Jeremy Green sent to hospital
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Stanford guard Jeremy Green was taken to the hospital following the Cardinal's 81-74 victory over DePaul on Sunday.
"As Jeremy was leaving the court following the game, he began to experience some dizziness and stomach pain due to exhaustion," Stanford's sports information department said in statement. "After receiving treatment at the arena, Jeremy was then transported to a local hospital for further treatment. Jeremy is currently in stable condition, and expected to travel back with the team later tonight."
Stanford athletic director Bob Bowlsby said he spoke to Cardinal coach Johnny Dawkins, who said Green has been fighting a stomach virus all week and had been unable to keep any food down. Green never lost consciousness, with the consensus being that he was overcome by exhaustion.
"He got light-headed and passed out," Dawkins said.
Green received attention from paramedics before he was taken to the hospital, Bowlsby said. He was given fluids through an IV.
Stanford canceled its postgame news conference.
The junior from Austin, Texas, played 39 minutes while leading Stanford with 19 points on 8-of-16 shooting against DePaul.
Information from ESPN.com's Diamond Leung and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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