Junior Lisa Tobiczyk (Marysville) of the 2010 Ferris State University women's volleyball team was honored prior to this Friday's (Oct. 8) match against Ashland as a result of recently registering her 1,000th career digs.
Tobiczyk became the 13th player in Ferris State women's volleyball history to record 1,000 career digs following a 23-digs performance in last Sunday's (Oct. 3) 3-2 victory at Saginaw Valley State in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) contest.
For her career, Tobiczyk has currently totaled 1,043 digs to rank 13th among the program's all-time leaders and is within 11 digs of tying for 12th-place honors with Sarah Vandermolen (1997-00; 1,054 career digs). The 5-8 libero has also posted 90 service aces and 88 assists in 76 appearances to date at Ferris State.
A 2009 All-GLIAC Honorable Mention selection, Tobiczyk presently leads the Bulldogs with 261 digs in 16 matches this season and is averaging 4.28 digs per set. She has accumulated double-figure digs in 13 outings this fall, which includes eclipsing the 20-digs mark five times.
Tobiczyk, one of Ferris State's 2010 team captains, also is listed 33rd on FSU's career leaders list with 90 service aces.