Spalik joined the Mustang coaching staff prior to the 2017 season, serving as the team's wide receivers coach. He comes to Stevenson after three seasons as the wide receivers coach with his alma mater Brockport.
In 2017, Spalik's first year, offensively the Mustangs set or reestablished 14 team offensive records as well as eight individual offensive school records while averaging 28.5 points and 403.1 yards per game. As a unit the Mustangs were ranked 11th nationally in total passing yardage (3,359), 21st in pass yards per game (305.4)
Wide receiver Preston Addo repeated as a First Team All-MAC wide receiver and was also honored as a Second Team All-East Region selection. Addo was ranked nationally ninth in receiving yards (1,234), 12th in all-purpose yards per game (170.7), and 13th in receiving yards per game (112.2).
Wide receiver Devin Salisbury led the MAC in receptions (87) and was tabbed as Honorable Mention by the MAC.
Spalik joined the Brockport staff in the fall of 2014 after graduating from The College at Brockport Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Teacher Certification. While with the Golden Eagles, Spalik assisted in conducting practice, scrimmages and games in addition to concentrating on the wide receivers.
A three-time All-NJAC selection, Spalik finished his Golden Eagles career as the all-time leader in receptions in a game (12), season (73) and career (220). He also has the school record for career reception yardage racking up 2,585 yards in four seasons.
In addition to his assistant coach duties with the Golden Eagles, Spalik served as the Junior Varsity Head Coach during the 2016 season after serving as the offensive coordinator for the previous two seasons.
In addition to receiving his Bachelor of Science from Brockport, Spalik received his Master of Science Magna Cum Laude in Athletic Administration in January 2017.