MILWAUKEE -- Marquette men's basketball forward Juan Anderson underwent successful shoulder surgery Wednesday, and is set to begin a six-month rehab process immediately.
The Oakland, Calif., native endured a right shoulder injury during a workout following the 2011-12 campaign. He had surgery on the same shoulder in December of 2011, following a fracture. "All of us, including Juan, are disappointed that he will not be able to be a part of our team activities on the floor this summer," head coach Buzz Williams stated, "but, for his career, this procedure was the right thing to do. "His rehab time is estimated at six months, but, with Juan's discipline and our support staff's expertise, we will do all that we can to get him back on the court as soon as possible." Anderson appeared in 24 games off the bench for the Golden Eagles in 2011-12, averaging 0.7 points and 0.8 rebounds per game.