The Australian pipeline continues as the 6-8 forward will join the Leopards this fall
Zalys posted a career-high 21 points in the 79-77 win
Leopards try to enter the Patriot League Tournament on a high note
Lafayette falls in double-overtime, 86-83
Lafayette struggles offensively in 73-61 defeat
Photos by: Hana Isihara
Photos by: Hana Isihara
Photos by Rick Smith
Lafayette Men's Basketball vs. BU (2-6-16)
Lafayette Men's Basketball at Loyola (1/30/16)
General: Has very good size, plays hard and runs the floor well...played extensively on the club circuit in Australia...has international playing experience.
2015-16: Started in 17 of the 30 games he played in...pulled down a career-high eight rebounds along with five points against SFBK (12/2)...scored a career-high eight points at USC (12/23)...tallied six points and five rebounds at Army (1/6).
2014-15: Appeared in 24 games for the Maroon and White during his junior season, averaging less than five minutes per contest...scored a bucket in the NCAA Tournament Second Round game against Villanova (3/19)...Recorded his best game of the year with four rebounds, three points, a black and a steal at Bucknell (1/7)...added a bucket at Fairleigh Dickinson (11/30).
2013-14: Played in 28 games, making seven starts...averaged 1.2 points, 2.0 rebounds in 19.6 minutes per game...second on the team with 16 blocked shots...scored four points and grabbed three boards in 18 minutes in the Patriot League Tournament First Round at Loyola (3/3)...had one basket in the loss at Army (3/1)...tied a season-high with five points to go with three rebounds against Lehigh (2/23)...Had three rebounds in the win at Holy Cross (2/19)...Added two points and three rebounds in the win over American (2/15)...blocked a career-high three shots in the win over Loyola (2/12)...scored two points at Lehigh (1/25)...had one basket against Holy Cross (1/22)...scored two points and blocked a shot in the loss to Boston (1/11)...grabbed three boards at Seton Hall (12/27)...had two blocks in 10 minutes off the bench at St. Francis Brooklyn (12/19)...scored two points and grabbed three rebounds against Immaculata (12/17)...played 17 minutes, had five boards and two blocks at Wagner (12/4)...started in place of the injured Dan Trist and scored five points, grabbed five boards and blocked two shots in 20 minutes in the win over Penn (11/30)...played four minutes off the bench at NJIT (11/23)...scored a basket and secured two rebounds in nine minutes off the bench at Princeton (11/20)...grabbed two boards, blocked a shot and had a steal versus Robert Morris (11/12)...played in 19 minutes off the bench and secured a career-high six rebounds against Villanova (11/8).
2012-13: Played in 33 games, making two starts...set a new career high with four points, had a steal and blocked a shot in 13 minutes off the bench in the Patriot League Tournament quarterfinal win over Holy Cross (3/6)...scored two points in Lafayette's win at Holy Cross (2/20)...grabbed a steal in the win at Lehigh (1/27)...had two points in the win over NJIT (1/2)...snatched two rebounds in four minutes against Delaware (11/28)...had four rebounds and two blocks in his first collegiate start at Maryland (11/20)...collected two steals at Morehead State (11/18)...grabbed four rebounds and had two assists in 21 minutes at Kentucky (11/16).
High School: Played for coach Damien Cotter, who mentored teammate Dan Trist on the U-19 Australian National Team...member of the Bankstown Bruins from 2008-2012 and was named a U-18 Gold Medalist...played at the 2010 Under-18 Sydney Junior Championships where he helped his team to a runner-up performance...also led his squad to the final four of the state championships.
Personal: Son of Koert Musters and Doris Wittmann...has a younger sister, Adeline...born on June 24, 1993.