In the best of three run final, the NSWIS snowboarder was super consistent, putting down good scores in each of her competition runs, with her highest score of 78.13 coming in run number two.
Coady’s run included a smooth rail section at the top of the course followed by the jump section with a switch backside 900, backside 720 and a frontside 720 with a double grab.
Taking the win was New Zealander Zoi Sadowski-Synnott with a score of 85.95 points, with two time Olympic champion Jamie Anderson of the USA in second place scoring 81.10 points.
“I am so stocked, it’s been a really great week here”, said the 2017 World Junior Champion from Melbourne.
“I was psyched when I made finals, but to come out with a podium is the best, it’s the cherry on top.
“It’s a tough field, the women are on another level at the moment and I am really excited to be a part of that.”
The medal is Coady’s second of the season and the fourth major medal of her career (1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze).
Coady's NSWIS teammate Matt Cox placed 17th in his heat, missing out on the top eight required to reach the men's final.