GREENVILLE, S.C. - King College owns four of Top-25 NCCAA Division I Men's Soccer team rankings and a pair of Tornado players scored four individual Top-15 rankings, the organization announced Tuesday.
King ranked 14th in goals against among NCCAA Division I schools. The Tornado allowed 1.32 goals per contest through the end of the regular season.
The squad's 29 goals tied King for 21st in the report while the Tornado's 1.71 goals per game average ranked 24th.
King also posted the 22nd best points per game average at 4.59.
Tom Winspear (Yarm, England) moved into a tie for sixth nationally with 14 goals on the season. He also ranked seventh with 1.88 goals per contest. His 1.88 points per game was the eighth best mark.
Teammate Richard Masters (Kent, England) moved into the No. 11 slot in goals against average with a 1.22 mark.
The Tornado ended the regular season at 5-11-1 thanks to a 2-0 win Saturday at North Greenville (S.C.) University. King starts the NCCAA Mid-East Region Tournament Thursday at home against Tennessee Temple University. Tennessee Temple brings a 4-13 record from the regular season to King, the event's No. 3 seed, for the 3 p.m. contest. Tennessee Temple has the No. 6 seed as seeds were based on Longo points. Thursday's winner moves onto play in the semifinals on Nov. 19 at top-seeded Covenant (Ga.) College.