Jorden Page injury: Saint Mary's guard hurts knee vs. Gonzaga

David Becker

Page missed nearly all of 2010-11 with a knee injury, and he left Monday's WCC title game with a knee injury.

Saint Mary's Gaels guard Jorden Page injured his right knee Monday against the No. 1 Gonzaga Bulldogs in the first half of the West Coast Conference tournament championship game.

He was unable to put any pressure at all on his knee while he was being helped off the floor.

Page, a 6'1 redshirt junior from Australia, has averaged 6.6 points and 1.8 assists per game this season in just under 20 minutes per game for the Gaels, who are the No. 2 seed in the WCC tournament. He scored a season-high 26 points in an 82-75 loss at the Northern Iowa Panthers on Dec. 23. His 19 points on Jan. 23 helped the Gaels to a 67-63 road win at San Francisco.

Page played in eight games in 2010-11, suffering a season-ending knee injury that was early enough to allow him to use it as a redshirt year. He had no points and one assist when he left the game.

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