Sophomore guard Wynston Tabbs will miss the upcoming season with a left-knee injury, according to Jon Rothstein. In a particularly big year for head coach Jim Christian, this is a significant blow to an already inexperienced team.
In his freshman campaign, Tabbs was the third-leading scorer for the Eagles, averaging 13.9 points and 3.9 rebounds per game.
Not to mention, he missed the second-half on the season due to an injury as well. The Maryland product became the first freshman in BC history to score at least 15 points in each of his first three games.
With the loss of Ky Bowman and Jordan Chatman, and now Tabbs, senior Nik Popovich will be asked to do even more. The Eagles may be in major rebuilding mode this year, and possibly for the foreseeable future.
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