“On the court, terrific for our guys individually and as a group,” Kruger said. “A lot of guys from a confidence standpoint really grew. And this last ballgame kind of got our attention again in a positive way.
“And off the court, just fantastic. People in Belgium and France were very hospitable and friendly, and the guys enjoyed all of that as well.”
Freshman guard Jordan Woodard had nine points, three assists and three steals.
“It was a really great experience,” Woodard said. “We got to play against some good competition, especially our last game against professional players. We bonded as a team, and I feel like that was the most important result of the trip. For me, it definitely helped a lot.”
The team heads home Friday, flying from Paris to Dallas before bussing to Norman.