16 - Andrew Scalley
Andrew Scalley
Height: 5-10
Weight: 180
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Arnold, Md.
High School: Archbishop Spalding
Position: A

AS A JUNIOR:  Named First Team All-Northeast Conference at attack...Led the Mount with 53 points on 29 goals and 24 assists his junior season...Scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Mount to a 16-15 victory over Robert Morris in the NEC semifinals...Finished that game with four goals and an assist...Added two goals and two assists in 12-6 loss to Bryant in NEC Championship game to earn All-Tournament team honors...After seeing his consecutive games streak with at least on point snapped at 37 games vs. Drexel, posted multiple-point games in each of the final nine contests...Had two goals and five assists for a seven-point day in the 15-6 win at Michigan...Had four goals and an assist in regular season loss at Robert Morris...Had two or more goals in each of the final nine games of the season...Tallied 22 goals and 18 assists for 40 points over the that stretch...Had two goals and four assists in 9-8 victory against Sacred Heart...Added 33 ground balls on teh year, including career-high six at Michigan.

AS A SOPHOMORE:  Named First Team All-Northeast Conference after posting 38 goals and 14 assists for 52 points in 2011...Named to the NEC All-Tournament team after scoring eight goals and two assists in the Mount's wins over Bryant and Quinnipiac...Had five goals in the Mount's 14-9 win over Quinnipiac in the NEC title game...Chipped in three goals and two assists in 14-9 win over Bryant in NEC semifinals...Scored two or more goals in each of the last six games of the year...Had four goals and an assist in win over VMI and four goals against Loyola...Posted three goals and three assists in 12-8 win over Detroit...Has recorded at least one point in all 32 of his career games played at the Mount...Added 28 ground balls and four caused turnovers...Led the team with eight extra-man goals.

AS A FRESHMAN:  Named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Year after finishing with 32 goals and 17 assists for 49 points...Was the MAAC Tournament Most Valuable Player after scoring three goals, including the game-winner at the buzzer, in the Mount's 7-6 win over Siena in the MAAC title game...Was also named to the NEC All-Rookie squad...Had six games with three or more goals, including a career high five in the Mount's 13-9 win at Marist...Finished that game with a career-best six points...Had four goals in the Mount's 18-8 win over Saint Joseph's...Had three goals in the Mount's NCAA First Round loss at Virginia...Had three goals and two assists against Wagner...Scored a goal in each of the Mount's final nine games, posting 24 goals in that stretch...Named NEC Offensive Player of the Week twice and MAAC Offensive Player of the Week one time during the season...Named NEC Rookie of the Week on two occasions.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played on the boys lacrosse team in his final two seasons at Archbishop Spalding... Earned Addidas All-American honors in his junior season... Paced the team with 35 points in his senior year... Notched six goals against Loyola Blakefield in his final season. 

PERSONAL:  Parents are Elizabeth and Thomas... Has one brother, Thomas and one sister, Bridget... Born Aug. 12, 1991... Majoring in business.