2018: Appeared in 41 sets…averaged 2.39 kills per set with a total of 288…hit a season-high of 15 kills vs Utah Valley (Oct. 25) and Grand Canyon (Oct. 27 and Nov. 15)…averaged 2.89 points per set…totaled 24 blocks with a season-high of five against Utah Valley (Oct. 25).
2017: Played in 18 sets … averaged 0.83 dps and 1.0 kps … earned a season high four digs against CSUB (Oct. 28)… collected a season high of six blocks against Chicago State (Oct. 14)… WAC All-Academic Team honoree.
2016: Appeared in 73 sets... averaged 1.73 kills and 0.49 blocks per set... had three double-digit kill outings... totalled 15 kills against Idaho (Sept. 2)... finished with 13 kills at Utah Valley (Oct. 8)... career-high 17 kills at Chicago State (Oct. 27)... hit .500 in that match with 17 kills coming on 30 swings and just two errors... WAC All-Acdemic Team...
2015: 69 sets played, 91 kills (1.32/set), 26 total blocks… earned nine kills, one assist and one block against Portland (Nov. 27)… earned 10 kills against UT Rio Grande Valley (Nov. 14)… collected nine kills, five digs and one block against NM State (Nov. 11)… collected eight kills, five digs and two total blocks against Chicago State (Oct. 22) … earned six kills and four total blocks against CSU Bakersfield (Oct. 3)...
Club: Duarte played for CAEP Soria in Spain from 2010 to 2014, winning the 2012 World Schools Championship in Toulon, France, and participating in the 2014 World Schools Championship in Portugal... also played with the Spain National Team at the 8-Nations Tournament in both 2012 and 2013.
Personal: Full name is Mila Duarte Romanova, and she is the oldest daughter of Natalia Romanova and Luis Duarte, plus she has three younger siblings named Eva, Yuri, and Tania... mother participated in the World Volleyball Championships in both 1996 and 2000 and also played professional volleyball in Europe... father and three of her uncles played basketball at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo.