Eagle Basketball Player Mat Bradshaw Signs Scholarship
MSJC sophomore men's basketball player Mat Bradshaw signed a National Letter of Intent and scholarship on Tuesday to continue his playing career next year at Cal State Stanislaus.
Bradshaw had a very strong sophomore season for the Eagles as he and his teammates captured the program's fourth straight Pacific Coast Athletic Conference North Division title. In Mat's two seasons as an Eagle he helped the team to 48 wins and two appearances in the CCCAA State Play-offs.
Mat earned Second Team All PCAC honors this past season after averaging 9 points per game as well as 2 assists and 2.5 rebounds. Bradshaw made 110 three point shots in his Eagle career including 80 as a sophomore. He also shot an impressive 42% for the season beyond the arc and 83% from the free throw line. Bradshaw is a graduate of Heritage High School in Menifee.
Cal State Stanislaus is an NCAA Division II school and a member of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). "Mat's the kind of player that you love having around the program", said Eagle head coach Patrick Springer. "He worked really hard for us, was highly competitive and obviously can really shoot the ball". "I think his best basketball is still ahead of him."
Mat is the second MSJC men's basketball player from the class of 2017 to sign. He joins teammate Tre Nottingham who signed in the early period with NCAA Division I Texas State. The Eagles expect more signings in the coming weeks.
MSJC men's basketball player Mat Bradshaw signed a scholarship on Tuesday to continue his playing career at NCAA Division II Cal State Stanislaus. Pictured at right with his parents and at left with some of his Eagle teammates and head coach Patrick Springer, Mat made 110 three point shots in his MSJC career.