2014: Indoors - ran the middle distances...took fifth in the 600 meters (1:39.28) at the Hokie Invite...ran her fastest 800 meters at the SEC Indoor Championships, running a personal best 2:15.83 to finish 28th...Outdoors - Ran the 800 meters...posted a pair of third-place finishes at the Weems Baskin Invitational and the Bill Carson Invitational, with her season best coming at Bill Carson at 2:17.45...did not finish her last two races of the season, including the SEC Outdoor Championships...was a member of the 4x800m relay at Penn Relays that finished 12th, but turned in the No. 9 time in program history at 9:10.42
2013 Cross Country (Sophomore): Ran in two events, finishing 10th in the Gamecock Invitational #2 two-mile race in 12:31.75 and 76th overall in the Royal XC Challenge (19:25.9).
2013 Track & Field (Freshman): Indoors, made her only appearance of the season in the 800m at the USC Indoor Open #2, finishing fourth with a time of 2:42.29...Outdoors, competed at the Weems Baskin Invitational in the 1,500m, but did not finish her race.
2012 Cross Country(Freshman): Did not compete.
HIGH SCHOOL: Bests of 2:14 in the 800m and 56.48 in the 400m...three-time region championship winner in the 4x800...four-time state qualifier in the 4x400m...three-time state qualifier in the 4x800m...three-time region championship team in cross country...four-time first team All-Region in the 4x400m, 800m and the mile...three-time All-Region in the 4x800m...three-time track and field MVP...Most Valuable Senior Female Athlete and Scholar Athlete at North Myrtle Beach High School
PERSONAL: Palmetto Fellows Scholar, Dean's Scholar, Mildred Ward Athletic Scholarship, member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Mu Alpha Thea Society...lettered in basketball in addition to cross country and track...daughter of Robert and Tammy Miller...one sibling, Brandon...intends to major in exercise science...also considered North Carolina, Clemson, Campbell, Wofford, College of Charleston...decided on South Carolina because she felt that USC had everything she was looking for and that she could grow academically and athletically.