WEST POINT – Battle Creek volleyball spreads the wealth offensively, but when it came time for clutch kills, they turned to junior Tria McLean.
The Ohio commit was a bit quiet offensively for the Bravettes in the middle of the match, finishing with just one kill in the third set, which GACC won.
But McLean had seven kills over the final two sets and a match-high 15 on the night, including four in the clinching fifth set.
For the season, McLean has been Battle Creek’s top offensive weapon. She’s averaging 2.4 kills per set with a .215 hit percentage. She also has proven to be a strong passer, leading the team with five assists per set.