Ingram suffered the knee injury during Friday’s loss at Arkansas St.
FAU is off to a fast start under first-year coach Dusty May. After winning only 12 games last season under Michael Curry, the Owls won for the eighth time in their first 11 games on Wednesday, defeating Florida College 76-64.
No player has responded to FAU’s offseason coaching change better than Ingram. His 18.9 points and 8.2 rebounds per games leads the Owls in both categories. He’s sixth in Conference USA in scoring and fourth in rebounds.
A junior, Ingram started all 30 games last season, averaging 8.9 points and 4.3 rebounds per game.
He’s the second FAU starter expected to miss significant time. Xavian Stapleton is also battling a knee injury that could keep him out for the season.
Stapleton is third on the Owls in scoring at 11.0 points per game and second in rebounding with 5.9 per game.
Of the healthy Owls, guard Anthony Adger leads all scorers with a 13.2 point per game average. Jaylen Sebree’s 4.9 rebounds per game paces the healthy Owls.