Cape Fear Christian Academy held a signing ceremony for Milos Galogaza on Thursday in the Upper School building. Galogaza has completed a letter of intent to play at Belmont Abbey.
Galogaza, a 6-feet, 8-inch native of Serbia, averaged 13.8 points as a senior for a CFCA team that went 11-20 against a demanding schedule. The Eagles won their opening game in the NCISAA 1-A playoffs, 77-66, at home against Neuse Christian.
The Eagles were topped 79-53 at United Faith in Charlotte but Galogaza scored 18 points and got the attention of scouts.
Belmont Abbey is located in Belmont, N.C.
The Crusaders were 12-19 overall and 5-13 in Conference Carolinas, an NCAA Division II league, in 2017-18.
Belmont Abbey is coached by Billy Taylor. Crusader assistant coach Matthew Graves was involved in recruiting Galogaza.
“It’s a beautiful campus,” said Galogaza, who is interested in studying business and sports management.