On Tuesday, Cleveland State head coach Gary Waters said that freshmen guard Daniel Levitt may be "out for the year" with a knee injury.
"They (team doctors) are thinking that he may have torn (both) his ACL and MCL," Waters said on his radio show Tuesday night. "If that happens, he is out for the year. He hasn't had a diagnosis yet, that is only the in house diagnosis."
Levitt, a walk-on from Montreal, visited the doctor on Tuesday, but hasn't had an MRI yet.
He injured his left knee in the final minute of CSU's 86-68 loss at Oakland on Saturday.
A three-point specialist, Levitt is averaging 4.5 points in 13.8 minutes off the bench. He is tied for second on the team in three-pointers made (16) and is shooting 34.8 percent from long range.
A year ago, Levitt tore his ACL in the same knee and missed his entire senior season at New Hampton Prep in New Hampshire.