Emma Bradley of South Fayette was named to Westminster College’s All-Decade Teams for women’s lacrosse.
Bradley already holds every goalkeeping record for the Titans heading into her junior season.
An all-conference honorable mention performer as a freshman, she started in all 18 games during the Titans’ PAC Championship season in 2019. She led the league with a career-best 9.54 goals against average. She also earned a career-best 42.3% save percentage and a career-high 126 total saves — both most in a season in program history.
Bradley finished 2019 with a 14-3 record for the most victories in a season ever by a Titan. Her 15 career wins is also a program record.
Bradley owns the school’s best career goals against average at 11.03, save percentage at 39.6% and has the most saves with 181. Additionally, her 44 ground balls are tied for the seventh-most all time.
Before the 2020 season was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bradley was leading the team with 55 saves.
Academically, Bradley continues to display the skills that garnered her highest honors and President Scholar recognition at South Fayette. Last year, she was named to the PAC Academic Honor Roll.
Bradley is a biology major. Upon graduation, she plans to attend medical school and specialize in pediatrics.