Auburn sophomore Carmyn Greenwood will miss all of the 2018 season after a season-ending shoulder surgery.
On Dec. 14, 2017, the Birmingham product had surgery on her right shoulder, which separated during a hitting practice in mid-October. James Crepea of AL.com was the first to report the news.
She rehabbed until the surgery was performed in Florida by Dr. James Andrews, according to Crepea.
Auburn returns its left field starter in Morgan Podany, who will compete with Bree Fornis, KK Crocker and freshman Jenna Olszewski for playing time.
Greenwood appeared in 40 outings for Auburn in 2017, starting in 24. The sophomore notched 14 hits, including four doubles and a trio of RBI.
Her first career hit came on Feb. 2, 2017 in Auburn's home opener against SIUE. Greenwood smacked a walk-off single in extra innings, kick-starting Auburn's 18-1 start at home.
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