Tech will introduce Bradley Monday

New Montana Tech Athletic Director Charles Bradley will address the public and media at 1 p.m. in the in the Bob and Pauline Poore Conference Room in the Frank and Ann Gilmore University Relations Center.

The former Boston Celtics guard was named AD last week. His first day on the job was Wednesday. He replaces Joe McClafferty, who is now the vice chancellor for development and university relations.

The Celtics drafted Bradley out of the University of Wyoming in the first round (23rd overall) of the 1981 NBA draft. He played 110 games for the Celtics and Seattle Supersonics, scoring 347 career points.

At Wyoming, Bradley earned All-American honors and Academic All-American honors. He also made the dean’s list.

After his NBA career and a brief stint with the CBA’s Wyoming Wildcatters, Bradley went on to coach at the college level for approximately 16 years. He then branched off and spent time in the business world holding executive positions with UPS and Black Sands Holding before vending on his own building two companies, Charles W. Bradley and Associates, LLC and then Protect and Serve Driving Academy.

Bradley holds a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education from the University of Wyoming and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in administration education. Prior to taking the athletic director position at Montana Tech, Bradley was working in development for the basketball program at Mesa Community College.