Reed's Williams Needs Season-Ending Surgery for Second Straight Year

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RENO, Nev. - For the second straight season, Reed star guard Gabby Williams will have season-ending surgery to repair her right ACL.

Williams suffered the injury on January 21 in a game against Spanish Springs. She was able to play in two games following the injury before receiving her test results.

Williams will not be able to play in the McDonald's All-American game, but she is expected to be ready for the start of her freshman season at Connecticut next year.