Sedona Prince has missed the entire season after fracturing her right leg during the summer in Mexico. [Stephen Spillman for Statesman]

BEVO BEAT Women's Basketball

Texas basketball freshman Sedona Prince ruled out for the season

6-7 post broke her leg while competing for Team USA in August in Mexico City

Posted February 12th, 2019

Story highlights
  • Texas expects her to have four years eligibility remaining when the team convenes again in October
  • Prince earned McDonald's All-America honors as a senior last year at Liberty Hill High School

Texas women’s basketball freshman Sedona Prince successfully underwent an additional procedure on her lower right leg on Tuesday. Prince will miss the remainder of the 2018-19 season for the Longhorns, according to university officials.

The 6-foot-7 post sustained a lower right leg fracture on Aug. 4 while competing for the United States U18 Team at the Women’s Americas Championship in Mexico City. She had surgery upon her return to Austin.

Sedona Prince is expected to retain four years of eligibility when the 2019-2020 season convenes in October. [Rodolfo Gonzalez for AMERICAN-STATESMAN]
“Being a member of the University of Texas basketball program has and continues to be the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for me,” Prince said. “While I am disappointed that I will not get to play for the Longhorns in my freshman season, I am looking forward to focusing on my rehab and my academics, and I am extremely excited about being back on the court with my teammates.”

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