Aaron Fuller Injury: USC Forward To Have Shoulder Surgery

The USC Trojans officially announced on Thursday night that junior forward Aaron Fuller would miss the rest of the regular season, diagnosed with a anterior labrum tear in his left shoulder. The surgery will be performed by Dr. James Tibone at USC Hospital on Thursday, January 26.

Fuller, a native of Mesa, Arizona, transferred to USC from Iowa after the 2009-2010 season and sat out all of last season while practicing with the team. The 6'6", 235-pound Fuller led USC in rebounding this season at 5.9 boards per game and was second on the team in scoring at 10.6 points per contest. With a field goal percentage of 51.5%, Fuller was one of just three Trojans to shoot 40% or higher this season.

The injury to Fuller is the latest in a long line for USC this season. Senior point guard Jio Fontan (left ACL) and sophomore forward Curtis Washington (labrum) each had season-ending surgery before the season, and sophomore forward Evan Smith aggravated a prior labrum injury and played just 47 minutes in four games before his season was done.

USC (5-14, 0-6) has 12 games remaining on the schedule in its season, and currently has just seven scholarship players on the active roster.

For more information on USC basketball, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles.

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