Why use your hands when you can use your foot to make what might be the play of the year in NCAA men's volleyball? That's what DIII Kean's Ian Capp did on Saturday in a top 15 matchup with Marymount.
The play started with Marymount outside hitter Sam Safley blocking a ball at the net. Kean's Shayron Taylor then got a hand on the ball, sending it backwards and teammate Jacob Milnazik tracked it down to keep the rally alive. With one hit left, Capp ran backwards to his left, extended his right leg and pulled off a bicycle kick that sent the ball over his head and over the net, where it landed inbounds to the surprise of Marymount's players.
Watch the incredible kill below.
#11 @marymountmvb had the huge upset (3-1) in the @AVCAVolleyball Top 15 matchup, but #6 @KeanMVB may have had the Play of the Year off a desperation foot kill by Ian Capp! #SCTop10 #NCAATop10 pic.twitter.com/5Z3ZWd0isA— Marymount Saints (@MarymountSaints) February 3, 2018