In the Record Book: Program leader in shots per
match (3.97)…Fifth in match-winners (7) and shots attempted
(143)…Tied for eighth in points per match
(1.23)…Eighth in goals per match (0.58).
As a junior (2012): All-Conference Carolinas Second
team…Appeared in 12 matches, matching 11
starts…Led the team with four goals and eight
points…Scored a goal in three straight matches (Sep.
15-22)…Tallied the match-winner at North Greenville (Sep.
15)…Notched the winner in a 1-0 extra time win over Coker
(Sep. 29)…Season cut short due to injury.
As a sophomore (2011): Daktronics NCAA Division II
all-Southeast Region Second team…NCCSIA
all-State team…All-Conference Carolinas
First team…Conference Carolinas Player of
the Week…Ranked 40th in the nation in total goals
(11) and 44th in total points (26)…Listed 65th in goals per
match (0.52) and 71st in points per contest (1.24)…Led the
team in goals (11), points (26) and match-winners (3)…Tied
for second in assists (4)…Appeared in 21 matches, making 19
starts…Put together a six-match point streak, tallying nine
goals and three assist in that span…Season-high two assists
against Barton (Oct. 1)…Netted two goals, including the
match-winner, against Queens (Oct. 8)…Scored two goals,
including the match-winner, in a 2-0 win over Belmont Abbey (Oct.
12)…Tallied his first career hat trick in a thrilling
come-from-behind 4-3 win at Mount Olive (Oct. 15), netting the
winner from the penalty spot in extra time...Scored his 11th goal
of the season at Anderson (Nov. 9) in the first round of the NCAA
As a freshman (2010): NSCAA all-Southeast Region Third
team…All-Conference Carolinas Second
team…Conference Carolinas Player of the
Week (Oct. 5)…Appeared in 20 matches, making 18
starts…Ranked 37th in the nation in total points (28) and
38th in total goals (11)…Tied for the conference lead in
match-winners (four)…Second in the conference and on the
team in points (28) and goals (11)…Fourth on the team and in
the conference in assists (six)…Tallied at least one point
in three straight matches (Sep. 5-14)…First collegiate
assist against Tusculum (Sep. 5)…Scored his first career
goal against Limestone (Sep. 11)…Posted one goal and a
season-high two assists at Belmont Abbey (Sep. 14)…Recorded
a season-high two goals and five points at King (Sep. 29),
including his first career match-winner…Scored two goals,
including the match-winner, at Queens (Oct. 9)…Tallied the
match-winning goal and an assist against No. 17 Mars Hill (Oct.
20)…Scored the match-winner against Queens (Nov. 2) in the
quarterfinal round of the conference tournament…Posted a
goal in the conference tournament final against Coker (Nov.
7)…Scored LMC’s lone goal in the first round of the
NCAA Tournament against Clayton State (Nov. 10).
High School: Graduated from Amersham &
Wycombe College in High Wycombe, England…Coached by Peter
Scott…Scored 34 goals for the Wycombe Wanderers U19 team in
2009…2012 top scorer and forward of the year for Toronto
Lynx PDL…Coached by Duncan Wilde.
Personal: Born on May 25, 1991 in Cannes,
France…Son of John and Kim Galvani…Has one sister,
Lauren (16)…Majoring in sport management…Plans to
continue to live in the USA and play soccer… Community
service while at Lees-McRae includes working with Banner Elk Town