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Patrick Miller

#2 Patrick Miller

HT. 6' 1"
WT. 195
YR. Sr.
PREV. SCHOOL Hales Fransiscan HS

Major: Accounting

2012-13 Preseason All OVC Team
2012-13 All-OVC First Team
2012-13 Boxtorow HBCU Second Team All-American
2012 OVC All-Tournament Team
2010-11 OVC Freshman of the Year
2010-11 All-OVC Newcomer Team

 2012-13 - Junior Season

Broke a school record with 195 assists… Was the only Tiger to play in and start every game… Joined the 1,000 point club on Jan. 26 against Morehead State… Set a school modern-era record with 1186 minutes played… Named OVC Player of the Week on Dec. 31… Finished third on the team in points per game, averaging 14.8… Made the second-most threes on the team (42)… Is now sixth all-time in school history with 340 made free throws… Led the OVC in assists per contest with 5.8… Swiped a team-high 55 passes… Scored a career-high 28 points against Eastern Illinois (Dec. 29)… Had double-digit points in 28 of 33 games… Had five double-doubles... Finished two points shy of a triple-double on Jan. 19 against Belmont, setting career-highs in rebounds (10) and assists (12)… Tied a career-best with two blocks against Eastern Illinois (Dec. 29)

2011-12 - Sophomore Season

Enters the 2012-13 season just 300 points shy of the 1,000 points club. Only 74 made free throws short of reaching the school's top-8 all-time list...Has a current streak multiple assists in 26 consecutive games...Finished second on the team in scoring (10.8 ppg), field goals made (119), minutes played (1,102) and steals (50)...Led the Tigers with a 118 assists (3.6 per game) and 104 made free throws (3.2 per game)...Scored a season-high 11 points in the win over Morgan State (Nov. 25)...Reached double-figures in 20 games, including eight straight from Nov. 20 until Dec. 17...Tied a season/career-highs with eight rebounds and seven assists against Murray State in the OVC Championship game on March 3...Had a career-best two blocks in the regular season win at UT Martin (Jan. 26). Tied a career-high with seven made field goals in the win over the Skyhawks...Connected on a career-best three triples in the loss to Belmont on Dec. 6. Played a career-high 48 minutes in the double-overtime victory against Eastern Kentucky on Jan 28.

2010-11 - Freshman Season

Named OVC Freshman of the Year and selected to the All-Newcomer team...Led all freshmen in scoring in the OVC...Named OVC Freshman of the week three times, more than any other OVC freshman...Started 30-of-30 games playing 1032 minutes, averaging 34.4 mpg...Averaged 11.4 points per game, connecting on 107-of-282 field goals shooting 38 percent from the field...Hit 25-of-85 shots from 3-point range for an average of 29 percent and 103-of-151 from the free throw line for a 68 percent average...Pulled in a total of 96 rebounds averaging 3.2 boards per game...Recorded a total of 89 assists and 42 steals...Garnered season highs in assists (7) and steals (6) against Murray State (02/03/11)...Scored career highs with 22 points and 12 free throws versus Tennessee Tech (01/22/11).

Hales Fransiscan HS

Voted 2009-2010 Chicago Catholic League Player of the Year...Named two-time Chicago All-Area...Selected to IBCA, Journal Star, and Associated Press Class 2A All-State First Team...Chicago Sun-Times Top 50 Player...Rated 73 on ESPN College Basketball Recruiting...Helped team to a 28-4 record winning the Regional and Sectional Championships...Senior season averaged 22.6 points and 3.8 assists per game in 32 games played...Team leading scorer with 614 points...Scored 20 or more points in 17 games, 30 or more in four games and posted a career high of 42 poins against Bishop McNamara (12/09/09)...Listed as the game's leading scorer in 20-of-32 games played...Collected 93 rebounds for a 3.3 average also averaging 3.3 steals per game and .5 blocks...Shot 48 percent from the field, 44 percent from the three-point range and 79.5 from the free-throw line...Named two-time IBS All-State... Voted Athlete of the Week (3/11/10)...Nominated for McDonald's All-America Team.


Son of Michelle Adams...Born May 22, 1992.