Lomason finds his range as the Cougars find their stride
KALAMAZOO, Mich. —
Trenton Lomanson has made an immediate splash with KVCC. The Schoolcraft product has been deadly from deep.
“I think the strongest point of my game is my shooting I feel like I’m. 50% from the three all day.” Lomason said.
His head coach Jim Horn couldn’t agree more about the sharp-shooter’s ability.
“Trenton is one of the best shooters in the league. That’s his strength his ability to score and score quickly.” Horn added.
Lomason has come into his own scoring 16 and 18 points in his last two outings. He’s averaged 37% from long range in 19 games and he has quickly become threat from downtown.
“His release has gotten quicker and I think he has done a great job of making the transition and he has a bright future ahead of him.” Horn said.
Though he has already become a key contributor, the freshman guard wants to add another element to his game.
“I want to continue to improve I would like to get my dribble back against better competition but for now I’m a catch and shoot guy” Lomason explained.
For a guy who used to be an eagle His career is primed to take flight at the JUCO level.
“I think the sky is the limit for him because shooting is at premium in the game of basketball and that is one thing he can do so he will have a lot of opportunity after KVCC” Horn said.
With 12 games left in the regular season, The Cougars will lean on Lomason to help them make a push to the postseason.