No one can say Tufts sports aren’t dominant – they may not be all the time, but we’ve definitely got our fair share of amazing athletes. Kendall Lord is one of them, being recently named a NESCAC co-player of the year. She averaged 11.06 assists per set, broke Tufts’ all-time assists record, and is the first Jumbo since 2009 to be named a NESCAC player of the year.
Here are some stats from the Daily: “Lord has averaged a NESCAC−best 10.61 assists a set this season, playing in all 111 of Tufts’ frames during the fall. She’s also stayed disciplined on defense, averaging over three digs a set, which is third on the team behind seniorsecond−team All−NESCAC honorees libero Audrey Kuan and co−captain Cara Spieler. Lord also is one of the top servers in the conference, with 49 aces on the season an average of 0.44 per set — good for 10th in the NESCAC. She’s second on the team in total blocks, behind Kuhel.”