By John Bohnenkamp
Iowa guard Kylie Feuerbach will miss the 2022-23 season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee, coach Lisa Bluder announced on Friday.
Feuerbach, a 6-foot junior, suffered the injury during a team workout. She is scheduled to undergo surgery later this month.
Feuerbach, a native of Sycamore, Illinois, played in all 32 games for the Hawkeyes last season after transferring from Iowa State. She averaged 3.4 points, 1.3 rebounds and one assist per game in 14.6 minutes. Feuerbach also ranked third on the team in free-throw percentage last season, making 86.2 percent of her attempts (25-of-29).
Iowa has depth in the guard court. All-American guard Caitlin Clark is back, along with fellow starters Gabbie Marshall and Kate Martin. Sydney Affolter, who played in 19 games last season, returns, and the Hawkeyes added transfer Molly Davis and freshman Taylor McCabe in the incoming recruiting class.
Photo: Iowa guard Kylie Feuerbach (4, center) will miss this season after suffering a knee injury. (Stephen Mally/hawkeyesports.com)