Virginia freshman forward De'Andre Hunter will miss the NCAA Tournament with a broken left wrist, according to several reports. He will have surgery on March 19. A recovery timeline now projects Hunter will be healthy in 10-12 weeks.
The All-ACC Freshman Team honoree averaged 9.2 points and 3.5 rebounds this season, proving to be a physical and vital defensive force for the best team in college basketball. He reached double figures in 16 games and was Virginia's leading scorer in six contests. Hunter was named ACC Co-Rookie of the Week following his 22-point performance at Miami on February 18. The 83-47 loss to the Fighting Irish (29-3, 15-1) March 2 was the most recent game for the Cavaliers.
U.Va. - the NCAA tournament's No. 1 overall seed - opens play on Friday against 16th-seeded UMBC in Charlotte.
This year, the Cavaliers finished the season No. 7 in the conference and advanced it to the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament, where they fell to No. 5 team in the nation - Notre Dame.
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Pictured, Ohio babysitter , Lindsay Partin (inset) accused of assaulting three year old Butler County girl, Hannah Wesche . At the hospital detectives and hospital personnel noted additional bruising on the child's body. "I mean it unimaginable".