On Wednesday night, Indiana will play its final game of the 2021-22 season at Assembly Hall. The game will serve as Senior Night for a handful of Hoosiers, but it might not be the last time guard Rob Phinisee steps on the floor.

Tuesday afternoon, Phinisee told reporters that he’s still considering a return to the team for the 2022-23 season so he will not participate in Senior Night when Indiana hosts Rutgers. He did not provide a definitive response as to whether or not he’ll be back next year.

Phinisee still has one year of eligibility remaining because of the 2020-21 pandemic year. The NCAA granted a waiver to all student-athletes because of the impact.

Phinisee is averaging 5.3 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game while playing just under 19 minutes per contest. He’s missed 10 games this season because of injury, appearing in 18 this year.

Phinisee had one of the best games of his career against Purdue earlier this season, leading the Hoosiers to an upset win over the then-No.4 Boilermakers. The senior guard dropped in 20 points while shooting 8-of-13 from the floor, had 4 steals and grabbed 4 rebounds.

Most importantly, though, Phinisee was responsible for the game-winning 3-pointer that snapped IU’s 9-game losing streak to Purdue.

Because of the foot injury, Phinisee has had trouble getting into a rhythm since that victory over Purdue. The Hoosiers still have two games remaining, hosting Rutgers and traveling to Purdue before heading to the B1G Tournament.