(Tulsa-AP) -- University of Tulsa center Jack Ingram has undergone what's described as successful surgery on his shoulder.
T-U trainer Kevin Beets says the surgery repaired a partial separation in Ingram's right shoulder.
Ingram first injured the shoulder in high school, then aggravated the injury during the N-I-T semifinal game against Memphis.
Ingram started eleven games as a freshman last season, averaging 13 minutes, three points and two-and-a-half rebounds per game.
Beets says the sophomore-to-be should be ready by the start of pre-season drills in November.
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