Seniors helped pace men's basketball to best season since 1990, and set the table for years to come.
Graduation ceremonies held for Class of 2012.
Men's basketball looks to rebound in regular season finale against Santa Clara on Saturday.
BRIEFLY... Kelsey Chine played three seasons at LMU... earned a walk-on spot to the roster in the fall of 2009 after transferring from El Camino College. Graduated in May 2012.
HIGHLIGHTS AT LMU...
IN 2010-11 Junior... played in four games on the season, playing five minutes... he hit a free throw against Seattle... also had a rebound in that game...
IN 2009-10 Sophomore... Played in nine games on the season, averaging 3.6 minutes... scored 11 points... Played first game of career against North Dakota, hit a three-pointer on only attempt... played 11 minutes against AAU, scoring five points with a rebound and a steal... played one minute against CSUB, earning a block... played nine minutes with three points, a rebound and a steal against Portland... played two minutes with a rebound against Gonzaga...
PRIOR TO LMU... He graduated from Westchester High School in 2008 with a 3.6 GPA and went to El Camino College for one year (2008-09). He played all four years at Westchester, playing off the bench and earning a varsity letter his final two seasons. He averaged eight points per game and six rebounds as a senior. At El Camino for one season, he started the entire season for coach Paul Landreaux, averaging 12 points, three assists, a block and a steal.
PERSONAL... Kelsey C. Chine was born in Inglewood, Calif., and is the son of Pat Chine... he has a brother, Shandal, and a sister, Ashley... he is a Business Administration major.