In all, 126 Spartans were recognized for having a 3.0 or higher GPA.
Fiscus, Krolicki and Hague on First-Team list, Jones on Third-Team
Seventh-seeded MSU advances to third round, hosting 10th-seeded Western Michigan next weekend.
The Spartans went 12-5-6 with a second consecutive NCAA Elite Eight run for 2014.
The Spartans reach field of eight for second consecutive year.
2016: Earned second-team All-Big Ten honors ... Has started all 18 matches for the Spartans this season ... Scored first goal of the season against Columbia (9/5) ... Against Rutgers, scored a goal on a penalty kick and added an assist with five shots (9/9) ... Took three shots, one on goal against Michigan (9/18) ... Played 77 minutes against Western Michigan (10/5) ... Took one shot on goal against No. 23 Akron (10/11) ... Scored a goal on his only shot against Yale (10/19) ... Had an assist with three shots against Northwestern (10/22) ... In B1G quarterfinals vs. Penn State (11/6), one of eight players to play all 90 minutes, adding an assist on the first goal ... Took three shots against No. 1 Maryland (11/11)... Started and played 108 minutes against SIUE, assisted Michael Marcantognini in the first goal of the game and made one of eight penalty shots in the 9-8 loss (11/17).
2015: Academic All-Big Ten ... Started in 18 games for MSU as a valuable member of the midfield ... Finished third on the team in points with seven ... Tallied a goal and an assist in MSU's win at Rutgers (9/25) ... Scored against Niagara (9/4) ... Picked up an assist against Oakland (10/28) and Penn State (11/7) ... Finished tied for second on the team in shots with 37.
2014: Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... Earned first career start in match against SMU (8/29) ... Had first career assist against FIU, goal by Adam Montague in 66th minute (8/31) ... Scored his first two career goals against No. 2 Indiana in a 3-2 victory, making him the first freshman to score for MSU in 2014 (11/5) ... Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week and College Soccer News National Team of the Week honors for his performance against the Hoosiers (11/6).
Prior to MSU: Ranked No. 109 nationally, 37th-ranked midfielder and No. 7 in the Great Lakes Region by TopDrawerSoccer.com...Grew up in Japan where he played soccer until moving to Michigan his freshman year...Was a 2010 All-City Select player in Kitakyushu in Southern Japan, helping his team qualify for the All-Prefecture ...Soccer letterwinner at Plymouth Canton for coach George Tomasso...Named All-Conference honorable mention his sophomore season, helping his team to a 24-1-2 record and a Michigan State Championship...Also a member of the CrossFit Club... Starting Midfielder for Michigan Jaguars in 2011 and 2012 under coach Barry Scott... Member of the team that finished as USYSA National Finalist & National League Champions in 2011 and USYSA State Cup, MRL, Regional and National Champions in 2012... Starting Midfielder for the U-16 and U-18 Crew Academy Wolves in 2013 and 2014 under coach Lars Richters and Brian Doyle... Member of the CSA Wolves team that finished No. 8 in the national rankings and qualified for the Academy Playoffs in 2013... Also played as a Michigan ODP starter in 2011 and 2012...Named an All-Tournament player in the ODP winter Interregional at IMG in 2012...Was a member of the team that finished as Region II Champions in 2012... Detroit and Chicago US Market National Training Center Invitee.
Personal: Majoring in applied engineering sciences.