After tearing his ACL and breaking both bones in his right arm during his junior season of high school, Trey Garey’s dreams of playing in college looked all but over. Fortunately, he was able to dig deep, overcome his injury and find tremendous success during his senior year, making it all the way to the State Championship.
But Trey’s playing career was only just beginning… Trey went on to play Division 3 ball at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in Washington where he was named team captain and won the Edwards-Tveter Great Teammate Award.
Unfortauntely, Trey again was hit with a dose of adversity when he tore his other ACL and was no longer able to stay on the floor consistently. He knew he had to find other ways to contribute to his team’s success. He quickly established himself as a great leader and helped younger players make the transition to college basketball. He held his teammates accountable, practiced hard when he could, and did everything in his power to make his teammates better every day.
If you’re looking for a coach who can teach your player how to overcome major setbacks and mental hurdles, Trey will help them instantly build up their confidence so they can maximize their playing potential and make others around them better.
“Yet today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth.”
– Lou Gherig
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