College of Charleston loses guard for two-to-four weeks

source: AP

College of Charleston is struggling and sitting in last place in the CAA and things only got worse on Saturday as the school announced an injury to senior guard Anthony Stitt.

The team’s third-leading scorer will miss two-to-four weeks with a knee injury, per the official release from the school. The 6-foot-1 Stitt is averaging 9.4 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game and his loss comes at an especially tough time for the Cougars. Still is also an experienced guard, having already amassed over 1,000 points in his college career.

With an 0-4 conference record in the CAA, the College of Charleston has dropped eight consecutive games and are looking for any kind of spark to help them turn that streak around. Stitt plays nearly 34 minutes a game, so that is plenty of additional playing time to others in the Cougar rotation that could provide a lift.

A road game at Elon comes next for College of Charleston, as they’re currently 5-12 on the season.