Indiana freshman Trey Galloway shines in first half of season opener
Indiana’s Trey Galloway was brilliant in the first half of Wednesday’s season opener against Tennessee Tech.
The freshman guard is one of four highly-touted freshmen for the Hoosiers. All four saw action in the first half, but it was Galloway that shined the brightest.
In 10 first-half minutes, Galloway put up nine points, two assists, and two rebounds. What was especially impressive for Galloway is that he went 4-for-4 from the floor and added 1-for-1 from the free-throw line. He displayed a nice knack for getting to the rim.
Obviously it is incredibly early, but that is a nice way to start your career at Assembly Hall.
Of Indiana’s other freshmen, Khristian Lander played seven minutes with two points and two assists. Unfortunately for Lander, he was 0-for-3 from deep in the first half.
Anthony Leal and Jordan Geronimo played in the first half but neither recorded a basket.
As the season moves along, this is one group to keep an eye on around the B1G. Rob Phinisee and Trayce Jackson-Davis are the stars for the Hoosiers, but this young group of freshmen will be vital to a team looking for a ticket to the NCAA Tournament.