Jordan Christiansen | Posted: 27 Nov 2019 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Miller Takes Fourth WCC Weekly Honor

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. – Senior outside hitter McKenna Miller was named WCC Player of the Week for the fourth time this year, the conference announced Wednesday.

The All-American led No. 13 BYU to three wins to end the regular season for the Cougars. In the three matches combined, Miller totaled 45 kills hitting .405 with three aces, 14 digs and eight blocks.

Miller had nine kills on a sterling .444 percentage with three blocks, three digs and an ace in a sweep of Portland. The senior then went off for 18 kills on a .419 clip with an ace and three blocks to defeat Gonzaga before finishing conference play with another huge game of 18 kills with eight digs, an ace and two blocks to beat Pepperdine.

Miller's four weekly awards are the most of any WCC player this season. BYU had the most Player of the Week honors this year, with senior Mary Lake and freshman Whitney Bower also receiving one apiece.

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