Virginia volleyball junior Kelsey Miller (Crestwood, Ky.) surpassed a milestone on Nov. 4 at Georgia Tech. The libero recorded her 1,000th career dig in the match, becoming the 17th Cavalier to reach the plateau.
To eclipse the 1,000 dig mark, Miller racked up a career-best 33 digs over the course of four sets. She became the first Cavalier to record 30 digs in a match since 2014 and the 33 were the most by a Hoo since 2012.
1,047 – Career digs for Miller
251 – Digs needed to move into the top 10 all-time at Virginia
33 – Single match career high, set Nov. 4 at Georgia Tech
30 – Digs needed in the final two matches to equal Miller’s best season as a Cavalier
22 – Matches with double-digit digs for Miller in 2018
17 – Number of Virginia players with 1,000 career digs
11 – 20-dig matches as a Cavalier
3.99 – Digs per set for Miller in 2018, a career-best average