Georgetown's Paul White out for the season
A season-long injury has become a season-ending one for Georgetown sophomore forward Paul White.
Gene Wang of the Washington Post reported on Wednesday night that White's season is over. He underwent a lower abdominal pelvic floor procedure earlier in the day.
Grateful for a successful surgery! God got my back... I just have to watch him work now! #blessings ??— Paul White (@Numba13_) January 13, 2016
White missed the first four games of the season due to a hip injury. He appeared in limited minutes off the bench in the next five games, but missed Georgetown's loss to Monmouth. White would play in two more games; his most effective game coming in a win against UNC Asheville, scoring six points of 3-of-4 shooting and grabbing three rebounds in 15 minutes.
The 6-foot-8 Chicago native appeared in 33 games for the Hoyas as a freshman, averaging 5.0 points and 2.8 rebounds per game in a reserve role.
White should be eligible for a medical redshirt.
(h/t Washington Post)