UConn’s Terry Larrier out for season with torn ACL

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Terry Larrier will miss the rest of the season after suffering a torn ACL in UConn’s loss to Oklahoma State in the Maui Invitational opener on Monday night.

The school announced the news on Wednesday.

Larrier was averaging 16.7 points in the three games before he was injured. He was UConn’s best player in the early part of the season, which isn’t saying much considering that the Huskies have started the season 2-3 with a pair of wins over Loyola Marymount and Chaminade, neither of which were convincing.

UConn is still without McDonalds All-American point guard Alterique Gilbert, who suffered a shoulder injury last week.