BRISTOL, Tenn. – In the latest release of NCAA Division I men's volleyball statistics, King College's Brandon Rorer is standing atop one category in particular, leading the nation in digs per set.
Rorer, a senior from Richmond, Va., has been a huge part of King's season, to date. The outside hitter turned libero has handled the position switch in stride and current is No. 1 in the nation in digs per set with 2.72. He has 188 total digs over 24 matches. He made the switch permanently 12 games into the season.
In addition, Eric Glenn finds himself fifth overall in NCAA DI in hit percentage. The senior from Portsmouth, Va. is currently hitting at a .359 clip and is among other nationally-ranked hitters from UCLA, UC-Irvine, and Quincy (Ill.). Glenn has 164 total kills through 24 games this season. He is also 18th in the country in blocks per set (1.11).
Statistics provided are for matches played through March 18.
King is in the midst of a six-game homestand and will get back into action at the Student Center Complex against Pfeiffer University on Friday, March 23. First service against the Falcons is set for 7:00 p.m. The Tornado will host a tri-match on Saturday afternoon with Mount St. Joseph and Mount Olive on Saturday (March 24). Mount Saint Joseph and Mount Olive will kick off the day's action at 1:00 p.m. King will take the court against the Lions at 3:00 p.m. and follow with the Trojans at 5:00 p.m.