Kyle Miller '13
2011-12: 25 games, 247 pts, 25 assts, 49 reb., 13 steal, 2 blk
2010-11: 23 games, 142 pts, 15 assts, 25 reb., 9 steal, 2 blk
2009-10: 20 games, 75 pts, 11 assts, 9 reb., 0 steal, 1 blk
Total: 93 games, 757 pts, 92 assts, 179 reb., 45 steal, 7 blk
2011-12: Miller had a stand-out season in his third year with the Saints, making his way into the starting line-up in the second half of the season. The Central Square, NY native had a career-high 29 points against RPI on Jan. 20 as he went 7-of-11 from behind the arc. He concluded the season with 247 points shooting .462 percent from the field, while adding 51 assists, 83 rebounds and 27 steals. An economics major at St. Lawrence, he is also a member of the Investment Club.
2010-11: In his sophomore season, Miller appeared in 23 games and scored 142 points. Leading the Scarlet and Brown in three-point shooting percentage (.39), the Central Square, NY native also contributed 25 rebounds, 15 assists, nine steals and 2 blocks.
2009-10: Miller had a solid rookie season, playing in 20 games for the Saints. The Central Square, NY native averaged 3.8 points per game to give him 75 total points at the end of the season. Miller also contributed 11 assists, racked up nine rebounds, and one block. The rookie guard shot 24-of-58 from the floor, 21-of-51 from the arc, and 6-of-6 from the free-throw line. He picked up a season-high 12 points against conference opponent Union College, and shot an impressive 4-of-7 from the three-point line in the same game.
At Central Square: Miller was a two-year basketball captain. He was a three-time First-Team All-League member, and eared Second-Team All-CNY honors his senior year. Along with his athletic success, Miller was a National Honor Society member.