For the third time this season, Mount St. Mary's senior attack Andrew Scalley (Arnold, Md./Archbishop Spalding) has been honored as the Northeast Conference Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week following eight goals and six assists in two games last week. Scalley has now won the award six times during his four-year career.
Scalley put together a career day with new personal bests of six goals and 10 points in the Mount's 16-7 home win over Manhattan on March 9. His previous career best for points was nine set Feb. 23 against Delaware. Scalley had scored five goals in a game twice before the win over Manhattan.
In the Mount's other game last week, a 19-9 loss at No. 6 Johns Hopkins, Scalley played a big role in the offense with two goals and two assists.
The senior leads the NEC in goals (20) and assists (18) this season and ranks fifth on the Mount's career goals list with 117. With eight more points, Scalley will become the third player in Mount St. Mary's history with 200 career points.
The Mount is in action tomorrow with a home game against Georgetown at Waldron Family Stadium at 4:00 p.m.