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Lisa Bluder ‘not worried’ about Hannah Stuelke’s injury ahead of Sweet 16
Bluder had not ‘heard anything yet’ about Molly Davis’ status
IOWA CITY — Iowa Coach Lisa Bluder is “not worried” about Hannah Stuelke’s ankle injury from Saturday’s practice, she said after Sunday’s second-round win against Georgia.
The Cedar Rapids native “turned her ankle” in the last three minutes of practice Saturday, Bluder said, and did not play in the 74-66 win Sunday.
“They did treatments on it last night until late and again this morning,” Bluder said. “I really thought she was going to be able to go today.”
Stuelke participated in initial warmups before later standing off to the side with fellow injured-player Kylie Feuerbach.
“When she came into the locker room after the first warm-up, I knew it was going to be tough for her,” Bluder said.
Bluder had not “heard anything yet” about guard Molly Davis’ status. Davis suffered an injury in the first quarter and limped to the locker room.
The Central Michigan transfer returned to the game twice, though — once for 40 seconds in the second quarter and then again in the final three seconds of the game.