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Hoosiers freshman Collin Hartman tears ACL in workout

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BLOOMINGTON – Indiana’s preparations for a likely NIT bid had a bit of bad luck on Saturday.

During a morning workout, freshman Collin Hartman tore the ACL in his right knee and will miss any postseason games which the Hoosiers might play.

“We did have a injury today. Collin Hartman planted his leg wrong in a drill and hurt his knee. The news is not good in that he has a Torn ACL and we are waiting to make sure that’s all,” said head coach Tom Crean in a statement release through the team. “Collin has been practicing well and getting better. This is a setback for him.

“Collin has a strong future with us and his summer will take a different turn. He is in great hands with this Medical staff.  He will be evaluated more tomorrow. Keep him in your prayers.”

Hartman, who was an Indiana All-Star during his high school days at Cathedral, played sparingly in his first season in Bloomington. He played a total of 72 minutes scoring 11 total points and grabbing 15 rebounds.

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