UConn women’s basketball student forward ice brady She will miss the season after suffering a patella dislocation in her right knee, the second season-ending knee injury that the Husky suffered before the 2022-23 season kicked off.
The injury occurred during training on Friday, Brady underwent surgery Tuesday and will begin rehab Wednesday.
“Anytime a player suffers an injury, it’s very heartbreaking because they put in so much time and effort to be the best player they can be,” coach Gino Orima said in a statement. “When she’s pulled – no matter how long they’re out there – not being able to play is a pity. Ice has made a lot of progress since she’s been here and I’m really confident that when she comes back, she’ll be even better and more impactful than she already was.”
Brady, a 6-foot-3 Post player from San Diego, is one of three new students coming to the Husky family, and ranked #5 in her class in the espnW rankings, one place behind her UConn teammate. Ayanna Patterson. After 2020-21 Player of the Year Big Bakers‘ACL injury in August, Auriemma also brought Ines Bettencourt From Portugal to add another goalkeeper.
UConn – ranked No. 6 in pre-season ESPN and AP polls – will have 10 healthy players this season, with Bueckers and Brady sidelined in 2022-23.
In addition to losing the Bakers and now Brady to injury, Kristen WilliamsAnd the Olivia Nelson Ododa And the Evina Westbrook All that’s left of the WNBA. returnees High EdwardsAnd the Dorka JohaszAnd the Azzi Fd And the Caroline Ducharme It will help take the burden on the depleted Huskies, who are on the hunt for their first national title since 2016 and their 12th title overall.
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