Cal State Northridge
Played in 62 games, 41 as a starter in two seasons at Cal State Northridge ... Shot .521 from the floor and averaged 5.2 rebounds per game in two seasons.
2009-10 Season (Senior)
Named CSUN's Defensive Player of the Year ... Averaged 10.1 points (third-leading scorer) and 4.9 rebounds per game (#2 on the Matadors) ... Scored in double-digits in 15 games including a career-high 26 points (11-for-13 from the floor) against Coastal Carolina (11/24/09) ... Also tallied ten rebounds against Coastal Carolina (11/24/09) ... Grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds against UC Davis (3/4/10).
2008-09 Season (Junior)
CSUN's fourth leading scorer (9.3 ppg) ... Second on the team in shooting (.577, 105--for-182) ... Tallied season-highs in points (19), free throws (11), assists (4) and blocks (2) against UC Irvine (1/24/09) ... Collected a 7-for-8 shooting performance at Cal State Fullerton (12/29/08) that produced 17 points along with a career-high 13 rebounds ... Enjoyed 17 points along with nine rebounds at New Mexico (11/24/08) ... Hit a perfect 6-for-6 from the floor in scoring 12 points at Stanford (11/18/08) ... At the NCAA Tournament against Memphis (3/19/09), scored 12 points along with six rebounds ... Collected four double-double (points-rebounds) ... Earned his first double-double (points-rebounds) with 14 points (6-for-8 from the floor) along with ten rebounds vs Denver (12/9/08) ... Followed the Denver game with another double-double with the same totals, 14 points and ten rebounds against Pepperdine (12/18/08) ... Scored in double figures in 14 games ... Collected a season-high four steals at Rider (11/29/08) ... Averaged 5.5 rebounds per game, second-best on the Matadors and #12 in the Big West Conference ... Grabbed five or more rebounds in 18 of the 31 games ... His 14 blocks were second-best on the Matadors ... Voted by the coaches as the CSUN Scholar-Athlete Award winner.
Cal State Northridge: 2007-08 Season
Pepperdine University: 2006-07 Season (Sophomore)
Started 22 of 31 games, including the last 19 games ... Averaged 6.5 points and 3.7 rebounds per game ... Shot 55 percent from the field, 75 percent from the free throw line, and was second on the team in blocks (19) ... Scored a season-high 20 points against Binghamton (12/28/06), and added a career-high seven rebounds in the season finale against San Diego (3/2/07) in the WCC Tournament.
Pepperdine University: 2005-06 Season (Freshman)
Averaged 7.1 points and 3.2 rebounds per game while starting 14 of 25 games for the Waves ... Appeared in 25 games, 14 as a starter ... Scored a season-high 19 points along with six rebounds against Long Beach State ... Collected a team-high 17 points and six rebounds at USD ... Had six double-digit scoring games and led the Waves in rebounding four times ... Averaged 8.2 points and 3.5 rebounds per game in WCC play.
Cedar Community School
Prepped at the Cedar Community School in Nanaimo, British Columbia ... A senior team member from 2000-05 ... A four-time first team All-Star ... An All-Canadian game invite in 2005 ... Team captured a gold medal at the 2005 British Columbia Provincial Championships and a silver medal in 2004 ... Was tabbed Most Valuable Player in 2005 ... Under-17 Junior National team won a silver medal ... Gained international experience playing on Canada's Young Men's National team that won the bronze medal at the Under-21 World Championships in Argentina during the summer of 2005 ... Averaged 33 points and 15 rebounds as a prep player ... Also competed in track and volleyball ... Graduated in 2005 with a 3.6 gpa.
Born April 18, 1987 in Nanaimo, British Columbia ... His parents are Leslie and Glenn Galick ... Has one older brother Robbie Galick (24) ... Lists the Phoenix Suns as his favorite professional team and Suns guard Steve Nash as his favorite professional athlete ... Favorite foods includes pasta and sauce, but not a favorite of spicy food ... Rudy Gay (Memphis Grizzlies) is the best athlete he has competed against, and he lists Arnold Schwarzenegger as his favorite actor ... Favorite television show is Myth Busters on the Discovery Channel ... Enjoys listening to the music of Red Hot Chili Peppers ... If he were NCAA president for a day, Willie would eliminate the rule that requires a student-athlete to redshirt a year after transferring from another school ... One of his best friends on another team is Tomas Pranciliauskas, who hails from Lithuania and currently plays for Pepperdine ... A resident of Nanaimo, British Columbia ... Kinesiology major.