· 4 year started at Syracuse University
· 2x First Team All-American
· 2x NCAA National Champion (2008, 2009)
· 2x recipient of the Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr, Award (Nation’s best goaltender)
· Tewaaraton Award Finalist
· Rattlers Rookie of the Year (2011)
· Member of the 2014 USA Men’s National Team
· Named 2014 Warrior Goaltender of the Year
2015: Played in 13 games for a total of 775:20 minutes. Galloway had a13.39 goals against average with a 186 saves. He had a .518 save rate and a 7-6 record on the season. MLL All-Star
2014: The net-minder posted career numbers in his 4th season with the Rattlers. Galloway led the MLL in record (10-4), GAA (11.16), Saves (194), and time (833:36). Galloway was selected to the US Men’s National Team. Led the Rattlers to the MLL Championship Game.
2013: Started in 13 games, notching 756 minutes in goal. Galloway had 167 saves and a .525 save rate. The goaltender finished the season at 6-7 with an 11.97 goals against average.
2012: Galloway started in 13 games for the Rattlers. He tallied 736 minutes in goal while notching 172 saves earning him a .524 save percentage. Galloway finished the season with a 6-6 record and a 12.71 goals against average.
2011: Started and played in ten games, logging 576 minutes in goal as a rookie. Compiled a 2-7 record with a 13.11 goals against average. Had 146 saves and a .537 save percentage. Won the Rattlers Rookie of the Year Award,
Galloway was the only goalie to win the NCAA National Championship as a freshman and sophomore year. He was a four year starter at Syracuse and a 2x First Team USILA All-American. In his junior and senior year at Syracuse, Galloway was the recipient of the Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Award for Nation’s best goaltender. He was a 2x Big East Goalkeeper of the Year (2010, 2011). Became the second goalie ever to be a Tewaaraton Finalist and finished his career as the NCAA and Syracuse’s all-time wins leader (59). He left Syracuse laying claim to the school record for best career goals against average (7.33). In his junior year, Galloway set the school record for single season GAA and led the nation at 7.16 before breaking his own record in his senior with a 6.70 goals against average.