TULSA, Okla. – Oral Roberts volleyball's Laura Milos was honored Tuesday night at the ELI Awards receiving a plaque from the NCAA after leading the nation in service aces per set. The junior tallied 81 service aces and 0.74 aces per set that not only led The Summit League, but was the best in all of NCAA Division I volleyball.
The native of Porec, Croatia, capped an incredible 2016 campaign earning AVCA All-Region Honorable Mention honors during the fall after consistently ranking among the top-five hitters in all of NCAA Division I volleyball. She finished 2016 with one of the best single-season performances in Golden Eagles' history totaling 631 kills, ranking fourth in the nation, reaching double-figure kills in 30 of 31 appearances.
A five-time conference player of the week this season, the junior led The Summit League in eight statistical categories, including total kills (631), kills per set (5.79), total points (734), and points per set (6.73).
ORU ended its season with a loss to conference champion Denver in The Summit League Championship Semifinals and finished 2016 with an overall record of 17-15.
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