Syracuse, N.Y. - The Syracuse University Men’s basketball team will once again be without one of their centers because of a leg injury, this time for the rest of the season.

Dajuan Coleman will need surgery to repair the leg injury he sustained during the second half of the Orange’s game against Virginia Tech on Jan. 7.

Members of the athletic staff say they attempted to treat the injury but the sophomore did not respond. They say he is still unable to move or jump without experiencing pain.

Last year, Coleman missed a few games for a ligament injury in his knee.