WASHINGTON (AP) -DaJuan Summers, the leading scorer for No. 25 Georgetown, has a strained muscle in his left foot, making him unlikely to play in Saturday's game at No. 8 Marquette.
Summers was hurt in the first half of Wednesday night's 65-57 loss at Cincinnati, the Hoyas' fourth straight defeat.
Summers is averaging 14.7 points for the Hoyas (12-7, 3-5), who were ranked in the Top 10 earlier this month but will likely fall out of the rankings next week unless they can beat Marquette (18-2, 7-0).
Georgetown is officially classifying Summers as day-to-day, but coach John Thompson III said early Thursday - while Summers was being examined - that ``it doesn't look good for him being able to go on Saturday.''

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