2009-10: Andrew Pawlyk enters his junior year
coming off a solid sophomore campaign that saw him establish
himself as a key cog in the Spartan rotation . . . has worked very
hard both on his game and his body . . . is a relentless worker
that has put in tremendous time in the weight room and on the court
. . . has a great work ethic that will enable him to become a front
court force for the Spartans . . . is a player that is strong in
the paint, especially defensively . . . is a good post defender
that is also an outstanding defensive rebounder . . . will be an
important part of the Spartan front court rotation as a junior.
2008-09: Played in all 26 games, earning a start in 12 of those contests . . . averaged 19.3 minutes, 5.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game . . . shot 50% from the floor for the year while he converted 66.7% of his free throw attempts . . . established a career-high of 15 points in the February 18 win over Gallaudet as he went 6-for-8 from the floor and 3-for-4 from the free throw line . . . established a career-high with 13 rebounds in the December 6 game against Stevenson . . . scored in double figures three times with all three times coming in the last eight games of the year . . . recorded a double-double on January 28 against Hood with 10 points and 12 rebounds . . . handed out 21 assists, blocked two shots and recorded 15 steals during the year . . . shot over 50% from the floor in 14 games . . . went 18-for-26 from the floor over the final six games of the year.
2007-08: Finished the year playing in 13 games as he came off the bench in all his appearances . . . finished the season averaging 0.8 points, 0.9 rebounds, and 3.8 minutes per game . . . had his best game of the year on January 4 against Eastern as he had a season-high six points on 3-of-5 shooting in six minutes of action while he also pulled down three rebounds . . . he pulled down three rebounds twice to establish his season-high.
Personal: Is the son of Gerald and Ruth Pawlyk . . . born on July 25, 1989 . . . is a Business major . . . played for Dan Haughney at Tulpehocken High School.