M14HOOPS SUCCESS STORY: Andrew Galow
Congrats to Andrew Galow on his outstanding college career at Rhodes College and being selected to the DIII National All-Star Game.
From Matt Miller: It has been a true privilege to have worked with Andrew Galow. His father was my sophomore coach while in high school and still one of the greatest basketball minds that I have ever been around. Being able to help his son out was extremely fulfilling as it was the only way I could pay back a small portion of what his father did for me. We worked with Andrew each summer after his freshman season in college on his attack dribble, offensive pick n roll, and his over all Point Guard IQ. To this date he is one of the hardest workers I have ever trained and it was not shocking to me that he was selected to the national all-star game. I will truly miss the phone calls after games/seasons to break down what happen and how to make it better. He is a true student of the game.
I’m extremely proud of him as he has taken all that he has learned and applied it in college (on and off the court). Andrew is a great example of what hard work and dedication can do. Congrats to him and his family on his achievements this season and good luck to him as he attempts to become a professional in Europe.
From Andrew: “Before M14 I had no understanding of handling the ball. I used my length and shooting ability to counteract my weakness as a ball handler. When I got to college, I wanted to become a true pg who understood the ball screen and was able to break down defenders in late shot clock situations. M14 gave me that and more. After all the summer workouts, I became a true pg with the complete understanding of ball screens and many different ways to attack a defender with a variety of change of speed moves. This led me to become the conference player of the year in the SAA and amass over 1,400 points in college .”
For more on his accomplishments click HERE