Field Hockey



    32 Morgan Miller  
    Morgan Miller

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Gap, Pa.

    High School:
    Pequea Valley

    Height:
    5-11

    Position:
    Back


    SENIOR YEAR (2006)
    Started 18 games in her senior campaign, bringing her career total starts to 78 games • named third team All-America by the NFHCA • garnered first team All-Big Ten and All-Region honors • selected to play in the NFHCA North-South Senior All-Star game • a tri-captain for the Hoosiers in 2006 • recorded 18 points off of seven goals and four assists • netted four game-winning goals for the season, including the game-winner against then-No. 5 Ohio State (9/30) • notched a pair of defensive saves for the Hoosiers, tying her for first all-time (7) • tallied a team-high 45 shots with 29 of them on goal • finished her career with seven defensive saves and 44 points off of 18 goals and eight assists • a three time Academic All-Big Ten selection.

    JUNIOR YEAR (2005)
    Started all 22 contests in 2005 as the anchor of the IU defense • earned first team All-Big Ten and All-Region honors • recorded 13 points from five goals and three assists • her powerful shot off penalty corners accounted for goals against then-No. 1 Wake Forest (9/4), Ohio (9/17), Lindenwood (9/25), then-No. 9 Ohio State (10/14) and then-No. 6 Penn State (10/28) • finished third on the team in shots with 59 • helped Indiana record an impressive five shutout victories • recorded fifth defensive save of her career against Northwestern on Oct. 8 • earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition and named to the NFHCA Academic Squad.

    SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004)
    Named NFHCA All-West Regional Second Team • started all 20 games • recorded 13 points on six goals and one assist • recorded two game-winning goals (Missouri State and Appalachian State) • took 38 shots, including a season-high six against Saint Louis • earned NFHCA and Academic All-Big Ten honors.

    FRESHMAN YEAR (2003)
    Started all 18 games • recorded three defensive saves • recorded a shot against Missouri State • named Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week (9/1) • named National Rookie of the Week by womensfieldhockey.com (9/1).

    PREP/PERSONAL
    Received defensive MVP honors as a junior • awarded team MVP in senior season • two-time Lancaster Lebanon League first team all-star • lettered in basketball and soccer • member of the National Honor Society, Peer Helpers and the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) • daughter of Wendy and Brent Miller • has three siblings, Justin, Matt and Lindsay, who played field hockey at the University of Iowa.

    BIRTHDATE: January 1, 1985
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