Featured Aathlete:

Keven Bradley’s talent has come into full bloom this year for LU men’s basketball. Last year, after transferring to Lawrence from UW-Stevens Point, the junior averaged
only five minutes of playing time per game and was virtually invisible on the scoring radar. This season, however, the shooting guard has started every game and perfectly filled the holes in the lineup left by last year’s graduates. Bradley leads starters in both free throw and 3-point field goal percentage and is third-highest on the team in points per game. The pinnacle of his season to date came against Ripon where he went 8-for-8 from the field and scored LU’s final 20 points of the game, ending with a total of 33.
Year: Senior
Major: History
Hometown: Omro, Wis.
Favorite member of Dream Team ’92: Larry Bird or Michael Jordan
How do you think you have changed as a player from your days at UW-Stevens Point two years ago?: “I don’t really think I have changed that much as a player, except now I’ve been given the opportunity to go out and compete on a regular basis. Obviously the biggest change for me from last year to this year has been that I’ve become more comfortable with Coach Tharp’s system and principles regarding basketball.”
What do you think is the strongest point of the team this year?: “This year’s team has a lot of depth to it. We play a lot of guys who are capable of having a big game on any given night.”
In what game do you think the team played its best thus far in the season, and why?: “The UW-Oshkosh game stands out as a big game for us because it was our season opener and Oshkosh was ranked very high at that point. I thought we had a great team effort to beat them.