PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -Providence junior center Ray Hall is out with an injury that will end his career with the Friars.
Coach Keno Davis said Friday that Hall, who averaged 2 points and 1.7 rebounds a game in his two seasons at Providence, will remain with the team but will not play for the remainder of his college career.
Davis called the injury ``unfortunate'' but said the decision was in the best interest of Hall's long-term health.
Arthur Parks, the Friars' sports information director, said medical privacy rules prevent the college from discussing the injury.

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