Video: USC women's basketball honors four on senior day
USC women's basketball celebrated its four graduating seniors Sunday at the Galen Center with flowers and framed jerseys to commemorate their careers as Trojans. Seniors Cassie Harberts, Desiree' Bradley, Kate Oliver and Rachel Totten were brought to the court before the game against California and presented in front of family and friends for their efforts at USC. Watch the ceremony in the video below:
Harberts is currently USC's No. 8 all-time leading scorer and posted her 26th career double-double in the Feb. 14 win over Oregon. Last summer, Harberts won a gold medal as a member of the USA's World University games team. The forward from San Clemente, Calif. is majoring in human performance and minoring in nutrition and health promotions with plans to become a doctor.
Bradley has established herself as a great perimeter threat for the Trojans during her four years at USC. The forward from Oklahoma City, Okla. is majoring in policy, planning and development with an emphasis on real estate development.
After transferring from Marist, Oliver contributed to USC for two seasons as a powerful shooter from the front court. Oliver was a member of Australia's Under-17 and Under-19 national teams and is majoring in international relations with hopes of traveling the world after graduation.
Totten joined the Trojans in 2011 as a walk-on after a stint at UC Santa Barbara. The guard from Los Angeles is majoring in political science with a minor in forensics and criminality. Totten hopes to pursue a career as a lawyer upon graduation.