|High School:||Phillips Exeter Academy (NEPSAC)|
2009-10: Played in 30 games… recorded a career-best seven goals … also posted three assists for 10 points … ranked fifth on the team in goals … was tied for second on the team with two game-winning goals … recorded one goal versus Sacred Heart (11/7) … posted two goals, including the game-winner in the 5-0 victory over UConn (11/24) … scored the game-winner in the 6-4 victory at Air Force (1/22) … tallied one goal in the 5-3 win against Army (2/5) … recorded one goal in the 6-4 victory over Bentley (2/12) … named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team.
2008-09: Played 37 games ... recorded six goals and a career-best nine assists for a career-best 15 points ... scored his first collegiate goal as he netted the game-winner in the 5-1 victory at AIC (1/10) ... earned Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week honors (3/2) for scoring two goals in the 5-2 win over Sacred Heart (2/27) and two goals at Sacred Heart (2/28) ... named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team.
Before Holy Cross: One-year member of the varsity hockey team at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H., for head coach Dana Barbin ... recorded seven goals and 15 assists for 22 points in 10 games in 2007-08 as the team reached the quarterfinals ... three-year member of the varsity hockey team at St. John's Prep in Danvers, Mass., for head coach Robert Marinelli ... co-captain as a senior ... named the team's MVP as a senior and received the Coach's Award as a junior ... earned all-conference honors as a senior ... received Boston Herald All-Scholastic accolades as a senior ... team advanced to the state championship finals his junior year ... as a senior he had nine goals and 22 assists for 31 points ... recorded 20 goals and 41 assists for 61 career points.
Personal: Son of Bill and Robin Miller ... has two brothers, Matt and James, and one sister, Stephanie ... mother played field hockey at Boston College and father ran track and captained the hockey team (club) at Carnegie-Mellon ... majoring in Economics with a minor in Computer Science.
Miller's Career Statistics