Knee injury could end season for Seton Keough's Morris

February 09, 1996|By Kevin Eck

Seton Keough senior guard Melanie Morris might miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury during the top-ranked Gators' victory over John Carroll Wednesday.

Doctors told Morris that the injury was to the medial-collateral ligament in her right knee, although they were unsure how extensive the damage was because of swelling.

Morris, who has signed with American University, is scheduled to get a magnetic resonance imaging in two weeks.

She will be out a minimum of two weeks, missing the rest of the regular season, including two games next week against No. 3 St. Mary's for first place in the Catholic League.

"If everything goes well, she may be able to play in the Catholic League Tournament," Seton Keough coach Jim Stromberg said. "But that would be very optimistic."

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