Breeze handler Alan Kolick tore both the Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) and Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) in his right knee while playing for the DC club team Truck Stop recently. Although the rehab time is typically not as long for injuries to these ligaments as it is for ACL injuries, it could still be significant. It has not yet been determined 100% whether he will need to undergo surgery. This injury follows a broken arm he suffered in the 2016 club season after the AUDL season had concluded.
Kolick played the 2nd year of a two year contract with the Breeze in 2017 with 19 goals, 32 assists, 11 blocks and a 95% passing percentage from 351 completions on the season. He amassed a +/- of 36 in 232 points played in 11 games of action. Kolick has been instrumental in getting the Breeze to the East Division final and the brink of Championship Weekend both years since he joined the team in late 2015.
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