Hoosiers’ Kline has surgery
Bloomington, IN (Sports Network) – Indiana Hoosiers sophomore forward Sean
Kline will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing right knee
surgery on Monday.
Kline was hurt in a 71-56 loss to Purdue on February 14. The 6-foot-8, 235-
pound Huntington, Indiana native was that team’s fourth leading scorer with
7.1 points per game at the time of the injury.
“We have missed Sean’s presence in the last two games, and we’ll miss him the
rest of the season,” IU head coach Mike Davis said. “But he has a great
attitude about things and we look forward to getting him back next year.”
Kline is expected to return to the court for the 2004-05 season, according to
team surgeon Dr. Steve Ahlfeld.