There's a ton of potential here that has yet to be realized, and maybe a change of scenery will do the trick. In 2010, Inside Lacrosse pegged Galasso as the top-rated recruit in the nation coming out of West Islip (N.Y.) High. In five varsity seasons, he became the all-time leading scorer in Long Island public school history, bagging 500 points and four state titles. Galasso had an eye-popping freshman campaign for the Tar Heels, winning ACC Freshman of the Year honors and being named to the USILA third team after racking up 56 points on 32 assists (both team highs) and 24 goals. However, he broke his leg that fall. His conditioning for the 2012 season suffered, and he ended up with only six goals and three assists as part of a four-man rotation. Galasso decided in October to leave UNC for Syracuse. UPDATE: Galasso will miss the season after suffering a foot injury that will require surgery, the school said.
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