The Spartans went 12-5-6 with a second consecutive NCAA Elite Eight run for 2014.
Ninety-five Spartan student-athletes were recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
The Spartans fall just short of the College Cup in a hard-fought battle with the Friars.
The Spartans reach field of eight for second consecutive year.
The Spartans rally against the Huskies in double overtime thriller.
MSU 3, FIU 0 Sept 5, 2014 - East Lansing, Mich.
2014: Academic All-Big Ten ... Had first career start as a Spartan against SMU (8/29) after transferring from Michigan ... First MSU career assist was a corner kick to Ryan Keener against SMU (8/29) ... Netted first career goal against Maryland in ninth minute (9/19) ... Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 win over Akron (10/7) ... Earned five points in the Western Michigan game, assisting on three goals and scoring a fourth, a 30-yard banger which earned him the No. 4 rank of the SportsCenter Top 10 Plays on Oct. 15 ... Scored game-winning goal against Penn State (10/18) ... Earned College Soccer News National Team of the Week and Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors (10/20) ... Finished tied for sixth in the Big Ten in points (15) ... Tied for first in the Big Ten in assists (7) ... Tied for fourth in the Big Ten in game-winning goals (3) ... Nationally ranked as 33rd in total assists.
2013: Sat out for the season due to NCAA transfer status.
Prior to MSU: Two-time first-team All-State recognition ... Named Michigan Dream Team and McDonald's All-American ... Two-time Michigan ESPN Rise Starting 11 ... ESPN National top-100 players recognition ... Four-time all-OK Black Conference recognition ... Four-time all-district recognition ...Scored 78 goals in high school career with 81 assists, which ranks third all-time in Michigan high school soccer history ... Honor roll student ... Competed in 2012 at the University of Michigan totaling 101 minutes, including two Big Ten Tournament appearances.
Personal: Son of Todd Stacy ... Sister, Terra, played soccer at Grand Valley State ... Majoring in economics.