 60 freshmen in the nation...The Web site made her a top-80 sophomore and she was a top-200 senior as well...Starting setter for the 15-1 and 16-1 Dayton Juniors club...Went on to become the starting setter for the 17-1 and 18-1 Cincy Classics club...Picked as a setter for a High Performance team that represented the Ohio Valley Region in international competition in Texas in 2005...Competed in three Junior Olympic National Championships...Played for the winning club team in the Junior Olympics U-17 American Division prior to her senior year of high school...Earned a place on the 2006 Junior Olympic National Championship All-Tournament Team and was named Most Valuable Player...Finished runner-up for the Rae Burick Women in Sports Award, a prestigious honor with criteria that combines athletic and academic accomplishments for female student-athletes among 71 regional high schools...Graduated from Centerville H.S. with a 3.74 GPA...A member of National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes...Active in church youth group projects, mission support and study...A passionate participant of American Sign Language Club.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Ashley Bradosky...Her parents are John and Kristi Bradosky...Majoring in exercise science...Has an older sister, Jessica, who played outside hitter for Delaware...Her older brother, Jacob, ran cross country at Wright State...Her hobbies include beach volleyball, scuba diving, skiing and boarding.
BRADOSKY'S CAREER HIGHS