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Ashley Miller
Ashley  Miller


Montgomery, N.Y.

High School:
Valley Central





HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as one of the top 50 recruits in the country by ... Ended the 2007 season with a United States Tennis Association ranking of No. 12 for the Girls' 18 Singles Division of the Eastern Section ... Ranked No. 10 in the section for doubles playing with Mollie Anderson after the two won the USTA National Opens in November 2007 ... Also ranked 14th with Kristin Norton as her partner ... Ranked No. 6 in the Eastern Section for the 16s in singles and was second in doubles with Caroline Davis ... Miller ended the 2006 campaign with a national singles ranking of 26th ... While competing in the Girls' 14s, Miller ended the 2005 season rated No. 3 in singles for the Eastern Section and No. 98 in the nation ... Miller finished No. 20 in the division the previous year for singles play ... Posted a 19-12 singles record playing USTA events in 2004 ... Won the Eastern Designated Closed Championships in April by defeating three players who finished the season ranked in the top 10 for the Eastern Section Girls' 14s ... Finished the year with a 15-5 slate ... Had a 24-1 singles record playing for Valley Central High School her senior year ... Was very active in USTA competition her junior year playing in the Girls' 16s ... Tallied a 47-17 record over the course of 2006 ... Winner of the Eastern Sectional Closed Championships that year ... Won three matches at the USTA National Clay Court Championships ... Went 40-18 playing in the Girls' 18s of USTA tournaments ... Managed to win the backdraw at the USTA National Opens, the Labor Day Championships and Eastern Designated Closed Championships ... Won the state public high school girls' singles title at Eastside Racquet Club in Manlius, N.Y., in November 2007 before suffering her one loss of the season in the state federation girls' high school singles final ... Placed fifth at the state championships in 2006 and was fourth as a sophomore ... Won four consecutive Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association and Section 9 championships during her high school career as well ... Earned numerous awards for her tennis play from her high school, such as Most Valuable Player ... Had the court she played on for high school matches dedicated to her.

PERSONAL: Has plans to pursue a degree in sport and entertainment management ... Full name is Ashley Gale Miller ... Her parents are Karen and Gregg Miller ... Born Oct. 18, 1990, in Cold Spring, N.Y. ... Has one brother, Matt ... Prefers to use Prince rackets ... Coached by Mark Savage and Nick Hummel during her high school and junior careers.

Ashley Miller

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