DeLozier breaks NAC kills record in win

ANKENY, Iowa – Senior Crusader Torey DeLozier reached perhaps her biggest career milestone by breaking the all-time record for career kills in the Northern Athletics Conference, 1,945, set by Benedictine’s Kayla Leyden from 2007-2010, a feat accomplished in just over three years.

Seventeen was the magic number, as the 5-10 outside hitter needed 22 kills on a .678 attacking percentage to boost her total to 1,951 in a 3-0 win over Grace University at the Spikefest Tournament in Ankeny, Iowa.

Heading into the season, DeLozier ranked second all-time in the NAC in attacking percentage (.351) and points (2,178) and could conceivably break the 2,000 plateau in the next few games.

DeLozier and the Crusaders move on to face Ozark Christian at 6:00 p.m. on Friday.