Tori, a junior from Powder Springs, Georgia, helped the UNH volleyball team win its second consecutive America East regular-season title on the strength of her ninth double-double of the season as she led all players in both kills (12) and digs (13), against Stony Brook University on Nov. 13. The Wildcats won in straight sets.
The 5-foot-11 outside hitter recorded seven kills and 10 digs one night later in the regular-season finale – another 3-0 victory – against the University of Hartford. For the week, Tori tallied 19 kills on a .236 hitting percentage as well as 23 digs and three service aces.
Tori leads UNH in kills (276) despite missing four matches. She also has team highs in both kills per set (2.97) and total attacks (937), and ranks second in service aces (26), digs (239) and digs per set (2.57).
The captain ranks sixth in America East in kills, ninth in aces, 14th in digs and 18th in hitting percentage.
Tori is on the verge of joining the 1,000-kill club. She currently has 922 career kills. Her other career stats include 77 service aces and 722 digs.
Her career conference accolades include America East All-Conference First Team (2013), All-Academic Team (2013), All-Rookie Team (2012) and Commissioner’s Honor roll (2012 & 2013).