The hits just keep on coming for the Kent State men's basketball team. A day after getting blown out at South Florida, and already playing without its best player, now this.
Dave Carducci at the Record Courier is reporting on his blog that point guard Randal Holt could miss the next month with a knee injury.
Kent State is already playing without Chris Singletary following surgery to repair the torn meniscus in his right knee. Now the Golden Flashes men’s basketball team may be forced to spend the next month without another key member of its rotation. True freshman point guard Randal Holt injured his knee in Wednesday’s loss at South Florida. The early guess from KSU’s training staff is that the injury will require surgery that could keep Holt out for close to four weeks.
Holt was averaging 3.6 points in 17.4 minutes per game. It has been a rough week for the freshman lead guard from Glenville High School , after getting suspended for Sunday's game against Rochester, then getting hurt in the next game at USF.