Nashville --- Tennessee State University volleyball senior Kamille King surpassed the 1,000- dig mark this season.
On Friday, Nov.5, Kamille King eclipsed 1,000 digs when she registered a team-best 26 digs in a 3-2 win over Southeast Missouri. At the end of the match, she had totaled a career 1,013 digs.
The Muncie, Ind. native went on to finish the season with 1,045 digs and has entered the TSU volleyball record books. She now ranks fourth among the all-time leaders in digs trailing only Catherine Armwood, 2002-05 (1,691), Regina Graham, 1996-99 (1,262), and Kelly Davis, 2004-07 (1,070).
This season King anchored the defense as she led the team with 332 digs averaging over three digs per set. King also recorded 193 kills (fourth best on the team) and tallied eight double-doubles on the season.
In the Tigers' final game of the season this Sunday, King along with other seniors Vicmari Prospero and Santia Sanders, were honored at Senior Day.