Excerpt from the Dayton Daily News
Wright State junior point guard Trey Calvin didn’t spend any time reveling in his 28-point gem against Cleveland State last week — even though it was seven points more than he’d ever scored in college.
He went 10 of 18 from the field, 3 of 5 on 3′s and 5 of 5 on free throws. But for the Chicago-area native, the 85-75 loss makes the feat a little hollow.
“It’s a great feeling, obviously, when shots are falling. But honestly, I don’t even think about that game anymore because we lost. Having 28 points doesn’t mean anything,” he said.
The same goes for the night he rose up for 21 points against Purdue, a total topped by only two other players this season against the Boilermakers.
If Calvin had to single out his best game this year, it’d be the 14-point, five assist, two-steal showing in the Purdue Fort Wayne win. He attempted only six shots, making five, and was at his facilitating best.
“I like to do a little bit of everything,” he said. “Against Cleveland State, some of our guys weren’t playing well, and if I can get them going on the offensive end rather than me scoring, I’d choose that for sure.”