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.
Ivan is in her first season as an assistant coach at the University of Rio Grande.
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Ivan graduated from Beavercreek High School in 2008 and is a 2012 graduate of Urbana University, where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Science-Sports Management.
Ivan began playing travel softball at the age of 10 and played for the Ohio Heat, Virginia Rowdies and Miami Valley Xpress programs.
She was a four-year starter at both the high school and collegiate levels.
Ivan's previous coaching experience includes three years of coaching in the Miami Valley Xpress organization.
Smith is in her first season as a member of the RedStorm coaching staff.
The Cincinnati, Ohio native is a 2008 graduate of Hamilton Ross High School and a 2012 graduate of the University of Rio Grande, where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Health Care Administration and a minor in Business.
In addition to her playing days at Ross High School and with the Miami Valley Xpress summer travel squad, Smith also enjoyed an outstanding collegiate career as a pitcher with the RedStorm.
In 99 career appearances in the circle, 87 of which were starts, Smith compiled a 52-38 record with two saves and a 1.77 earned run average. She authored 18 shutouts and had 78 complete games, striking out 640 batters and walking just 125 in 586-2/3 innings of work.
At the plate, Smith batted .314 for her career with 14 home runs, 94 runs batted in and a .489 slugging percentage.
Smith was named a first team All-Mid-South Conference selection in each of her final three seasons at Rio.
Smith, who currently works full-time at Holzer Senior Care as a Resident Services Assistant, will work primarily with the RedStorm pitching staff.