INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - King College owns five NCAA Division II Men's Soccer individual Top-50 rankings with four in the Top-25 for Tom Winspear, the national office announced.
Winspear, a junior from Yarm, England, owns the No. 14 mark in goals per game with .082, a one-spot climb. His 1.88 points per game ranked No. 20, the same ranking as last week. He used 14 goals to rank No. 21 and 32 total points which ranks No. 24. The leader in all four categories was Kyle Cilliento, from Grand Canyon (Ariz.) University. He has 60 points, 27 goals, 1.35 goals per game and 3.00 points per game.
Richard Masters (Kent, England) maintained the No. 19 ranking in save percentage at .874. He was just outside the Top-50 again in saves per game at No. 58 with 4.69.
King ranked No. 48 in save percentage with a .795 mark, up a spot.
The Tornado started the 2010 NCCAA Mid-East Region Tournament with a 19-1 win over Tennessee Temple University on Monday which put King into the semifinals Friday against Campbellsville (Ky.) University.