Lakota West product out indefinitely at Notre Dame with health issue

Lakota West product out indefinitely at Notre Dame with health issue
TAMPA, FLORIDA - APRIL 07: Abby Prohaska #12 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish attempts to pass the ball to teammate Mikayla Vaughn #30 against the Baylor Lady Bears during the second quarter in the championship game of the 2019 NCAA Women's Final Four at Amalie Arena on April 07, 2019 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) (ME)

Abby Prohaska’s sophomore season is on hold at Notre Dame.

The former Lakota West basketball star announced Monday she is out indefinitely as she deals with a bilateral pulmonary embolism.

“In other words, I have a blood clot in each of my lungs,” she wrote in a message posted on social media. “The amount of time I will be out is indefinite, but I will be right alongside this team for every game I cannot play.”

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A 5-foot-10 guard from Liberty Township, Prohaska played in 38 of 39 games for the Fighting Irish last season.

She started three games and averaged 1.5 points and 1.8 rebounds in 14.4 minutes per game as a freshman and led the team in charges taken.

She is the Firebirds all-time leader in assists.

“I am thankful for the endless support and love from my family, my teammates, my coaches and my friends. This is just a bump in the road.”

“God’s got me.”