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Carly Miller
Carly  Miller


Rye, N.Y.

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Possesses excellent finishing skills and vision around the goal ... Developed into a potent offensive weapon over the course of her career and finished with 73 goals and 19 assists. She ranks tenth all-time in goals scored at VU.

2011: Started all 16 games for the Wildcats on attack ... She contributed 15 goals and seven assists on the season, including 10 goals and four assists in the eight BIG EAST games ... She was also credited with 15 ground balls ... Produced three goals and an assist in a March 25 game at Georgetown and picked up a pair of goals in a March 1 victory over LIU ... Closed out her career with a pair of goals on Senior Day at Villanova Stadium against Syracuse on May 1.

2010: Scored 24 goals and added four assists while drawing 15 starting assignments ... 39 of her 41 shots were on goal, a percentage of .951 ... Scored a pair of goals in the Wildcats' 16-15 win over Cincinnati on the final weekend of BIG EAST action....Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

2009: Produced an excellent sophomore season, scoring 27 goals and adding seven assists while starting each of the Wildcats' 16 games ... Finished fourth on the club in scoring ... Gained 57 draw controls and 20 ground balls ... Came up with her first five point game in a 15-14 win at Navy on March 24, scoring four goals and adding an assist ... Scored three goals and added an assist in an 11-10 win over UC Davis on April 4.

2008: Drew four starting assignments in her 11 appearances ... Finished with seven goals and 11 shots on net ... Also added five ground balls and controlled three draws.

Personal: Parents are Raymond and Pam Miller ... Siblings are Betsy (26) and Chip (22) ... Ray Miller played four years of football at Bucknell ... Born October 14, 1988 ... A communications major ... Earned four varsity letters playing lacrosse for coach Maureen O'Shea at Rye High School ... Named all-league and all-section three times ... A three time Journal News first team all-star ... Was twice selected as Rye Lion's Club Scholar Athlete ... Produced 188 career goals ... Also received four varsity letters in basketball at Rye High.