South Florida guard diagnosed with cancer
Tampa, FL (Sports Network) – Senior guard Bradley Mosley, South Florida’s
second leading scorer last season, has been diagnosed with cancer and will
miss the entire 2004-05 season, the school announced Friday.
Mosley, who averaged 14.6 points last season as the only Bull to start every
game, underwent a biopsy on November 8 that revealed renal cell cancer.
“Our team and staff are extremely saddened to learn of Bradley’s diagnosis,”
said USF coach Robert McCullum. “As sad as we are, our sadness is certainly
surpassed by our support and our hope and our confidence that Bradley will
overcome this and that he will be another survivor.”
Mosley had not practiced with the team since October 24. He came to South
Florida in 2003 after two years at Daytona Beach Community College.