Saint Anslem senior outside hitter Katy Teets had only a nanosecond to react and didn't have the time to get down and get her hands or arms under the ball to return it over the net.

So she used the next best thing: her feet.

In the opening set of the Hawks' first round NCAA championship matchup against Molloy Thursday night, Teets landed a perfectly-executed "kick kill" that landed behind the Lions defense, who had no chance of returning the volley that fell perfectly in the back corner.

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In the "you don't see this every day" replay department, check out the kick here:

Molloy eventually won the first round matchup in five sets but Teets' kick was key in the Hawks' 25-23 opening set win.

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