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Uros Plavsic Girlfriend Kiki Milloy Is A Tennessee Softball Exceptional

Uros and Kiki met at a mutual gathering of friends in 2020.
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Uros Plavsic girlfriend Kiki Milloy is a softball player from Woodinville city in Washington State. Kiki played Canada Cup 2022.

Uroš Plavšic is a professional basketball player born on December 22, 1998, in Cacak, Serbia. He is the son of Rajka and Goran Plavsic. Standing at 7 feet tall, he is the sixth player of his height in the Tennessee basketball program's history and the first since Steve Hamer (1992-96).

Plavšic is also the first player from Serbia to join the Tennessee basketball team. He has extensive basketball experience, having been a member of the Belgrade-based BC Mega Leks junior team.

In August of 2022, he earned his degree in Recreation & Sport Management and is now pursuing a master's degree in Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication. Additionally, he is the recipient of the Ray & Dana Mears Athletic Scholarship Endowment.

Uros Plavsic Partner Kiki Milloy Plays Softball

Kiki Milloy is a student majoring in Neuroscience at the University of Tennessee.

Milloy came to the University of Tennessee (U.T.) to experience something different from her home in the Pacific Northwest. She holds an interest in penguins and is an avid animal lover.

She has been a recipient of the Betty J. Basler Grand Slam Softball Scholarship Endowment for a Catcher and the Blythe & Abigail Cade Athletic Endowed Scholarship.

Freshman Year 2020

As a freshman at the University of Tennessee, Kiki made a splash on the softball field, starting 19 of 23 games. Not only did she excel on the plate, recording 13 runs, 11 hits, and three home runs, the most of any freshman on the team.

Kiki announcing that she is joining University of Tennessee in 2019.
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She also made three appearances in the circle, accumulating a 1-0 win-loss record. 

Kiki was a force to be reckoned with on the bases, leading the team with nine stolen bases on 11 attempts, which tied her for 10th in the SEC. She had a standout performance against Utah on February 13 with three RBIs.

In another game against Northwestern on February 8, she delivered a batting performance of 2 for 4 with two runs, a home run, and one RBI. Further, Kiki showed off her pitching skills in the win against FIU, giving up only one hit and zero runs. 

Sophomore Year 2021

As a sophomore in 2021, Kiki was a standout player on the University of Tennessee softball team. She started all 57 games in center field for the Lady Vols, and her performance was impressive. She finished the year with a team-high 1.103 OPS, 50 runs, 59 hits, three triples, 107 total bases, a .652 slugging percentage, and a .451 on-base percentage.

Kiki had 15 multi-hit performances and ten multi-RBI games, ranking second on the team. Her fielding stats are impressive, committing only one error all year in 54 chances for a .981 fielding percentage.

Milloy with Tennessee Lady Volunteers softball team in February of 2021.
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From March 6 to April 2, the softball player reached base in 17 straight games, hitting .432 (19-for-44). She had some serious moments on the field, like roping a double and scoring a run in her NCAA Tournament debut vs. Eastern Kentucky.

Milloy displayed consistent and effective performance at the plate during her sophomore year. In the series-opening win against Missouri on May 7, she went 3-for-3 and scored twice.

 She also logged a pair of hits at Mississippi State on May 5, including her second double of the season. On May 1, Kiki recorded her first-career sac fly in a 3-2 win at Auburn.

In addition, she knocked an RBI triple in Tennessee's 9-3 victory over Georgia on April 24 and hit 1-for-3 with an RBI double as U.T. defeated South Carolina on the road on April 19. Additionally, she reached base three times with two hits and a walk at South Carolina on April 18, playing a vital role in the Lady Vols' 11-0 domination.

Kiki was selected to participate in the VOLeaders Academy, a comprehensive student-athlete leadership program. The program also included a summer service trip to Belize.

Junior Year 2022 And Senior Year 2023

In the 2022 season, as a Junior, Kiki demonstrated exceptional performance on the field as the starting center fielder for the Lady Vols. She was a standout player at the plate, leading the team in various statistical categories such as batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, runs, hits, doubles, home runs, RBIs, and steals.

Milloy's 77 steals for the season also earned her recognition as the SEC's active career leader in steals and a top-8 ranking in the program's history.

Kiki at Atlanta with her friends during December of 2022.
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During conference play, Milloy displayed exceptional performance as a member of the Lady Vols. She ranked second on the team with 22 hits and 16 runs scored while also leading the team in triples and steals.

 In a notable game against Oregon State on May 21 in the Knoxville Regional, Milloy went 2-for-3 with a two-run contributing to the team's victory.

Milloy at Surrey, British Columbia with the USA Softball team during June of 2022.
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Against No. 12 Clemson on February 18, she hit two home runs, one of which was a leadoff home run to open the game, and the other tied the game in the top of the seventh. She also made a significant contribution against Notre Dame on February 17 by hitting a leadoff home run in the first inning and kick-starting a five-run inning for the Lady Vols.

Furthermore, in the game against Florida International University on February 12, Milloy recorded two RBIs with a single in the sixth inning and finished with two hits, one run, and one stolen base, helping the team secure the win.


In January, Milloy participated in the USA Softball Women's National Team Selection Trials.

As a senior in 2023, Kiki was a member of the U.S. National Team at the Canada Cup and the Japan All-Star Series. She had an impressive performance at the Canada Cup, hitting .346 with nine hits in 26 at-bats, two home runs, 7 RBIs, and scoring ten runs.

Kiki's High School Career

Kiki attended Redmond High School in Washington and played for the Beverly Bandits club team.

Numerous accolades and accomplishments marked Milloy's high school and club career. In 2017 and 2018, she was selected as the King's County MVP. She was also an integral member of the Redmond High School team that won the state championship in 2017. 

Additionally, she was named to the All-Area team in 2017 and 2018 and was selected as the Defensive Player of the Year for basketball during the 2017-18 season. Kiki's prowess on the basketball court was further recognized as she was named to the King's County First Team for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons.

Kiki with her sister Amirah Milloy at River Amphitheatre during 2018.
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Milloy's academic achievements were equally impressive, as she was named the Academic State Champion in 2017. The athlete also had the opportunity to showcase her skills on the national stage as a member of the Beverly Bandits club team.

Milloy also showed her speed on the bases, leading the SEC with 37 stolen bases on 40 attempts, which helped her rank sixth in the NCAA. Additionally, she was a power hitter, ranking second on the squad with 13 home runs and third on the team in batting average of (.360) and RBIs standing at (36).

In 2016, she was named to the King's County First Team.

Kiki Milloy Family Life

Milloy's parents, Lawyer Milloy and Claudine Milloy, are both former athletes with four kids.

Lawyer and Claudine met at the University of Washington and started dating.

Kiki wishing Lawyer on Father's Day of 2018.
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Lawyer Marzell Milloy was born on November 14, 1973, and is a former American professional football player. He had a successful career as a safety in the National Football League (NFL), spanning fifteen seasons.

Before his professional career, Milloy played college football for the Washington Huskies, earning All-American honors. He was selected in the second round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots and later played for the Buffalo Bills, Atlanta Falcons, and Seattle Seahawks.

Throughout his NFL career, Milloy received numerous accolades, including four Pro Bowl selections, three All-Pro selections, and being a member of the Patriots Super Bowl XXXVI championship team, defeating the St. Louis Rams.

Kiki wishing Claudine Milloy during Mother's Day of 2017.
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Claudine Milloy was a highly accomplished athlete at the University of Washington, earning All-American honors twice as a track team member.

The Milloys currently reside in Woodinville, Washington. They have four daughters, Amirah, Kiki, Tia, and Breya. Amirah pursued athletics and played as an outfielder for the Washington Huskies softball team.