May 30, 2006
Baltimore, Md. - Loyola midfielder Andrew Spack has been named an honorable mention All-America by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA). Spack, a three-year starter for the Greyhounds, becomes the 124th All-America in men's lacrosse program history at Loyola.
This past season, Spack led the Greyhounds in assists with 15. He finished second on the team in scoring with 11 goals and 26 points while picking up 34 groundballs and causing five turnovers.
Spack scored in eight of Loyola's 12 games and registered three multiple-goal games. He ranked among the nation's leaders in man-up goals with five, as well as face-off percentage with a .545 success rate in the X.
Twice this season, Spack recorded a 10-for-12 day in the face-off X, dominating in wins over Rutgers and Wagner. He also won 13-of-18 face-offs against Georgetown as the Greyhounds knocked off the second-ranked Hoyas, 14-10.
Spack becomes the 68th honorable-mention All-America in Loyola history and the first since Stephen Brundage garnered honorable mention honors in 2003.
For a complete list of this year's men's lacrosse All-Americas, visit Inside Lacrosse.com.