Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Spencer Gets 10 Points Against Army

Army coach Joe Alberici said afterward he wished Pat Spencer's Patriot League championship game-record 10 points on Sunday against his Black Knights was a stat line of a swan song.
Because this is really just the opening act.
Spencer, the Loyola freshman attackman, finished with five goals and five assists to lead Loyola to a 14-6 win over Army in the Patriot League championship game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
The Greyhounds improved to 12-3 overall and became the first team to earn a bid to the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament, after Sunday's ACC men's tournament championship game was delayed due to weather in Atlanta.
It's hard to imagine a better year for a freshman, and definitely in Loyola's lacrosse history. With the 10 points, which tied Will Sands (Bucknell) for a Patriot League tourney record set earlier this week, Spencer tied Loyola's Division I record for points in a season with 71, joining Eric Lusby (2012) and Justin Ward (2014). They were seniors.

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