Junior hitter Torey DeLozier (Watertown, Wis.) spiked her way to a milestone by surpassing 1500 career kills and moving into second place all-time in the NAC. She has amassed 1,719 kills in two and a half seasons, surpassing Katie Roessler from Concordia Wisconsin (2006-2009).
DeLozier tore through opponents with a .358 hitting percentage and 3.39 digs per set in three years and recorded a career high 747 kills in 2010.
She has been named to the First Team All-Northern Athletics Conference Award the past two season and Player of the Year in 2010.
She is on pace to set the all-time record in the NAC early next season.
Kayla Leyden of Benedictine holds that record for most kills (1,945) in the span of four years from 2007-2010.