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#4 Alicia Milo
Position: OH
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Portland, Ore.
High School: Jesuit HS
Experience: High School
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2011: Milo averaged 3.66 kills, 2.06 digs, 0.33 blocks and 0.23 aces per game and hit .197 in the 2011 season...was a first-team all-WAC selection and earned Idaho’s Most Improved Player award… earned her first career WAC Player of the Week honor after finishing with 28 kills, 17 digs and three aces while hitting .258 against Utah State on Nov. 5...she totaled 355 kills on the season and ranked fifth in the WAC in kills per game for the season...had double-digit kills in 21 of the 27 matches she played in...had a career-high 28 kills on Nov. 5 at Utah State... had seven double-doubles on the season and had a total of 200 digs...had 22 aces in the regular season...had 12 kills and hit .375 against Kansas State on Sept. 2...hit .354 with 18 kills and just one error on Oct. 21 against San Jose State...had 19 kills and hit .327 against Hawai`i on Sept. 22...had a career-high 19 digs on Aug. 28 against Eastern Michigan.

2010: Milo finished the season with 338 kills and 197 digs...she averaged 3.13 kills per game and 1.82 digs per game...she had 52 total blocks on the season...she had three double-doubles on the season, including a 12-kill, 10-dig performance against No. 3 Hawai'i in the WAC tournament...had four double-digit dig matches on the year and 21 matches with double-digit kills...she had 20 or more kills on two occasions...led the team with 29 aces on the year...had a .125 hitting percentage for the season...had 17 kills, four digs and two blocks against Utah State on Oct. 6... had a career-high five aces against BSU on Oct. 2, and matched that total with five aces at Nevada on Nov. 4...also had a career-high 22 kills at Nevada...matched her then-career-high with 20 kills against Gonzaga on Sept. 18, and recorded her second double-double of the season by adding a career-high 15 digs in the match...she finished the Gonzaga Tournament with 31 kills, 29 digs, five blocks and four aces...she had 14 kills and a .237 hitting percentage against Montana State...had 13 kills and a .357 hitting percentage against Washington State.

2009: Milo played in 83 games for the Vandals in her sophomore campaign...finished the season with 205 kills and averaged 2.47 kills per game...set a career-high with 20 kills against Gonzaga on Oct. 27...hit .120 for the season...had double-digit kills in nine matches...was named to the Alexis Park Classic All-Tournament team after recording 33 kills and a 2.75 kills per match average and leading the team with 13 kills vs. No. 9 UCLA...recorded her first career double-double with 10 kills and 14 digs on Sept. 19 against UC Santa Barbara...finished with 76 digs on the season and averaged 0.92 digs per game...had a career-high five blocks on two occasions, and finished the season with 43.0 blocks...hit .389 with nine kills against Gonzaga on Oct. 27...had a career-high .500 hitting percentage on Nov. 19 against Boise State with three kills.

2008: Played in five sets over four matches... totaled five kills and a .286 hitting percentage on the season... tallied three kills at Boise State.

2007: Milo sat on the 2007 season as a redshirt.

At Jesuit High School: Chosen to the All-State Tournament's second team as a senior... was an All-League first team selection in 2005... chosen Best Offensive Player in 2005... garnered All-State Honorable Mention accolades in 2005...chosen to the All-League second team in 2004...honored as an Honorable Mention selection to the All-League team as a freshman in 2003...helped team win the Oregon state championship in 2004...helped her team to a second-place finish at state in 2003...helped team finish at the top of the Metro Conference all four seasons...helped squad to back-to-back fourth-place finishes at the Oregon State Tournament in 2005 and 2006.

Personal: Full name is Alicia Mae Milo...born Nov. 4, 1988 at Portland, Ore. ... daughter of Nick and Cheryl Milo...has two sisters, Sophia and Nicole...Sophia played volleyball at Pepperdine University.

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