Shyanne Sellers is day-to-day after sustaining a knee injury, according to a Maryland women’s basketball spokesperson.

Just before halftime, Sellers leaped up to catch the ball from Brinae Alexander, but when she went to land, she collided with Penn State’s Chanaya Pinto and fell to the court clutching her knee.

Sellers did not return to the game and used crutches to get around on the sideline, according to Lions247 reporter Daniel Gallen.

[Maryland women’s basketball loses Sellers to injury, blown out by Penn State, 112-76]

Sellers, a junior, leads Maryland in points, assists and rebounds per game. She is also the only Terp to play more than 30 minutes per game this season. Her status will be crucial for Maryland as it approaches back-to-back games against ranked opponents this week, with No. 10 Indiana on Wednesday and No. 3 Iowa on Saturday.

In potentially good news: Sellers’ father, Brad Sellers, tweeted “God is good!!!!” on Monday afternoon.

Maryland is already short two players — both Riley Nelson and Emma Chardon tore their ACLs earlier this season.