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Posted at 7:26 PM ET, 12/29/2010

Ashton Pankey to have season-ending surgery

By Liz Clarke

Maryland Coach Gary Williams announced Wednesday that freshman forward Ashton Pankey will return home to undergo season-ending leg surgery.

Pankey, a 6-9 power forward, scored five points and grabbed five rebounds in the Terps’ exhibition victory over Florida Southern on Nov. 1 and played three minutes in the season-opener against Seattle on Nov. 8. The goal of the surgery is to correct a stress fracture in his left leg that sidelined him his senior year at St. Anthony High School and limited his available for the Terps this season.

By Liz Clarke  | December 29, 2010; 7:26 PM ET
Categories:  Gary Williams, Men's basketball  | Tags:  Ashton Pankey, Maryland basketball  
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Hopefully those 3 minutes won't hinder his ability to get a red shirt this season. This class could be helped be breaking it up a bit so Gary doesn't end up with 5 guys leaving at the same time (Howard, Stoglin, Paulson, Parker, and Pankey).

It is a little disturbing that this injury has lingered for so long, and why surgery wasn't performed last year. Obviously Pankey's personal doctors felt that he could rehab the injury. I hope he doesn't turn into another Jerome Burney.

Posted by: Russtinator | December 30, 2010 10:01 AM | Report abuse

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