Amie Smith Bradley is serving in her first year as Texas Women's Basketball Special Assistant. In this capacity, Smith Bradley manages day-to-day program responsibilities, coordinates basketball camps and serves as the program's liaison for community relation efforts that are coordinated through UT student services and marketing.
Before joining the UT staff, Smith Bradley was the head coach of the Trinity University (San Antonio) women's basketball program since 2005. In seven seasons with the Tigers, Smith Bradley amassed a 117-70 (.626) career record that stands as the second-best mark in school history.
During her tenure, the Tiger women's basketball team earned the top seed in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference West Division in both 2008 and 2009. Smith Bradley led Trinity to the SCAC Championship game in 2006 and 2009.
Under Smith Bradley the Tigers made two trips to the NCAA Division III playoffs.
The former Amie Smith played for Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame coach Jody Conradt at UT (1993-97) and was a four-year starter and member of the Texas 1,000-point Club. Smith Bradley was the squad's rebounding leader each season, team captain during the Longhorns' 1996-97 campaign and a member of the 1996 Southwest Conference Championship squad.
Smith Bradley was the recipient of The University of Texas Jill Sterkel Leadership Award and earned recognition on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll all eight semesters during her collegiate career. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration in 1997.
Following her graduation at Texas, Smith Bradley went on to become the founder and owner of a basketball skills training company in Dallas where she trained athletes of all age levels and abilities. A master at teaching the art and science of basketball, Smith Bradley was hired as a motivational speaker for coaching clinics, camps and athletic banquets throughout the state of Texas. She was also an active coach in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU).
A graduate of 27-time state champion Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, Smith Bradley served on the coaching staff of her alma mater from 1999 to 2005.
Smith Bradley is married to Steve Bradley, a former Texas football player. The Bradleys are parents to five children: daughter Brooke (12), son Jack (11), daughter Paige (9), daughter Bryn (6) and son Ty (5).