Rush's Hohensee back home after being hit by car

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. -- Chicago Rush coach Mike Hohensee was at home Saturday recovering from injuries sustained when he was struck by a vehicle in a parking lot.

Hohensee, in his seventh season as coach of the Arena Football League team, was treated at St. Alexius Medical Center and released late Friday, Rush spokesman Mike Alzamora said in a news release.

It hasn't been determined whether Hohensee will be available to coach the team Monday night at home against the Philadelphia Soul.

Hohensee was walking through a grocery store parking lot in Streamwood o Friday afternoon when he was hit, Alzamora said.

Hohensee, who has coached or played in the AFL in each of its 20 years, earned his first title last season when the Rush won the ArenaBowl. He was a star quarterback at the University of Minnesota.