LMU's Douglas Out for Remainder of 2020-2021 Season with Injury
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Injury News: LMU’s Douglas Out for Remainder of Season (lmulions.com)

Hope To See Douglas Playing Again Soon

It has just been announced on the LMU’s website (link above), Dameane Douglas is out for the remainder of the season. This news comes after he sat out the entire 2019-2020 basketball season.

The article doesn’t go into the details of the injury, so I can only speculate it is very bad and may be a repeat injury. Come to think of it, I’m not entirely sure what the injury was that sidelined him last season.

“Dameane is a tough person who is the ultimate competitor…There’s no doubt in my mind he will come back a better player and more determined individual than ever before. He means so much to our team and is a huge part of what we are building here at LMU.”

Stan Johnson

Douglas was starting to show his natural basketball abilities and athleticism, so this injury is definitely going to be a major setback to the program. I hope he can recover during the off-season and come back healthy for the 2021-2022 season.

LMU (8-6) will continue their WCC regular season play this Saturday (1/30) at 2PM PST when they face the USD Toreros (2-6) down in San Diego. LMU should definitely be favored in this one, but after how crazy this season has been with COVID-19 game cancellations, they shouldn’t take this Toreros team lightly.

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