The lone senior on Indiana’s basketball roster suffered a non-contact knee injury, the school announced.
Forward Collin Hartman hurt his left knee Tuesday in a “non-contact drill during individual workouts,” the team said in a release. The Hoosiers added “He will continue to be evaluated and his condition will be updated at an appropriate time.”
The official start to the season is less than two months away with practice starting in just about three weeks.
Hartman was a valuable part of the Hoosiers 2015-16 team which made a run to the Sweet 16. Paying 21.9 minutes per game in 35 contests, Hartman averaged 5.0 points and 3.1 rebounds per game in his junior season.
The 6-foot-6 Indianapolis native is a 40 percent 3-point shooter on his career and has hit 29 treys in each of the last two seasons.