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1 Spencer LaCivita
Spencer  LaCivita

RS Junior

Raleigh, N.C.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 178



No. 22 Virginia Faces Wake Forest Friday in Regular-Season Home Finale

Match will be televised by ACC's Regional Sports Networks


Virginia Has 305 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 3,967 student-athletes recognized


No. 20 Cavaliers Open 2013 Regular Season Friday vs. No. 10 Louisville

Virginia and Louisville meet for first time in men's soccer


Virginia Has 286 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Honor Roll

Conference has record 2,909 student-athletes recognized


Virginia Has 293 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Honor Roll

Conference has record 2,916 student-athletes recognized


Men's Soccer NCAA vs. Lafayette (by Matt Riley)

Men's Soccer NCAA vs. Lafayette (by Matt Riley)

• Ranks sixth in career saves at Virginia (144)
• Ranks seventh in minutes played in goal (3,828) at UVa
• Also ranks 10th in career games played in goal (41)

• Did not see game action

• Redshirt season

• Started 20 of UVa's 21 matches
• Played 1,885 minutes - seventh most in goal in program history
• Finished second in in the ACC in saves (66), fifth in shutouts (6) and sixth in GAA (1.05)
• His total of 66 saves ranks 10th in single-season UVa history
• Recorded six shutouts on the season and owns 13 career shutouts (eighth in UVa history)
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Started all 21 matches, playing every minute of the year
• Fourth in ACC in saves (78), fifth in GAA (1.25)
• Recorded third-most saves in single season in UVa history
• Second in ACC in shutouts (7); second-most shutouts by freshman in UVa history (Jeff Causey, 10 in 1990)
• Earned first shutout in win over Cincinnati (Sept. 2)
• Played 1,944 minutes - sixth most in a season in program history
• First UVa freshman goalkeeper to start an ACC tournament game since 1999, when David Comfort was in goal
• First true freshman to start in goal for a UVa season opener in George Gelnovatch's 16 seasons as head coach at UVa

• Ranked No. 3 goalkeeper (2011), No. 24 overall player and No. 1 overall player in South Atlantic Region by
• Ranked No. 2 goalkeeper in the country (2011) by ESPN Rise
• 2010 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American
• Four-year starter for Millbrook; earned all-state, all-region and all-county honors his final three years
• Won 2010 New York Red Bull High School Cup
• Captained Under-15/Under-16 CASL Chelsea FC Academy team that was a national finalist and posted 19 shutouts
• Member of the Under-17 National Team residency camp (2008) and Under-15 National Team (2008)
• Member of National Honor Society

• Parents are Emil and Nancy LaCivita
• Has two brothers, Taylor and Kyle



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