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McKenna Will Miss Entire 2006 Season

Tim McKenna will miss the entire 2006 soccer season due to a Grade 3 hip flexor strain. He injured his kicking leg back in early August while the team was playing in Costa Rica. McKenna injured his rectus femoris during a punt. During the 2005 Season he was the goalkeeper in 14 games for Stockton.

Tim began rehab with Stockton Athletic Training 5 days per week beginning on August 21st. "Tim has put out a lot of work to get back this season. However, since the injury involved a key muscle for his punting and goal kicks we were unable to get him back this season. It was a pretty serious muscle injury for a goalkeeper. We are presently just getting him through fairly aggressive agility drills and we haven't even begun any kicking yet.", commented Jon Heck, MS, ATC, Coordinator of Athletic Training.

Currently McKenna will continue his rehab program and we fully expect him to be ready for the spring soccer season in 2007.


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