Senior Cullen Liberski (Germantown, Wis.) continued to dominate in the back row during March and set an NCAA Division III all-time record for digs in a career. For the month, Liberski had 142 digs over 33 sets for a 4.30 digs per set average. With 18 digs against then-ranked No. 15 Dominican, he recorded his 1,225th dig making him the all-time leader for digs in NCAA Division III. Liberski had three matches during the month where he had more than 20 digs including a 24-dig performance against Aurora in a four-set victory at home. He is also on the verge of setting a new NCAA Division III record for digs per set average over a career as he currently is averaging 3.51 digs per set in his career and the NCAA Division III record is 3.50. Liberski currently leads the nation in digs per set this season with 4.00.
Cullen Liberski, Men's Volleyball
Jan 21, 2015