2014: Appeared in 15 games, starting each one … Eighth on the team with 17 ground balls … Caused a turnover and added two ground balls against Rutgers (3/5) … Caused two turnovers and added a ground ball at Yale (3/15) … Had two ground balls in back-to-back games at Vanderbilt (3/23) and against No. 6 Northwestern (4/6) … Won two draw controls and added a ground ball and caused turnover at Dartmouth (4/12) … Had five ground balls against Harvard (5/2) in Ivy League Tournament semifinals ... Caused a turnover and recorded a ground ball in each NCAA Tournament game.
2013: Started season opener against Drexel (2/23) before missing the rest of the season with injury.
2012: Appeared in 13 games, starting each before a season-ending injury preceding the Ivy League Tournament … Fourth on the team with 21 ground balls … Fourth on the team with 10 draw controls … Fifth on the team with nine caused turnovers … Picked up two ground balls at Drexel (2/25) … Recorded first career point with an assist against Rutgers (3/7) … Also had one caused turnover, one draw control and one ground ball against the Scarlet Knights … Won two draw controls against Harvard (3/10) … Won two draw controls with two ground balls at Yale (3/17) … Picked up six ground balls and caused three turnovers against No. 13 Georgetown (3/21) … Caused two turnovers with two ground balls against No. 3 Maryland (3/30) … Caused two turnovers against No. 1 Northwestern (4/8) … Scored first career goal at No. 5 Duke (4/28).
2011: IWLCA Second-team All-Region ... Second-team All-Ivy ... Appeared in all 17 games, making 16 starts ... Registered 19 ground balls and 16 caused turnovers ... Came off the bench in collegiate debut to pick up three ground balls and cause two turnovers against Drexel (2/26) ... Caused three turnovers against No. 3 North Carolina (3/5) ... Recorded four ground balls against Cornell (3/27) ... Caused three turnovers against No. 16 Dartmouth (4/16) ... Notched two draw controls and a caused turnover in the Ivy League Tournament against Princeton (5/6) ... Caused two turnovers and recorded three ground balls in NCAA Tournament game at Duke (5/15).
High School: Four-time letterwinner … Captained her squad senior year … U.S. Lacrosse honorable mention All-America (2009, 2010) … Second-team Washington Post All-Met (2010) … Under Armour Classic All-America (2009) … Honorable mention Washington Post All-Met (2008, 2009) … First-team All-WCAC (2008) … Paul VI team MVP (2008) … Second-team All-WCAC (2007) … U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-America (2009, 2010) … Named to 2010 High School Tewaaraton Watch List ... Played club with Capital Lacrosse … Also lettered in track and field, field hockey and tennis … Christian Action Service member … Recipient of Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarship ... Participated in Think Pink raising breast cancer awareness … Junior Classical League member … National Latin Honor Society member … Honor Roll student ... AP Scholar.
Personal: Daughter of Regina and Glenn Miller … Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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