Ninety-five Spartan student-athletes were recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
Head coach Damon Rensing breaks down what to expect from the Spartans this season.
Spartan athletes return to campus Tuesday after outstanding offseason.
Head coach Damon Rensing and the Spartans compete in eight spring games.
Seventy-eight Spartans student-athletes were recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
2015: Academic All-Big Ten … Made his first career start on Oct. 18 against Penn State … Appeared in six matches for the Spartans … Picked up his first career point, an assist, in MSU’s 4-0 victory over Niagara (9/4).
2014: Academic All-Big Ten ... Appeared in MSU's stunning 4-0 victory over Western Michigan (10/15).
2013: Appeared in two games for the Spartans in 2013, recording one shot in MSU's 4-0 win against Western Michigan on Sept. 1.
2012: Appeared in six games for the Spartans.
2011: Redshirted and did not compete for the Spartans.
Prior to MSU: Captained his high school soccer team as a senior, and earned four varsity letters in high school ... As both a junior and a senior, he earned All-District, All-Region, All-State, and Academic All-State honors, as well as being a finalist for Kentucky's Gatorade Player of the Year ... Was his team's Offensive Most Valuable Player in his final two scholastic seasons ... High school squad was the No. 2 ranked team in the state each of his four seasons, losing each year in the regional final to the top-seeded team ... Had 49 goals and 48 assists in his four seasons ... Played club soccer for Indiana United Academy, which won a Great Lakes Division Championship in 2010 and 2011 ... Scored nine goals and added nine assists in two seasons ... Also helped Mockingbird Valley to Kentucky State Championships from 2004-2007 ... Was a member of the ODP Kentucky State team from 2007-09, and a member of the region 2 team (2008-09) which participated in the Argentina International Festival in February of 2009.
Personal: Majoring in economics.