GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNC Greensboro men’s basketball rising senior Kyrin Galloway has been selected to represent Australia’s Emerging Boomers team in the upcoming University Games that will take place July 3-14 in Naples, Italy. The team first faces Israel on July 5 before also facing Mexico and the Czech Republic.
The University Games is the largest multi-sport event outside of the Olympics and features approximately 10,000 athletes who are currently completing university studies.
Last season, Galloway set career highs across the board as he was a full-time starter for the Spartans, who won a program-record 29 games. In UNCG’s second game of the year against then-No. 23 LSU, the Milton, Georgia, native scored a career-high 32 points on 12-of-14 shooting from the field and eight 3-pointers made.
In total, Galloway finished the season averaging 9.4 points per game – third-highest on the team – along with 4.3 rebounds per game and the highest 3-point percentage (.379) amongst all Spartans.
Entering his senior season, Galloway has appeared in 100 games with 38 starts, scoring more than 600 points to go along with 375 career rebounds.