Lafayette picks up first win of season, 72-54 over Navy.
General: Very good around the hoop with both hands but can take his game outside to 18 feet...has signiﬁcant international experience, playing with Australia's under-19 team at the U-19 World Championships in 2011.
2012-13: Started in all 29 games in which he played...third on the team in scoring with 12.4 points per game...scored 13 points and hauled in four rebounds in the semifinal win over Lehigh (3/9)...blocked two shots and added four points in the Patriot League Tournament quarterfinal win over Holy Cross (3/6)...scored 15 points and set a new career-high with four assists vs. American (3/2)...netted 14 points and five rebounds at Colgate (2/27)...had 14 points in the win over Lehigh (2/24)...scored 13 points in 18 minutes at Holy Cross (2/21) after missing two games with a right ankle injury...had 13 points in the win at Navy (2/9)...scored 12 points at American (2/2)...put in 12 points in the win over Colgate (1/30)...scored 14 points on 7-of-10 from the floor at Lehigh (1/27)...matched his career-high with seven rebounds against Holy Cross (1/23)...scored 11 at Bucknell (1/19)...led Lafayette with 16 points and six rebounds at Army (1/16)...scored 17 points in the win over Penn (1/8)...netted a game-high 14 points to go along with seven rebounds and a career-high three steals at Minnesota (12/22)...scored 14 points in the win over Arcadia (12/18)...had 10 points on 6-of-7 from the line in the win over Sacred Heart (12/9)...scored 17 points at Fairleigh Dickinson (12/7)...poured in a team-high 16 points in the win over St. Francis Pa. (12/4)...scored 15 points and grabbed five rebounds at LIU-Brooklyn (12/1)...poured in 16 points in the win against Delaware (11/28/12)...seven rebounds at Monmouth (11/26)...returned after missing three games with a left ankle injury to score 10 points against Princeton (11/25)...set a new career high with 30 points on 14-of-18 from the field against LIU-Brooklyn (11/12)...scored 16 points on 7-of-7 shooting and hit his first career three pointer vs. St. Francis-Brooklyn (11/9).
2011-12: Patriot League All-Rookie Team...played in 31 games, making 20 starts...averaged 16.7 minutes, 5.7 points and 2.1 rebounds per game...blocked 17 shots, good for eighth in the Patriot League...dropped six points in the quarterﬁnal win at Holy Cross (2/29)...contributed eight points at American (2/25)...had six points at Lehigh (2/18)...scored four points in 10 minutes vs. Holy Cross (2/15)...scored four points in seven minutes at Army (2/8)...blocked two shots and had six points vs. Navy (2/4)...scored 11 points vs. American (1/28)...matched a season-high with 13 points at Colgate (1/25)...scored a season-high 13 points on 6-of-8 shooting from the field (1/23)...netted 11 points at Holy Cross (1/19)...scored five points in the win vs. Army (1/11)...tallied four points in 12 minutes at Navy (1/7)...started and had seven points vs. Penn (1/4)...scored four points in 13 minutes off the bench at NJIT (1/2)...netted two points in 14 minutes vs. Monmouth (12/28)...scored nine points and grabbed four boards at Vanderbilt (12/21)...registered seven points on 5-of-6 shooting at the charity stripe at Sacred Heart (12/11)...scored eight points and contributed two steals in 13 minutes off the bench at Penn State (12/7)...picked up three rejections vs. Long Island (12/5)...played 11 minutes off the bench at Princeton (11/30)...scored four points at Delaware (2/26)...played 19 minutes and grabbed five rebounds vs. FDU (11/22)...played 26 minutes and had three assists vs. Wagner (11/19)...made first career start vs. St. Francis N.Y. (11/16)...had eight points and six boards at St. Francis Pa. (11/14)...played a team-high 35 minutes off the bench and scored 12 points at La Salle (11/11).
High School: Selected to the New South Wales All High School Team in 2009 and 2010..in 2009 was one of three Australians selected to the Nike All-Asia Team to play at the Nike Global Challenge in Portland, Ore....in 2009, he was one of five of his countrymen tabbed for inclusion at the Nike Development Camp in Beijing, China...was lauded for his academic pursuits at Sydney North by the Secondary Sports Association for representing his school in sport while maintaining outstanding academics...has a twin brother, Benjamin, who is studying advanced science at the University of New South Wales.
Personal:Son of Clive and Helga Trist . . . has a twin brother, Benjamin . . . born on Aug. 29, 1992.
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