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Craft breaks hand, ending career at OSU

Per reports, Craft's season has come to an end with a broken bone in her hand.

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

The Ohio State Buckeyes announced today they would be without senior guard, Cait Craft for the rest of the NCAA tournament. In practice this week, she, unfortunately, broke a bone in her left hand.

The Findlay, Ohio native has started the past 102 games for the Buckeyes in the last three years. Earlier this year Craft missed a game due to having a sore foot.

This year Craft has averaged 4.6 points in 25.5 minutes per game, she also ended up with 60 assists on the season. In her career, she has averaged 6.4 points per game. In Ohio State school history, Craft ranks 11th in three-point field goals with 135.

The Buckeyes return to the court  Friday, March 25th against Tennessee in a Sweet Sixteen match-up.