Game On recently interviewed Karly Buer, Emily Frazier, Jasmine Gardner and Ellee Rollins, the four seniors on the 2014-15 Liberty women's basketball team.
The quartet played a key role in Liberty's 26-7 season, which saw the Lady Flames sweep the Big South regular-season and tournament titles and make the program's 16th NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship appearance.
Buer made a significant impact during her one year with the Lady Flames, earning second team All-Big South recognition. She was also named Big South Player of the Week on December 1 and MVP of the GSU Thanksgiving Tournament. Buer, who scored her 1,000th career point against Campbell on January 24, is working on a master's degree in outdoor adventure sport.
Frazier closed out her career in impressive fashion, making the all-tournament team at the 2015 Big South Championship. She played 123 games in a Liberty uniform, starting 98 times. Frazier, who ranks fifth in program history with 423 career assists, graduated with a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies in May 2013. She is currently working toward a master's degree in elementary education and married Samuel Seaborn last week.
Gardner appeared in 122 games as a Lady Flame and wrapped up her career as one of the top rebounders in program history. She ranks 11th on Liberty's all-time rebounding list with 604 boards, including a career-high 15 rebounds against Charleston Southern on March 2, 2013. Gardner graduated with a bachelor's degree in fashion merchandising in May 2014.
Rollins appeared in 73 games during her time with the Lady Flames, serving as team captain as a senior. She became just the second walk-on to play four seasons under head coach Carey Green. Rollins, who scored a career-high 10 points against Bluefield State on December 13, 2012, graduated with a bachelor's degree in nursing in May.
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