2004 Season Highlights

Oct. 14, 2004

  • In the Engineers' first season under the direction of head coach Paul Dill and participation in the North Eastern Collegiate Volleyball Association New England Division, Tech finished one spot shy of competing in the Conference Championship tournament.
  • Junior Rob McAndrew was a force to be reckoned with as he earned NECVA Rookie of the Week honors once and was twice selected as the NECVA New England Division Rookie of the Week. In addition, he was named to the Roger Williams University Invitational All- Tournament Team as well as the Endicott College Invitational All- Tournament Team.
  • Rob McAndrew finished the season ranked sixth in the nation in kill average (4.95) and tied for 12th in block average (1.24). Joining him in the national statistics was sophomore setter Jordan Wan, who was ranked 10th in assist average, dishing out 11.17 helpers per game.
  • Out of 32 teams in the NECVA, MIT ranked 11th in assists (12.12 per game), service aces (1.84), and digs (12.32). The squad also finished 12th in kills per game, averaging 13.31.
  • In the Conference statistics, junior Rob McAndrew placed fifth in kills (4.95) and 10th in blocks (1.24) out of 50 players. Sophomore Jordan Wan ranked sixth for assists (11.17) while fellow classmate Bob Aspell was 19th in hitting percentage (.339). Junior Kabir Mukaddam finished 20th in services aces, tallying an average of 0.47 per game.