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Maya Rodgers

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Meridian, Idaho

High School:
Rocky Mountain H.S.

Height:
5-11

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
02/19/

Major:
Pre-Med


02/18/2016

Fast Start Powers SDSU to Win Over Denver

Bradley finishes with team-high 13 in the loss

02/10/2016

Denver Rally Falls Short in Loss to Western Illinois

Bradley scores game-high 26 in loss

01/08/2016

Pioneers Close Out Homestand with IPFW

Game part of doubleheader on Saturday

01/06/2016

Denver Continues Summit League Play Against North Dakota State

Pioneers meet up with Bison on Thursday at Magness Arena

01/01/2016

Bradley Scores 1,000th in Denver Loss

Pours in game-high 18 against Coyotes

2015-16 (FRESHMAN)
Appeared in 28 games, started six … logged 14.7 minutes per game … averaged 3.0 points … grabbed 2.5 rebounds … recorded 10 steals … shot 23.8 percent from the floor … 23.5 percent from beyond the arc … had a team-leading 82.8 percentage from the foul line … poured in a season-high 13 points at Milwaukee on Dec. 14 … pulled down a season-most eight rebounds against South Dakota State on Dec. 30 … drained a season-most three 3s against Long Beach State on Dec. 28 … Made first collegiate start against Long Beach State … attempted season-high 13 shots at UMKC on Dec. 12.

BEFORE DENVER
Graduated high school with a 4.01 GPA … four-year member of All-Conference Academic Team (2011-2015) … named first team All-State (2015) … MVP of Idaho All-Star Game … 1,000-point scorer in high school … chosen as team Captain while leading her team in scoring and rebounding her senior year (2015).

PERSONAL
Born Feb. 19, in Boise, Idaho … Daughter of Angie and Will … has a younger brother, Nakobe … chose the University of Denver because she truly believes the coaches care not only about the players, but about their futures as well. During the recruiting process she loved how the players were so focused on improving every day in the classroom and on the court … career goals include playing in the WNBA, becoming an ER doctor and being an advocate for women’s rights.

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