Bradley Ike
Bradley Ike
Height: 6-1
Year: Senior
Hometown: Pomona, Calif.
High School: Diamond Ranch HS
Position: Sprints
EXP: 3V
NORTHRIDGE - 2010
Bradley Ike made his second appearance in the NCAA Outdoor Championships as a member of the Matadors' 4x100 relay team ... the team was disqualified in the prelims for passing out of the zone ... earned his second trip to the NCAA West Region Championships in the 100 meters as well as the 4x100 relay ... ran 11.01 in the 100 prelims and failed to advance to the final ... the 4x100 relay team ran 39.94 to finish 10th among 12 qualifiers ... continued the Matador dominance in the 100 meters at the Big West Championships as he won his first conference crown and Northridge's fourth in the last eight years ... ran 10.52 in the final to hold off teammate Reindell Cole (10.54) after running a lifetime-best 10.42 in the preliminary round ... his time of 10.42 ranks sixth in CSUN 100 meter history ... also posted the top qualifying time in the 200 meters (21.30) before being injured during the final and finishing eighth in 29.70 ... ran the second leg of the conference champion 4x100 relay that ran a season-best 39.86 to win their fourth title in the last five years ... finished second in the 60 meters at the MPSF Indoor Championships after clocking a career-best 6.73 in the final ... his time is a Cal State Northridge indoor record ... ran 21.92 in the 200 meter prelims but did not reach the final ... ran an indoor season-best 21.77 at the Boise State Invitational (Feb. 13) ... earned Big West and MPSF All-Academic honors. 2009
Ike redshirted the indor and outdoor seasons for the Matadors. 2008
Earned his first-ever berth in the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 100 meters ... finished 21st in the prelims in a time of 10.89 ... reached the NCAA West Regionals in both the 100 and 200 meters ... finished fourth in the 100 meters in a time of 10.57 after running a wind-aided 10.35 in the prelims ... finished 16th in the 200 meters prelims (21.81) and did not reach the final ... ran a lifetime-best 10.49 to finish second in the 100 meters at the Big West Outdoor Championships ... his time ranks seventh in Matador history ... earned USTFCCCA All-West Region honors in the 100 meters ... placed fourth in the Big West in the 200 meters with a time of 21.35 ... posted a 200 meter lifetime-best of 21.29 at the Tiny Lister Classic at Cal State LA ... ran the second leg of the 4x100 relay that took second in conference ... finished fourth in the 60 meters in a personal-best 6.79 at the MPSF Indoor Championships ... his time ties for second all-time in Northridge indoor history ... also ran a season-best 22.28 in the 200 at the UW Invitational. 2007
Finished second in the 200 meters and fourth in the 100 meters at the Big West Outdoor Championships ... ran a lifetime-best 10.60 in the 100 meter prelims and also posted a career-best 21.38 in finishing second in the 200 meters ... ran the second leg of the Big West champion 4x100 relay ... was named to the Big West Spring All-Academic Team ... finished sixth in the 60 meters in a time of 6.96 at the WAC Indoor Championships ... also qualified for the 200 meters but ran 22.40 in the prelims and did not reach the final. 2006
Ran a season-best 10.64 and finished seventh in the 100 meters at the Big West Outdoor Championships ... his time ranks fifth in the Matador Freshman record books ... finished third in the 200 meter prelims in a season-best 21.72 (eighth in Northridge Freshman history) but did not race in the event final ... ran the second leg for the Big West Champion 4x100 meter relay team and ran the anchor leg for the 4x400 team that finished third ... placed fourth in the finals of the 60 meters at the WAC Indoor Championships (6.90) ... his prelim time of 6.88 ranks seventh in Northridge Indoor history and second on the freshman indoor list ... also finished fourth in the 200 meters in a personal-best time of 22.01 which is the third-best time among Northridge freshmen. DIAMOND RANCH HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered in track, football and basketball at Diamond Ranch High School in Pomona, Calif. ... earned First Team All-Mt. Baldy League honors in football as a senior ... was also named Academic All-League ... the Panthers won the league track & field championship and football title in 2005 ... also basketball league championship in 2004 ... graduated in 2005 with a 3.2 grade point average. PERSONAL
Born May 1, 1987 in Enugu, Nigeria ... parents are Maryrose and Cornelius Ike ... has two older brothers, Floyd and Franklin and one younger sister, Stephanie ... Floyd played football at Missouri Southern and both parents attended Southern University ... favorites include the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Lakers ... lists BET's "Rap City" as his favorite show and "Don't Be A Menace To South Central" as his favorite movie ... says the best thing about being an athlete is competition on being the best ... major is Business Marketing.

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