... but she doesn't call herself Lil.
Kids, ask your parents about the Beatles' tune "Rocky Raccoon."
But this particular McGill is Tessa, the senior defensive specialist for the IPFW women's volleyball team.
McGill, according to the NCAA statistics rankings released on Tuesday, leads in the nation in digs per set with an average of 6.59.
Her 29 digs against Michigan State kicked her season total to 244, which, of course, leads the Mastodons.
In other categories, Emily Spencer is 17th in points per set (5.11) and 18th in kills per set (4.44), and Megan Steenhuysen is 11th in assists (11.84).
IPFW, as a team, is 10th in kills per set, 17th in assists per set and 33rd in digs per set.
The Mastodons (9-2) will open their Summit League play this Friday at Oakland.