About Keven Bradley
Keven Bradley joined the UW-Parkside men's basketball staff in the summer of 2013.
“Keven is an outstanding addition to our staff. He is a high character, outgoing person who will connect well with the players, staff, and alumni at UW-Parkside,” said Ranger's head coach and 2013 Jack Bennett Man of the Year winner Luke Reigel.
“The experience he has obtained and the network he has built over the past four years as Upper Iowa's top assistant will be very valuable to our recruiting efforts moving forward.”
Bradley comes to UW-Parkside after serving in a similar capacity at Upper Iowa University. Bradley has been with the Peacocks for the past six seasons, spending his first two as a graduate assistant before serving as the program's top assistant for the last four years. He was responsible for scouting, recruiting, guard development, compliance, travel, film exchange and organizing summer camps at Upper Iowa while helping the squad post a program record 20 wins in 2012-2013, culminating in an appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament.
“Keven not only understands the level of player that is needed to be successful at the Division II level but also the quality of person that we want in our program. The blueprint Upper Iowa used to build its program is very similar to the one we use so I believe this will be a very smooth transition for everyone involved.”
Prior to arriving to Upper Iowa, Bradley was an assistant coach at his alma mater Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis., for one season.
As a collegian, Bradley played for Lawrence for two seasons, claiming All-Midwest Conference and Academic All-Midwest Conference accolades for a team that finished 25-1 and was ranked No. 1 in the nation in Division III for the last month of the season. Prior to Lawrence, he spent two seasons at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and was a member of the Pointer squad that won the 2003-04 Division III National Championship. The former Omro High School standout finished his collegiate career with a combined record of 98-16.
Bradley graduated from Lawrence with a degree in history with an emphasis in secondary education while earning a master's degree in education from Upper Iowa.