INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - King College used a match to shake up the NCAA Division II Men's Soccer individual rankings as a Tornado owns five Top-50 rankings including four among the Top-5.
Tom Winspear, a junior from Yarm, England, finished the season No. 3 nationally in total goals with 19. A week ago he was No. 21 in the category. His 2.37 points per game and 45 total points both rank fourth among NCAA Division II players. Winspear landed at No. 5 in goals per game with a 1.0 average.
Winspear and James Langlois (Oakville, Canada) tied for the No. 42 spot with seven assists on the season.
Richard Masters (Kent, England) climbed to the No. 16 spot, a three-spot jump, in save percentage even though the percentage dropped to .829. He was once again right outside the Top-50 in goals against average at No. 53 with a 1.153 mark.
The Tornado squad went to No. 15 in scoring offense with 2.53 goals per contest as the team ranks No. 17 with 48 goals. King also owns the No. 48 ranking in save percentage at .795, the same a week earlier.
King used a 19-1 victory over Tennessee Temple University last Monday where the squad broke the NCAA Division II record for points in a game with 57, 19 goals and 19 assists, to help in this week's NCAA Stat Report. Winspear booted home five goals with three assists while Langlois had a goal and five assists. The Tornado's season came to a heartbreaking end Friday with a 1-0 defeat in the NCCAA Mid-East Region semifinals where King's record was 6-12-1.