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June 4, 2013

RSU AD Bradley to Memphis

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 “Working at RSU has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life,” Bradley said. 
“I’ve been blessed with great opportunities here and have enjoyed working with an incredible group of people. It’s impossible to put into words what being a part of Hillcat Athletics has meant to me and my family. It’s definitely bittersweet to see this chapter of our lives come to an end.”
Bradley directed the construction of more than $4 million in athletic facility improvements that were funded by the student body, which approved a fee to pay for the improvements. Renovations were made at the Diamond Sports Complex, a synthetic turf surface was installed at Soldier Field and a 9,000-square-foot fieldhouse was also constructed in the north end zone of Soldier Field. As a result, Bradley was able to lead a successful bid to host the NAIA Baseball and Softball Opening Round Championships in May 2013. 
The tournaments marked the first national tournament events hosted on the RSU campus and were responsible for more than $240,000 in economic impact to the region. 
A Claremore native, Bradley joined the university in 2006, coinciding with the reintroduction of intercollegiate athletics after a nearly two-decade hiatus. 
He was the school's first sports information director and was promoted to assistant athletic director for media relations and communications in March 2009. 

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