Build the Statue. Kentucky’s Senior Setter Madison Lilley is the Most Outstanding Player of the 2020-21 NCAA Tournament for your National Champion Wildcats.
— NCAA Women’s Volleyball (@NCAAVolleyball) April 25, 2021
During the tournament, Lilley averaged 13.8 assists per set, had six aces in UK’s five matches and was second on the team with 3.35 digs per set. Lilley helped UK hit above .300 in all five matches during the tournament to lead them to the school’s first-ever volleyball championship.
Lilley is also one of three Wildcats to be named to the all-tournament team this year. She joins Alli Stumler, who averaged 4.82 kills per set, 2.35 digs per set, and had the championship-clinching kill. Avery Skinner was the other Wildcat to make the team, as she went for 3.71 kills per set in the five-match tournament and had 1.41 digs per set.
Lilley adds another trophy to her expanding trophy case–here’s a look at all the awards she won this season.
Recapping @mplilley03‘s 2020-21:
? SEC Champion for the fourth-straight season
? SEC Player of the Year
? AVCA Region Player of the Year
? AVCA National Player of the Year
— Kentucky Volleyball (@KentuckyVB) April 25, 2021
What a season for Madison Lilley. MOPS!