LEWISTON, Idaho -- Lewis-Clark State's senior guard Jasmine Stohr, who leads the Frontier Conference in scoring, will be sidelined six to 10 weeks with a knee injury.
The 6-foot Stohr, who is averaging 19.9 points per game, sprained the medial collateral ligament in her left knee early in the second half of Thursday night's game against Rocky Mountain College.
She was fouled on a fast-break play underneath the basket.
An MRI taken on Friday revealed the sprain.
L-C State team officials said the injury will not require surgery, but will take time and therapy to fully heal.
Stohr, from Yakima, Wash., will likely miss the remainder of the regular season. The Frontier postseason tournament is six weeks away, with the NAIA national tournament set to start on March 14.
L-C State, 16-2, is ranked No. 6 in the national poll. Stohr ranked second in the NAIA in total points at 358.