Wolfpack’s Henderson has knee surgery
RALEIGH N.C. State redshirt junior Terry Henderson underwent successful surgery Monday night to stabilize his right ankle as a result of torn ligaments suffered Nov. 13 in Wolfpack’s season-opening loss to William & Mary.
The surgery was performed by N.C. State team physician Dr. David Boone.
Henderson, a Raleigh native, is expected to resume basketball-related activities in 6-8 weeks. The 6-5 Henderson started Friday night’s contest before injuring his ankle seven minutes into the game.
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Henderson, who sat out last season after transferring from West Virginia, averaged 11.7 points during his sophomore season in 2013-14.
Campbell: Jarrett Ozimek has been named to the College Football Performance Awards’ 2015 FCS Punter Award Watch List.
Saint Augustine: Olivia Porter , Zoey Isom and Juliseea Thomas were selected to the All-CIAA Volleyball Teams. Porter and Isom were placed on the first team, and Thomas was a second-team selection.
Zoey Isom also capped an outstanding season by winning the CIAA Volleyball Rookie of the Year Award.
Elon: Sydney Busa was honored with a spot on the CAA All-Academic Team.
Shaw: Kelly Murphy, Keveesha Wattley, and Michelle Olmeda -Gonzalez were selected All-CIAA First Team, while Morghan Robinson (Anaheim, CA) tabbed All-CIAA Second Team recognition.
Murphy also was named the 2015 CIAA Volleyball Player of the Year after being the conference leader in kills (403), kills per set (3.77), total attacks (1026); service aces (53) and points (468.0).
N.C. State: The team added two standout players to the program in the early signing period, as announced by coach Simon Earnshaw. Anna Rogers and Adriana Reami will join the Wolfpack prior to the start of the 2016-17 season. Both student-athletes are five-star recruits with accomplished junior careers.
N.C. State: Coach Shawn Rychcik announced that three players have signed a National Letter of Intent. Outfielder Jade Caraway, shortstop Haley Finn and pitcher Peyton Silverman will join the program in the fall of 2016. All three players are on the watch list for FloSoftball’s top 100 players in the senior class.
From news releases