Ryan Millar (30) was selected as the USAV Male Indoor Athletes of the Year. Middle blocker Ryan Millar is playing Italian Serie A1 in Sparkling Milano this season.
Middle blocker Ryan Millar played in 127 sets for the U.S. Men’s National Team in 2007 as it finished with a record of 33-8 and won a gold medal at the Americas’ Cup, bronze in the FIVB World League and finished fourth at the FIVB World League. Millar played more sets in 2007 than any other player besides libero Rich Lambourne.
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Millar, 30, led the U.S. Men in blocks in 2007 with 84, averaging 0.66 blocks per set. He was the second-leading scorer on the U.S. Men’s Team with 350 points. He averaged 2.75 points per set. Millar was second among all blockers at the end of World League pool play with 36 blocks on 89 attempts and an average of 0.80 blocks per set. He was second among all blockers in the World Cup with a total of 27 blocks in 40 sets for an average of 0.675 blocks per set.
Millar, who played collegiately at BYU, was the United States’ third-leading scorer, and 19th overall, at the NORCECA Continental Championship in September. He finished the tournament with 45 points on 36 kills, eight blocks and one ace over five matches. Millar is in his ninth season with the U.S. Men’s Team.
from USA Volleyball