2017-18 Season Notes: Had to sit out until Dec. 18 because of NCAA transfer rules ... Saw 3 minutes of action in his first game as a Golden Eagle, collecting two rebounds (Dec. 18) ... Posted his career high points in the win over American with nine in 21 minutes, along with collecting seven rebounds (Dec. 21) ... Pulled down eight rebounds and noted three assists against Xavier (Dec. 27) ... Tallied four points at Providence (Jan. 3) ... Played 11 minutes against Butler, grabbing five rebounds and scoring two points (Jan. 12) ... Saw 19 minutes of action and was just shy of double-digit rebounds, with nine, over DePaul, Froling also posted six points (Jan. 15) ... Was the leading rebounder against No. 8 Xavier with eight rebounds, seven points and two assists (Jan. 24) ... Turned in a strong performance in his first start as a Golden Eagles, posting 11 points on 5 for 5 shooting versus No. 1 Villanova (Jan. 28) ... Collected six boards against Seton Hall (2/7) ... Was good for six points in nine minutes over Georgetown (2/26) ... Grabbed a single board and steal in five minutes against Oregon in the second round of the NIT (3/18).
Summer 2016: Played for USA East Coast on a basketball tour in Italy … Team went 3-1 on the trip.
Prep: Played at the Australian Institute of Sport … Four-star signee by Rivals and Scout … Played the 2015-16 season with the Townsville Crocodiles in the National Basketball League … Was invited to play for the World Team as one of the top 12 international players at the 2016 Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Oregon … Member of Australian Junior National Team that earned the silver medal at the 2014 U17 World Championship.
Personal: Born April 1998 … Son of Shane and Jenny Froling ... Both parents played basketball in Australian leagues ... Sisters, Alicia and Keely, both played for the SMU women’s basketball team. Majoring in psychology.
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