WORCESTER, Mass. - Holy Cross men's soccer junior forward Kyle Miller (Woodbury, N.J.) has been named to the 2009 second team All-Patriot League squad, announced by the league. This is the second-consecutive year that Miller has been named to an All-Patriot League team as he was named to the first team in 2008.
Miller played in all 16 contests this season, finishing first on the team with seven points (three goals and an assist). He scored his first goal of the season against Northeastern, leading the team to a 2-1 victory. After a 10 game scoring drought, Miller finished the season with a goal in each of the final two contests, tallying points against American and Army. He recorded his first assist of the season against Boston College and also led the team with 39 shots taken.
In his Holy Cross career thus far, Miller has played in 42 contests, scoring 19 goals and tallying three assists. He has led the Crusaders in scoring during all three of his years, compiling 41 points and taking 148 shots. He was named the Patriot League Rookie of the Year in 2007 and was voted as this season's Patriot League Preseason Offensive Player of the Year.
Ten other league players were named to the second team, including American's Danny Shannon and Karsten Smith, Bucknell's Sean King, Tommy Caso and Andre Powell, Colgate's Mike Reidy and Chris Salmon, Lafayette's B.J. Glenn and Lehigh's Jesse Schram and James Graf. Bucknell senior Conor O'Brien won Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year.