Player of the Week: BYU's McKenna Miller
The Murrieta, California, native leads the team in kills with 104, and this weekend at Ohio State, she put away a career-high 31 kills, which ranks second-most all-time in the BYU rally-scoring era. Her 76 attempts in the five-set (19-25, 24-26, 25-14, 25-20, 15-9) victory tied the BYU record for most all-time in the rally-scoring era.
Replacing All-American outside hitter Alexa Gray was the biggest question mark for this year's Cougars. But with Miller terminating at a percentage of .335, it looks like she is well on her way to filling Gray's shoes.
Previous FloVolleyball NCAA Players of the Week:
August 29: Molly Haggerty, Wisconsin