CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Loyola University Maryland freshman attacker Pat Spencer was named the Corvias Patriot League Rookie of the Week on Monday following a pair of games in which he tallied three goals and four assists for the Greyhounds.
Spencer matched his career-high on Saturday with four assists in Loyola’s 10-9 Patriot League road win at College of the Holy Cross. He also scored once in the first half and had four ground balls.
Earlier in the week against then-No. 11 Towson University, Spencer posted a pair of goals along with three ground balls.
This five games this season, the product of nearby Boys Latin School of Maryland leads Loyola in points (21), assists (13) and is second in goals scored (8).
He is tied for eighth nationally in assists per game (2.6), and his 14 assists are tied for third overall. Spencer leads all freshmen nationally in both categories. He is tied for second nationally among freshmen in points per game (4.2).
The award is Spencer’s second of the season. He earned the honor earlier this season after helping the Greyhounds open the season with a win at then-No. 7 University of Virginia.