A native of Portsmouth, Ohio and a 2006 graduate of Northwest High in McDermott, Bradshaw was a four-year letter winner at Wright State and a member of three Horizon League championship teams. She was a first team All-Horizon League selection as a sophomore and a senior and was a second team All-Horizon pick as both a freshman and a junior.
During her final season in a Raiders uniform, Bradshaw was named the Most Valuable Player and the Outstanding Defensive player of the Horizon League tournament.
Bradshaw finished as Wright State's all-time career leader in games played (236), games started (236), runs (173), doubles (46), runs batted in (162), total bases (393) and assists (622). She also ranks second in the program's history in at bats (752), hits (249), slugging percentage (.525), walks (97) and stolen bases (83) and is third on the school's all-time list with 24 home runs.
Bradshaw's assists total is the top career mark in Horizon League history and she ranks in the league's all-time top 10 in at bats, hits, RBI, triples and stolen bases.