Rachael Bradley Powers
The recruiting class earned High Honorable Mention distinction from PrepVolleyball.com.
FRESHMAN YEAR | 2012: Played in 72 sets...started nine matches, including the final five...recorded 102 digs...collected a career-high 15 against Nevada...also surpassed the double-digit dig mark (12) in the following match against San Diego State...recorded 10 service aces...produced a career-best two aces against The Citadel, San Diego State and New Mexico...collected 16 assists, including a career-best four helpers at Colorado State...also recorded multi-assist matches against New Mexico (3) and San Diego State (2)...posted two kills...tallied first collegiate kills against Boise State and added another against Colorado State.
HIGH SCHOOL | CLUB TEAM: Sandia High School...coached by Megan Holland...four-year letterwinner...member of the squad that won the district title in 2008...also a member of the team that won the Moriarty Tournament in back-to-back years...earned first-team all-district honors all four years...named second-team all-state as a junior...earned first-team all-metro honors as a junior and senior...also named to the all-metro team as a sophomore (fourth-team) and freshman (honorable mention)...all-academic team selection...named the MVP of the Moriarty Tournament as a senior...three-year member of the National Honor Society...received two academic letters for a GPA of 3.5 or higher...ranked among the Top 20 of senior class...competed at the club level for New Mexico Juniors...coached by Ben Wallis and Ki Choi...member of the regional championship team for five years in a row...also participated on teams that attended Nationals for three straight years.
PERSONAL: Full name is Rachael Margaret Bradley Powers...nickname is "Bradley"...daughter of Mike Powers and Sharon Bradley...is an only child...majoring in management...future plans include becoming a physical therapist...hobbies include snowboarding and hiking...greatest personal moment in sports was beating rival high school in four games, while supporting breast cancer awareness, and hitting the ball at the 10-foot line and between the legs of the opponent...grandfather, Leroy Bradley, served in the Air Force for 28 years...member of Cadet Squadron 05.