Men's Basketball 2003-04
2002-03: Led the Warriors in rebounding with 177 boards…pulled down a team-high 117 defensive and 60 offensive rebounds…played in all 32 games, starting eight in his first year with the Warriors…averaged 7.9 points and 5.5 rebounds a contest…shot 57 percent from the floor and 65 percent from the free-throw line…scored a career-high 19 points vs. Rocky Mountain College (2/13/03)…recorded a career-high 11 rebounds vs. Montana State – Northern (2/27/03)…was named to the Frontier Conference All-Academic Team.
PREVIOUS SCHOOLS: Attended Virginia Military Institute in 1999-2000...averaged 10.3 points per game and 5.7 rebounds as a freshman...averaged 9.6 points and seven rebounds as a sophomore...had 12 points and 12 rebounds versus University of South Carolina as a sophomore...red-shirted at Gonzaga in 2001-02.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from East High School in Anchorage, Alaska in 1998...high school team was in top 25 according to USA Today...a McDonald's All-American nominee in 1998...averaged 16.3 points and 12 rebounds a game as a senior.
PERSONAL: English major…son of Dale and Nell Trombley…born Dec. 5, 1979…COACH PFEIFER ON TROMBLEY: “In some ways it was frustrating last year for Adam and me due to the fact that just when his overall game started to elevate and he was beginning to find his groove, the injury bug would raise its ugly head. Couple that with the fact he was injured the year before and did not play and it magnifies the situation. One of the best illustrations was the day before we had planned to start him prior to the Azusa Pacific game, that afternoon he slip off a truck and had a minor concussion. We are all knocking on wood that the law of averages has exhausted the likelihood that any injuries will take place this year. We witnessed Adam last year becoming more comfortable in his role. It is critical to see that same comfort level in a more night in and night out level of play. What is amazing is when it was all said and done he ended up the leader rebounding on a team that had numerous people who grabbed their fair share of rebounds. Plus he shot and impressive 57 percent from the field by the end of the year and he was well below 50 percent at the halfway point in the season. It has been our experience that second year transfer players reach a much higher level of performance based on the previous years practices and games played, we have every reason to believe this is going to happen with Adam.”
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