Drexel guard Damion Lee will miss the rest of the season after being diagnosed with a fracture in his right hand.
The junior, who was averaging 21.4 points a game — fourth in the nation and tops in the Colonial Athletic — suffered the injury in Saturday's overtime loss at Northeastern. He finished with 30 points.
Lee scored 578 points the season, the eighth highest single-season total in Drexel history. The guard from Baltimore also averaged 6.1 rebounds, shot 39 percent from the arc, and 89 percent from the foul line. He made 38 of his last 39 free throw attempts and is now 10th on the career scoring list at the school with 1,538 points.
Drexel has two games remaining before beginning play in the CAA Tournament. The Dragons host Delaware on Senior Night on Thursday at the DAC and close the regular season on Saturday at William & Mary.