Lisa Tobiczyk Honored For 1,000 Career Digs

FSU head coach Tia Brandel-Wihelm presents Lisa Tobiczyk with a ceremonial ball to acknowledge her 1,000th career dig. (Photo by Ben Amato)

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.

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