|Hometown:||Red Lion, Pa.|
|High School:||Red Lion|
2010-11: Begins his second year in the Green and White looking to build on a successful, but limited, freshman campaign . . . brings a toughness to the interior for the Spartans as he plays much bigger than his 6’4” frame . . . is a very strong player that has a knack for coming up with big rebounds . . . has a soft touch inside the lane . . . is a rugged defender that will continue to improve with more floor time . . . is a very good passer that has good court vision . . . should see significant time in the Spartan rotation.
2009-10: Was limited to 14 games as he broke his foot in early January . . . averaged 4.8 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per game . . . shot 71.4% from the floor as he made 30 of his 42 attempts from the floor . . . recorded a career-high 17 points in the December 2 win over Penn State-Abington while he also registered a career-high eight field goals made . . . handed out a career-high five assists and a career-best three steals in his collegiate debut on November 15 against Penn State-York . . . established a career-high of two blocks in the December 14 game against Wesley . . . broke his foot after the Hood game on January 9 and missed the remainder of the regular season . . . scored in 13 of his 14 games while he grabbed at least one rebound in 11 contests including a career-high five at Hood on January 9.
Personal: Is the son of Stephen and Donna Maciejewski . . . born on March 26, 1991 . . . is an Undeclared major . . . played at Red Lion High School under former Spartan and 1,000 point scorer Steve Schmehl . . . earned YAIAA?First-Team All County honors in both his junior and senior seasons . . . his Lion squad captured the county championship during his freshman year and were runner-ups during his sophomore year . . . Red?Lion qualified in each of Maciejewski’s years on the team . . . was a captain during his junior and senior years . . . played three years of varsity football and was named a Pennsylvania AAAA First-Team All-State punter as a senior . . . was highly recruited as a punter at a number of Division I programs.