Tim Lee Reaches Milestone in MIT’s Win over Daniel Webster

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – With 39 assists, Tim Lee surpassed the 3,000-career assist mark in MIT's 25-17, 25-11, 25-18 victory over Daniel Webster College in a NECVA New England Division match on Wednesday night. Lee joins Jordan Wan '06 as the only players in program history to accomplish this feat. With their 24th straight conference win, the nationally-ranked No. 11 Engineers improved to 11-0 in league play and 17-4 overall.

As a team, MIT registered a .463 hitting percentage while Matt Hohenberger and David Thomas led the squad with individual performances of .611 percent. Hohenberger posted 13 kills, two aces, and two blocks as Thomas notched 12 kills, nine digs, three blocks, and two aces. Garrett Winther, Patrick Vatterott, and Billy Evans each totaled six kills while Winther and Vatterott added three and two blocks, respectively. Caine Jette collected eight digs, followed by Lee with six and Ken Siebert with four.