Dennis Norford has earned American Mideast Conference 2nd team honors for his record setting play during his senior season. Norford, a 6'4" forward from New Haven, Connecticut won AMC Player of the Week honors twice, a feat unmatched by any other Fisher College athlete.
Norford led all of NAIA Division II in rebounding this past season, both per game (12.73) and total (369). He finished 25th in scoring at 18.93 points per game and 20th in total scoring with 549 points.
During a November game versus Westfield State, Norford became the 6th Falcon in school history to score 1,000 points in his career. Norford would finish with 1,419 points, 3rd most in Fisher history. In a January victory of SUNY- Canton, Norford surpassed Oscar Brown's career rebounding record of 768. Norford finished his career with 876 rebounds. Norford also led the nation with 23 double-doubles this season. Over his career Dennis collected 38 double-doubles.
His senior season was capped off by an unbelievable performance against the University of Maine-Augusta. Norford entered his final collegiate game needing 29 rebounds to take over the top spot in nation. Norford collected 32 rebounds to go along with 42 points. The 32 rebounds were the most ever by a Falcon in a single game and allowed Norford to finish 1st in rebounding, averaging nearly .6 rebounds more than his closest competitor.