Kiki Milloy is a senior outfield softball player who is representing Tennessee Lady Volunteers Softball in the NCAA Division 1 Tournament. She was awarded the Betty J. Basler Grand Slam Softball Scholarship Endowment for a Catcher, as well as the Blythe & Abigail Cade Athletic Endowed Scholarship.
Kiki Milloy was born on 16th November 2000 and she is around 22 years old. She grew up in Woodinville, Washington and her parents are Claudine Milloy and Lawyer Milloy. Her father played for the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, Atlanta Falcons, and Seattle Seahawks during the course of his 15-year NFL career and four times made the Pro Bowl. Her mother was a two-time All-American and conference winner in the 55-meter hurdles while running track for the University of Washington. She is a neuroscience major at the moment.
Kiki Milloy Career
In her first season, Kiki Milloy started 19 of the 23 games and had three appearances in the circle with one start, compiling a 1-0 win-loss record. She played center field for the Lady Vols in 57 of the games she started as a sophomore, and she concluded the season with a team-best 1.103 OPS, 50 runs, 59 hits, three triples, 107 total bases, a.652 slugging percentage, and a.451 on-base percentage. She led the team with nine stolen bases on 11 tries, tying for tenth in the SEC.
Kiki Milloy placed sixth in the NCAA, second on the team with 13 home runs, third on the team in batting average (.360), and third on the team in RBIs (36). She led the SEC with 37 stolen bases on 40 tries. She recorded 10 games with three or more RBIs and 15 games with multiple hits, all of which were second on the team. In addition, she made just one mistake in 54 chances for a.981 fielding % for the year.
Rise to Fame
Kiki Milloy was chosen to participate in the VOLeaders Academy, a year-long student-athlete leadership curriculum that concluded in a summer service trip to Belize, during which she reached base in 17 straight games from March 6 to April 2, reaching base in those games while hitting.432 (19-for-44) and earning selection to the program.
She was UT’s best offensive threat in her junior season, starting all 59 games in center field for the Lady Vols. She topped the Big Orange in a variety of statistical categories, including batting average (.362), on-base percentage (.455), runs (53), hits (71), doubles (12), home runs (15), RBIs (53), slugging (.673), and thefts (31).
Kiki Milloy concluded the year as the active career leader in the SEC with 77 thefts, placing t-8th in school history, and led the Tennessee lineup with 21 multi-hit and 16 multi-RBI games. From February 18 to April 17, she reached base in 34 straight games, the longest stretch by a Lady Vol since 2018. She also had a 1.000 fielding % with 65 putouts and three assists.
Kiki Milloy had multi-hit games against Mississippi State (5/12), Campbell (5/20), and Oregon State (5/21) while hitting.476 (10-for-21) in the postseason. During conference play, led the Big Orange with two triples and eight steals while ranking second on the team with 22 hits and 16 runs scored.
Kiki Milloy Biography
|Real Name||Kiki Milloy|
|Birth Date||November 10, 2000|
|Age (as of 2023)||22 Years|
|Birth Place||Woodinville, Washington, United States|
|College||University of Tennessee, Knoxville|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 11” – in Centimeters – 180 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 58 kg – in Pounds – 127 lbs|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Sister||Three (Amirah, Tia & Breya Milloy)|
|Who is her boyfriend?||None|
Currently, there is no information available regarding Kiki Milloy’s relationship. There might be a possibility that she is in a relationship with someone but prefers to keep it a secret for the moment.
Kiki Milloy Net Worth
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