This work presents a new method to achieve accelerated, high-resolution magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging (MRSI) with spin-echo excitations. A new data acquisition strategy is proposed that integrates adiabatic refocusing, elimination of lipid suppression, rapid spatiospectral encoding with sparse (k,t)-space sampling, and interleaved water navigators. This integration leads to a significantly improved combination of volume coverage, spatial resolution (approximately 3 × 3.4 × 4 mm3) and speed (< 10 minutes), while eliminating additional scans for field mapping and coil sensitivity estimation. A data processing strategy that integrates parallel imaging reconstruction and subspace-based processing is devised to produce high-SNR spatiospectral reconstruction from the sparsely sampled, noisy and highresolution MRSI data. Promising in vivo results have been obtained to demonstrate the potential of the proposed method.Clinical relevance - The proposed method enabled volumetric MRSI with a nominal resolution of 3 × 3.4 × 4 mm3 in less than 10 minutes. With further developments and optimizations, the proposed method is expected to be useful for providing molecular-level information of brain functions and diseases, and has the potential to provide new biomarkers for disease diagnosis and treatment monitoring.