Lafayette registers its best shooting performance of the season in 90-85 victory
Turnovers prove costly in 74-59 defeat
Petrie nets 23, Klinewski adds 20 in men’s basketball’s 93-83 win
Petrie ties his own single-game rookie scoring record with 29 in defeat
Petrie scored 11 in the final 41 seconds to give Lafayette a chance, final shot to tie falls off rim
2017-2018: Tied his career-high in blocks and steals with two apiece in a win over Loyola…scored a career-high nine points, including his first career three-pointer, in a home contest against Bucknell…ripped down nine rebounds back-to-back against Colgate and Bucknell, tying a career-best both times…has made his presence felt on the glass, averaging 3.6 rebounds per game, ranking third on the team…appeared in 30 games during his sophomore campaign, logging valuable minutes off the bench for the Maroon and White…converted 30-of-52 from the field, en route to a team-leading field goal percentage (57.7%).
2016-17: Played in all 30 games as a valuable big off the bench in his freshman year...tied a career-high with eight points in the second half against Lehigh...picked up a season-high two steals in the loss at Lehigh...scored eight points on 3-of-4 from the field and 2-of-3 from the foul line in the win over NJIT.
At Choate: Spent a prep season in the U.S. playing for Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn. under Lafayette alum and former assistant coach Drew Dawson ’03...spent four years at St. Francis Xavier’s College, Hamilton in Australia...while overseas, was a Sporting Blue Letter recipient each of his four years, given to the top 10 sporting students in the state...was the captain of the New South Wales country team for two years and represented the Pacific at the Nike All-Asia Camp...on the club and international circuit, he played for Australia as part of the U-17 squad and was an Australian representative at the New Zealand Easter Tournament...his New South Wales country team was also a dual gold medalist at the National Championship...averaged more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per contest on his way to First-Team All-New England accolades...earned distinction in the New South Wales economics competition and was the All-Rounder of The Year, an award given to his school’s top student-athlete, in 2015.