Baylor senior guard Kristy Wallace underwent a medical examination on Tuesday after an apparent knee injury in Monday’s regular-season finale against West Virginia.
Wallace was pursuing West Virginia’s Ashley Jones in the backcourt when Wallace’s plant leg slipped. After falling to the court holding her right knee, Wallace hopped off the court and retired to the Baylor locker room.
Wallace returned to the Baylor bench on crutches in the second half after she was honored at halftime during Baylor’s Senior Night ceremony.
“She’s being evaluated today, and we will address any updates at our next media availability, which will likely be Thursday,” a Baylor spokesperson said. “We will have all the info by then.”
The senior guard from Australia leads Baylor in minutes played (30.1 per game), assists per game (5.4) and 3-pointers (38) while averaging 12.9 points per game.