It appears as though Indiana will not be entering the 2016-17 season whole as senior forward Collin Hartman had surgery done to repair an unspecified injury.
The injury was sustained during a non-contact portion of practice this week, but the team has not provided any information on the severity of the injury or when will return.
Judging by head coach Tom Crean's comments, the senior likely has a significant injury.
“Any time you see one of your players go down to injury,” Crean said in a statement, "it tears you up as a person and as a program — even more so when it’s someone like Collin Hartman, who has been a huge part of our success and is in his senior year. We all look forward to helping him recover and rehabilitate.”
As a junior last year, Hartman averaged five points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.7 assists per contest.