Matt Bradley Named To All-Pac-12 Squad
SAN FRANCISCO – California junior guard Matt Bradley was named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team for the second consecutive year, the conference office announced Tuesday morning.
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Bradley continued to establish himself as one of the conference's best scoring threats in his third collegiate season, averaging 18.4 points per game on 45.5 percent shooting during the regular season, as well as 17.6 PPG against conference opponents. Despite missing seven games due to injury, Bradley tallied the second-most 20-point games (11) among Pac-12 players. He averaged 4.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game.
Bradley climbed Cal's all-time scoring list throughout the season, becoming the 48th member of the program's 1,000-point club in December. He currently ranks 22nd at Cal with 1,260 career points.
Bradley is Cal's first two-time all-conference selection since Ivan Rabb, who earned honors in 2016 (second team) and 2017 (first team). The San Bernardino, Calif., product is one of 15 student-athletes named to the conference's first or second teams, which are voted upon by Pac-12 head coaches. Coaches are not permitted to vote for themselves or their own student-athletes.
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