Mosqueda-Lewis Injured – And Out – In The Stanford Game

by Categorized: Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, UConn women's basketball Date:

Sometimes in the midst of a wonderful game, the joy is tempered by the concern for the well-being of a young woman injured in pursuit it.
No. 1 UConn played No. 3 Stanford Monday at Gampel Pavilion, their first meeting at this castle in the cow pasture since 1993 when national championships were just a dream for Geno Auriemma.
And two hours ago Auriemma and Tara VanDerveer shook hands at center court wishing each other luck,
But now, even though UConn is sailing right now, it may also be without one of its stars, junior forward Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis with a right arm injury
With 18:09 to play in the second half, Mosquesda-Lewis, a preseason Associated Press All-American and UConn’s single-season career leader in threes, fell hard to the floor under the Huskies basket.
Her cries were immediately obvious, especially in the dead quiet of a building rendered silent by its concern as Rosemary Ragle, the team’s athletic trainer, rushed across the floor to comfort her.
The preliminary report is not clear, although there is a complication with her right arm. All UConn is saying is that she will not return.

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