BRISTOL, Tenn. – As the new year has started, King University men's volleyball coach Ryan Booher has announced his signing class for the 2016-17 campaign. Booher added transfer student Adam Krzos, freshmen Tristen Luu, and Kiel Bell returns to the Tornado.
"I am very happy to welcome Adam and Tristen to our men's volleyball family and have Kiel rejoin the team," Booher said. "They will bring much needed depth and challenge for playing time this coming season."
Luu will don the scarlet and navy following a stellar career at San Jacinto Christian Academy in Amarillo, Texas. He helped his team reach the regional tournament in both 2014 and 2016 and the district tournament in 2015. Along with volleyball, Luu also played baseball and was a member of National Honor Society.
Krzos joins the Tornado from Lincoln College where he helped them to a 26-12 record a season ago. Helped the Lynx to a second place finish in the MWPVC each of the last two years, including a 17th place finish at the national championships in 2016. Krzos played high school volleyball at Lockport Township High School in Lockport, Ill. Individually, Krzos earned all-conference honors in both 2013 and 2013 while earning all-area in 2014 along with team MVP in 2014.
Bell returns to King following a year where he attended Florida Atlantic University. He played for the Tornado in 2014 when he appeared in 23 matches, making 21 starts. He accumulated 114 kills, 57 assists and ranked third on the team with 10 service aces. Bell was also second on the team with 154 digs during the 2014 season. In high school he played two years at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Boca Raton, Fla., winning one district and one regional championship.