Loyola's Pat Spencer Named Warrior/USL Player of the Week

Pat Spencer scored 10+ points in consecutive games, making him the first since Lyle Thompson to accomplish the feat. (Photo by John Strohsacker)

Every week, the lacrosse community tunes in to see what Pat Spencer will do next for Loyola men’s lacrosse. He’s had his share of highlights this season, hitting the #SCTop10 limelight on multiple occasions.

Expectations are high for the senior who is quickly working his way up the list of all-time NCAA scorers. But in the past two games, Spencer has been on a level that few have ever reached.

Spencer scored five times and added six assists in Loyola’s 15-9 win over Patriot League counterpart Lehigh. Add in the 10-point game he had last weekend, and Spencer becomes the first player to notch 10 or more points in consecutive games since Lyle Thompson in 2015.

It was another strong performance for Spencer, who earns Warrior/US Lacrosse Player of the Week honors. He leads the nation with 7.70 points per game.

The Warrior/US Lacrosse Player of the Week, selected by US Lacrosse Magazine staff and contributors, recognizes the top performers in Division I men’s lacrosse throughout the season.

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