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Jana Milin
Jana Milin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pula,Croatia

Last College:
University of Economy

Height:
5-10

Position:
OH

2003:It was another incredible year for Milin who once again garnered Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Player of the Year Honors. Milin led the team in almost every statistical category averaging 5.46 kills per game, 644 total, .88 service aces per game, 104 total, 1354 total attacks, and 33 matches started, all were team highs. Milin played in 37 matches, 118 games and hit a whopping .295, second on the squad. She finished fourth in nation for aces per game and 13th for kills per game. Defensively Milin led the Hawks with 2.86 digs per game and 338 total. Had season and career high of 40 kills against Hampton on August, 30 2003. Joined AVCA's 30-kill club two other times with 33 and 35 kills respectively. Team's 26 wins was most in school history.

2002:Milin was named MEAC Rookie and Player of the year taking her team to their first ever twenty-win season. Totaled 554 kills, 4.99 per game to lead the team as a freshman. 102 service aces were recorded, an average of .92 per game. Also led team with 330 digs. Played in all 11 games notching 13 solo blocks and 31 block assists. Was a member of the 30 kill club twice and seven times was on the AVCA's triple-double club. One of those seven was a quadruple double with kills, blocks, digs, and assists. Finished ranked fourth nationally in aces per game and 26th in kills per game.

Personal:Born on August 23, 1980 in Pula, Croatia. Has one sister, Dunja. Is daughter of Mirjana and Milivoj Milin. Is majoring in Hotel and Restaurant Management. European Soccer fan, lists Real Madrid as her favorite team and Zinedine Zidane as her favorite player. Her mother, Mirjana is her biggest role model.

Career Highs:
Kills: 40 (at Hampton, August 20, 2003)

TA: 81 (at Hampton, August 20, 2003)

Digs: 20 (2x) (last Drexel, October 26, 2002)

Aces: 13 (vs. Howard, November 21, 2003)

BS: 5 (Bethune-Cookman, October 18, 2002)

BA: 6 (Long Island, October 31, 2002)