Seth Lundy, Penn State PF, considered 'day-to-day' ahead of Thursday bout vs. Quinnipiac
Seth Lundy has likely been Penn State’s best offensive player this season.
He’s played in all 11 games for the Nittany Lions and is averaging just under 14 points a game with a solid 6.7 rebounds to boot. At 6-foot-6, Lundy is an excellent 3-point shooter and has hit 44.2% of his attempts beyond the line this season.
The Nittany Lions play Quinnipiac Thursday night, facing off against Delaware State later next week before resuming B1G play against Iowa n January. Lundy injured his leg in Penn State’s last game against Canisius and is day-to-day, according to head coach Micah Shrewsberry. And with 2 easy games on the schedule, things could certainly be worse.
Penn State’s Seth Lundy (leg) is “day-to-day” entering today’s game against Quinnipiac, per Micah Shrewsberry. Averages 13.7 PPG and 6.7 RPG.
Shrewsberry on Lundy: “He’ll go through shootaround and then make a decision.”
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Penn State is looking promising so far this season. It knocked off Illinois on Dec. 10 and is off to its best start sine the 2019-2020 season.
Remaining healthy so not to derail that progress is of the utmost importance.