Senior Andy Means Out Indefinitely

After being an active member of the Duke program for the last two seasons, senior walk on Andy Means has likely seen his final action as a Blue Devil. Sources close to the situation indicate that Means will undergo season ending shoulder surgery over the holiday break.

Means, who reportedly injured his shoulder during the summer, was in street clothes against Portland on Sunday night, and will apparently remain sidelined for the rest of the season, which effectively ends his career.

The 6-foot-5, 200 pound combo guard walked on to the team during the 2001-2002 season. There he made the most of his minutes, scoring 11 points in 31 minutes of game action. He logged career highs in minutes and points in an opening round match up against Winthrop. Earlier that season he pulled down a career high three rebounds in four minutes of action against NC A&T.

Means changed his jersey number to 53 to start the 2002-2003 season to honor his former high school teammate and Kentucky signee, John Stewart, who passed away during his senior season in high school.

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