As a Senior in 2011: Started all 27 matches he played in ... served as a team captain ... earned spots on the All-MPSF second team and the MPSF All-Academic team ... had the most kills on the team in a single match, recording 29 against Hawaii (Jan. 23) ... also had four digs and seven blocks in the match, his last at Honolulu's Stan Sheriff Center, where he played often in high school ... reached the 20-kill plateau on seven occasions, including four straight matches in March ... had two double-doubles, both coming in April ... recorded the second double-double in the final match of the season against Long Beach State (April 23), with 18 kills and 11 digs ... had 13 kills in the fourth and fifth sets to help beat UC Irvine on Feb. 12 ... tied the score three times in the fourth set when CSUN was second on the verge of victory (March 25) ... team in kills (405), while third in both aces (14) and assists (22) ... ranks third in career kills for a Stanford player in the rally-scoring era with 1,288, behind teammate Brad Lawson for second place ... member of Stanford's winningest senior class, which posted 81 victories over four years.
As a Junior in 2010: Played and started in 26 matches, completing his third season as a starter ... all-around player who combines outstanding passing with hitting, serving, and defense ... hit .559 (21-2-34) in four-set victory over Long Beach State ... hit .550 (13-2-20) in sweep of Hawai'i (Jan. 16) ... missed four matches because of injury and Stanford lost two of them ... third on team in kills (250 out of 582 attempts) and kills per set (2.81) ... had 137 digs, 35 sets, 12 aces, and 49 total blocks (6 solo; 43 assists) ... third on team in points (289) and points per set (3.25) ... earned MPSF All-Academic team.
As a Sophomore in 2009: Outstanding all-around player who possesses outstanding ball-control, blocking, digging and passing skills, as well as hitting ... named to All-MPSF third team... started all 31 matches he played in ... ranked third on team in kills for the season with 388, including 20-kill matches against UCLA (22), UCSB (22), and BYU (20)... recorded second most service aces on team with 24, behind Evan Romero... had 200 digs for the season, including a 15-dig effort against USC in MPSF tournament... averaged 3.40 kills per set ... had 11 digs and 22 kills in five-set winning effort at UCSB (Feb. 21) ... earned MPSF Academic All-Conference honors.
As a Freshman in 2008: Played and started 21 matches, missing seven because of injury ... had 13 kills and two solo blocks in collegiate debut, driving home match point in a four-set victory over Cal State Northridge Jan. 4 ... selected MPSF co-Player of the Week for his play in back-to-back matches at BYU, Feb. 22-23: 16 kills and season-high eight blocks in a sweep of No. 1 Cougars and 18 kills the night before ... had 16 kills, 13 digs and six blocks at Pacific Feb. 15 ... season-best 22 kills (.356) vs. UCLA April 11.
International: A starter for the 2005 U.S. youth national team that became the first U.S. boys' team to win the NORCECA championship ... played in the 2007 world championships for the U.S. junior national team.
High School/Club:Volleyball Magazine's national high school player of the year in 2007 ... won Junior Olympic titles in 2002 and 2005 with the Outrigger Canoe Volleyball Club, with Kawika Shoji and Jordan Inafuku ... three-time Junior Olympic All-American ... three-time Honolulu Star-Bulletin state volleyball player of the year at Punahou School in Honolulu ... won three state Division I volleyball titles ... inducted into the Hawaii High School Hall of Honor ... two-time all-state selection in basketball, winning the Interscholastic League of Honolulu co-player of the year in 2007.
Personal: Son of Chris and Beth McLachlin ... has a sister, Bekka, and brother, Parker, a pro golfer ... father was a Stanford assistant coach in 2010-11 and former player-coach of Stanford teams in the 1960s ... Chris coached Punahou to a combined 14 state championships in volleyball and basketball and gained fame as the high school basketball coach of Barack Obama ... mother was an All-America volleyball player at University of Hawaii and co-captain of the U.S. Olympic team that nearly qualified for the 1976 Montreal Games ... scored a basket off then president-elect Obama during a pickup game at Punahou in 2007 ... Spencer switched to No. 7, Beth's number, as a senior in her honor ... majoring in political science ... enjoys surfing and playing the ukulele ... aspires to be a professional player or coach.