AS A SENIOR: Started all 23 matches recorded two points on two assists played the second-most minutes on the team (2,064) attempted 15 shots collected an assist in a 5-4 overtime win against No. 8 Indiana at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic assisted on the lone goal in a 1-0 win at No. 14 Connecticut received two yellow cards named to the 2006-07 BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: A starter in all 23 games, scoring one goal and assisting on five others named to the Mike Berticelli Memorial alltournament team after helping the Irish post consecutive 1-0 shutouts versus Boston University and Saint Louis collected an assist against the Billikens also made it onto the BIG EAST Honor Roll and the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week for his efforts in the tournament scored the first goal of his career in a 4-0 win over No. 16 Seton Hall dished out an assist in 2-1 losses to Cincinnati and Connecticut assisted on a goal in a 2-1 win over Providence notched an assist in a 2-0 win over Western Illinois in the first round of the NCAA Tournament part of Irish defense that held Western Illinois and No. 5 Indiana scoreless during the first two rounds of the NCAAs logged 1,936 minutes on the field, which was the third-most on the team attempted 11 shots named to the 2005- 06 BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 19 games during the 2004 season as a member of the solid Notre Dame defense Fighting Irish allowed just nine goals on the year, while posting 12 shutouts logged 1,638 minutes on the field, which was the third-most on the squad tallied one shot on the year named to the 2004-05 BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Was expected to be an immediate impact player for the Irish in 2003, but his rookie season was ended early when he suffered a knee injury vs. No. 11 California at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic played 168 combined minutes in the first two matches of the season before missing the rest of the campaign.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Concluded outstanding prep career with 100 points scoring 36 goals and dishing off 28 assists, good for fourth all-time on Barrington High School scoring list his goal-scoring total ranks fourth all-time, while his assist total ranks third all-time captained team in his senior year and was named the team's best offensive player helped prep team compile a 21-6- 2 mark while finishing third in state championships and third in Mid Suburban League race in his senior year led Barrington to a 60-15-7 mark in three seasons of competition team advanced to regional finals during his sophomore year with a 19-3-4 record and finished second in conference race with a final 9-1-1 mark as a freshman, his team posted a 20-6-1 ledger and advanced to the sectional finals did not play with his high school team during his junior year and concentrated on playing with the Sockers F.C. club team secondleading scorer at Barrington as a sophomore, netting 13 goals and dishing off 10 assists named team's rookie of the year as a freshman all-state selection as a senior twoyear member of Olympic Developmental Program (ODP) regional team for two years and served a five-year stint on state ODP team was a captain of state team named to the adidas Elite Soccer Program all-star team in 2002 earned MVP honors at the '02 Tampa Bay Sunbowl after leading the Sockers to the championship member of the Disney Showcase Youth national championship team in 2001 helped the Sockers advance to Dallas Cup Super Group in '02 after an appearance in quarterfinals the previous year attended Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp played one year of basketball in high school father, Roger, ran track at Gettysburg College oldest of three children born December 14, 1984 son of Roger and Laura Miller graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2007 with a degree in accounting finished with a 3.409 cumulative GPA.
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Miller's Career Bests
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