|Hometown:||Twin Falls, Idaho|
|High School:||Twin Falls H.S. '05|
|Previous College:||College of Southern Idaho|
2007-08: Bratvold earned Big Sky Conference All-Academic accolades and started 28-of-29 games for the Eagles this year. She had double-digit point totals on nine occasions, including in 8-of-12 games from Dec. 29-Feb. 14. Her high of 18 came against defending Big Sky champion Idaho State on Jan. 10. She also had a pair of steals in that contest. Bratvold led the team in scoring against Marist on Nov. 24 with 12 points and Northern Colorado on Jan. 17 with 13. She had six rebounds against Pacific-10 Conference opposition in Washington State. Bratvold then grabbed eight caroms at San Francisco exactly a month later. Versus rival Gonzaga on Dec. 29, she shot at an impressive 80.0 percent clip (4-of-5) and tallied 10 points. Eleven- and 13-point performances were accomplished against Sacramento State on Jan. 5 and Feb. 7, respectively. She had 13 tallies against Northern Colorado on Jan. 17 and 15 in a road contest against Portland State on Jan. 26. Against eventual Big Sky champion Montana on March 6, Bratvold had a team-high five rebounds to go with three steals. Her eight rebounds against Montana State two days later tied for the team lead in that contest.
CSI: While playing for the College of Southern Idaho, Bratvold earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Region 18 accolades while averaging 10 points and six rebounds per contest her sophomore year with the Golden Eagles. The CSI team captain shot 37.8 percent from beyond the arc her sophomore year. As a freshman, Bratvold averaged nine points and six rebounds per game. She had the second-highest shooting percentage on the team that year at 44.2.
Personal: At Twin Falls High School, she earned 5A Player of the Year accolades for the state of Idaho. She helped lead TFHS to a third-place finish at state her senior season, the team's best performance ever. She also earned region player of the year accolades her senior season, averaging 15.3 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game. Bratvold lettered in track and field her last two years of high school. She was a member of the National Honor Society and earned the Idaho Top Scholar award as well as congressional awards. She is the daughter of Richard and Bonnie Bratvold. Her mother is an EWU graduate. She has one sister, Kelsy, 15. Bratvold is majoring in exercise science.