Honors and Awards
2016-17: BIG EAST All-Academic
2017-18: Put up 13 points in the home opener versus Loyola Maryland (11/19) ... Added 14 points and four rebounds in 19 minutes against Montana (11/24) ... Chipped in five points and two rebounds versus Loyola Chicago (11/28) ... Scored five points and grabbed a pair of boards versus Wisconsin (12/4) ... Added three points with a shot from deep against Milwaukee (12/17) ... Contributed 12 points in the close fought game against then No. 2 Notre Dame (12/20) ... Added five points and a pair of boards against Seton Hall (12/30) ... Helped the Golden Eagles to the close win against Butler (1/12) with 11 points and a steal ... Snagged three rebounds and eight points in the victory over Xavier (1/14) ... Added six points from beyond the arc in the loss to DePaul (1/29) ... Against Providence (2/2), Spingola went off for 28 points, a career best and a game high, while also grabbing three rebounds to lead the Golden Eagles to victory ... The sophomore played in all 34 games for the Golden Eagles, providing sharp-shooting off the bench, highlighted by her 28-point explosion against Providence.
2016-17: Started off her collegiate debut with Marquette on 11/11 against Longwood by scoring seven points...Collected five points against Western Illinois (12/2)...Notched six points and two rebounds vs. Green Bay (12/6)...Put up a then career-high nine points against Butler (1/15)...Poured in a career-high 21 points in a win over Seton Hall (2/3)
High School: Comes to Marquette from Whitney Young High School in Chicago, Ill., where she was a four-time varsity letter-winner… Rated as the No. 46 guard in the class of 2016 according to ESPN Hoopgurlz… Led Young to the 2016 Class 4A Illinois State Semifinals and the 2014 Class 4A Illinois State Championship title… Helped her team to four consecutive Chicago City Championships, as well as four-straight conference championships… Played with Mac Irvin Fire AAU program.