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News Feed - January 8, 2009

Georgetown assistant coach Kenya Hunter has been missing from the sidelines the past two games as a result of emergency surgery over the weekend, team officials announced.

A four-year standout point guard for Duquesne (1993-96), Hunter, 36, had undergone hip-replacement surgery last summer and experienced complications in recent weeks.

He was a two-sport athlete at Arlington’s Wakefield High, playing both quarterback on the football team and point guard. After earning his degree from Duquesne, he completed his master’s of education at N.C. State and served as director of basketball operations for the Wolfpack and an assistant coach at Duquesne and Xavier. He joined Georgetown’s staff in May 2007.

By Liz Clarke  |  January 8, 2009; 8:41 AM ET
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