The career of one of Vanderbilt’s biggest contributors has come to an end.
Matthew Fisher-Davis has played his last game as a Commodore according to Adam Sparks of the Tennessean.
Fisher-Davis, a senior guard, has missed the past two games after suffering a torn labrum and right shoulder subluxation in a 74-67 loss to Kentucky on Jan. 13. He underwent MRIs last week and an additional medical evaluation with his family present on Sunday, according to coach Bryce Drew.
Fisher-Davis will undergo shoulder surgery Friday morning at Vanderbilt. He faces a six-month recovery, which will put any potential professional career on hold.
He played in 116 ames in his career at Vanderbilt and averaged 10.5 points per game. He was averaging 11.9 points per game through 16 games during the 2017-18 season.
The Commodores are 7-12 (2-5) overall headed into a game in Knoxville against Tennessee Tuesday night.