TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Following the Seminoles’ perfect weekend at home to open the conference season, Florida State volleyball’s Milica Kubura collected an ACC Player of the Week honor, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced on Monday (Sept. 25). This is the senior outside hitter’s fourth career weekly conference honor.
In FSU’s matches against Virginia and Virginia Tech over the weekend, Kubura led both matches in number of kills, hitting percentage and total blocks.
“Mili has been outstanding for us this season,” head coach Chris Poole said. “She worked hard in the off season to get herself ready for her senior year. This is a well-deserved honor.”
Over the course of the weekend, Kubura totaled 40 kills on 64 attacks with only three errors (.595 hitting percentage). Her 20 kills and .704 hitting percentage against Virginia were season high records for the senior outside hitter.
In FSU’s match against Virginia, Kubura recorded the fewest number of errors out of any player between the two teams who had at least six attacks. She accomplished the same feat out of any player that had at least nine attacks in the Seminoles’ match against Virginia Tech.
Defensively, Kubura led both matches in number of total blocks with 5 assisted blocks against Virginia and seven assisted blocks against Virginia Tech. She was the only player among all three teams to record more than three total blocks with no errors.
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