Air Force sophomore guard/forward Taylor Stewart hopes to return to practice next week, but he could be out another 10 or so days.
Stewart has been out since breaking his left (non-shooting) wrist on Dec. 28 against Niagara. He recently began dribbling but experienced some stiffness in the wrist, Air Force coach Jeff Reynolds said Thursday.
Stewart, who played in all 31 games last season and started 10, had played in 11 games and started seven this season before his injury.
“It’s been tough,” Stewart said of sitting out. “But it’s also been good for the younger guys, watching them develop. They’ve stepped into their roles really well.”