OVERVIEW: Nicknamed "Fred," Miller is a lightning-fast guard who makes her biggest contributions at the defensive end of the floor. Her quick hands and aggressive presence cause problems for opposing ballhandlers, particularly in pressure situations. Her speed also allows her to be a valuable contributor in Notre Dame's transition game. Over the past three seasons, she has significantly improved her ballhandling work and expanded her perimeter shooting capability. Miller's mix of strong work ethic and burning desire to improve make her a key supporting veteran on this Fighting Irish squad.
JUNIOR SEASON (2010-11): Played career-high 33 games … posted career-high (or near-high) averages in scoring (1.9 ppg.), rebounding (2.1 rpg.) and steals (1.5 spg.) … one of five Fighting Irish players with at least 45 steals this season (she had 31 thefts in her first two seasons combined) … (read more)
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10): Appeared in 15 games, posting career-high averages of 2.5 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game ... enjoyed finest night of her career in season opener vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, logging personal bests in points (11), rebounds (7), field goals made-attempted (5-8), free throws made (1) and minutes played (20) … (read more)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09): Appeared in 23 games, averaging 0.7 points, 0.6 rebounds and 0.7 steals per game ... saw limited action in first two road games at No. 24/22 LSU and Boston College, notching a steal at BC ... scored first career points on breakaway layup and added a steal vs. Evansville ... (read more)
HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 10.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.5 steals per game during her four-year prep career at The Marist School in Atlanta, Ga., under the guidance of coach Kim Hixon ... 2008 all-state selection (second team - Atlanta Journal-Constitution; honorable mention - Georgia Sportswriters Association) ... (read more)
PERSONAL DATA: Born April 28, 1990, in Atlanta ... first name pronounced fruh-DARE-uh-kuh ... daughter of Melissa Stone-Miller ... member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... (read more)