|High School:||North Harrison|
2008-09 - Senior Season: One of 54 women's basketball players to be invited to participate in the seventh annual Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) So You Want To Be A Coach Program...played in 30 games, including 11 starts...paced the squad with a 1.6 assist-to-turnover ratio (48 assists, 30 turnovers)...led the team in assists in six games...averaged 1.6 assists on the season...dished a season-high five assists at Milwaukee on Jan. 31...netted a season-high nine points against Milwaukee on Feb. 26.
2007-08 - Junior Season: Ranked second in the NCAA Division I with a 2.84 assists-to-turnovers ration (88 assists, 31 turnovers)...finished .03 points below the top mark (2.87)...held the Division I lead for 25 days from Jan. 14 to Feb. 7...ranked second on the team and 14th in the Horizon League with 3.03 assists per game...her 3.29 assists per game in league contests led the squad and was the 10th-best rate in the conference...led the team in assists in 12 games...tied her career-high and posted a team season-high with eight assists at UIC on Jan. 12...finished fifth on the team in scoring with 4.9 points per game...her 42 steals were the third-most on the team...had double-figure scoring efforts in two games...scored a season-high 15 points with a 7-for-7 effort from the free throw line at Valparaiso on Jan. 5...started in 18 of her 29 games played, including the 17 of the first 18 contests...led the bench in scoring four times...tied her career-high with 35 minutes at Valpo.
2006-07 - Sophomore Season: Started in all 22 of her games after becoming eligible on Dec. 18...ranked second on the team with 76 assists despite missing the first nine games of the season...averaged 3.5 assists per game...was tops on the team and placed fourth in the Horizon League with 4.0 assists per game during the conference season...led the team and was tied for seventh in the league with 1.6 steals per contest in conference games...finished tied for third on the team with 3.5 rebounds per game and fifth with 7.5 points per game...netted a career-high 17 points on two occasions, on 6-of-10 shooting with three triples at Youngstown State on Dec. 30 and on 5-of-6 shooting with three three-pointers against Cleveland State on March 3...tallied six double-figure scoring outings...notched a career-best seven rebounds twice, coming against Loyola on Jan. 13 and Youngstown State on March 1...also posted a personal-high five steals against the Ramblers. 2005-06 -
Freshman Season: Saw action in one game at Indiana University, scoring two points and recording one assist in three minutes of action against Youngstown State on Nov. 25...transferred to Butler after the fall semester.
High School: Named to the 2005 Indiana All-Star team despite missing her senior season due to a knee injury...chosen as a junior Indiana All-Star and a third-team Associated Press selection in 2004 after earning first-team honorable mention 4A All-State honors in 2003...conference player of the year...ranked among the state's leading scorers as a junior, averaging 19.6 points, 6.6 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 4.2 steals per game...netted a career-high 42 points, which also set a school record, in a game against Perry Central as a junior...holds school records for single-game assists (15) and single-game three-pointers (8)...two-time all-sectional team and all-conference honoree during her freshman and sophomore campaigns...played AAU ball for Mohr Magic, which won the 2004 Indiana State Championship and went to the Sweet 16 at the U-17 AAU Nationals...team posted a 20-4 record as a freshman, 25-1 mark as a sophomore and 17-4 record as a junior...coached by Missy Voyles...also lettered three years in volleyball and one each in softball, track and cross country...team captain and earned all-state honors as a middle hitter in volleyball...named rookie of the year as a right fielder in softball...state qualifier in the 4x 100 relay in track...sectional runner-up in cross country.
Personal: Born April 14, 1987...daughter of Nathan and Teresa Miller...physical education major.