By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun
2:02 PM EDT, March 14, 2013
The Tewaaraton Foundation announced Thursday the first of two rounds of additions to the Tewaaraton Award watch list, and Andrew Scalley of Mount St. Mary’s is one of the three names added to the men’s side.
The senior attackman has registered 24 goals and 23 assists through eight games for the Mountaineers. The Arnold native and Archbishop Spalding grad has scored six goals in each of the team’s past two contests, and he became the third player in school history to break into the 200-point club with 201 career points on 123 goals and 78 assists.
Scalley was joined by Princeton senior attackman Jeff Froccaro (14 goals and three assists and 57.1 faceoff percentage) and Notre Dame freshman attackman Matt Kavanagh (nine goals and three assists).
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