Talented combo guard who came into her own last season as a true point guard … one of the nation’s elite point guards … one of the team’s go-to players … excellent perimeter player ... great quickness with a lightning first-step ... great on-court vision ... has tremendous scoring potential … complete, all-around player.
At West Virginia (2010-11): Finished her career eight points shy of the 1,000-point milestone with 992 career points ... is listed in the top 10 of the WVU record books (No. 8 for both) for career assists with 422 and career steals with 228 ... led the Mountaineers in assists with 113 in only 26 games (4.3 per game) ... recorded the eighth-highest assists per game average (4.3) in BIG EAST only games ... tied with Madina Ali for second-most steals on the team with 56 ... averaged 2.1 steals per game in conference play, the sixth-highest average in the league ... missed eight games due to injury ... grabbed a career-high nine steals in first start back after recovering from knee injury against Central Connecticut State ... her nine single-game steals tied for the ninth-most in a game nationally ... earned first start in second game of season against Duquesne as she recovered from a wrist injury ... played 22 min. of that game, grabbing four steals, two rebounds and recording a block ... had a season-high 19 point performance at Pitt, helping WVU to its highest point total in a game all season (90-79) ... had seven double-figure scoring games, totaling 47 in her career ... led the Mountaineers’ scoring efforts three times and rebounding efforts twice in 25 starts ... finished her career with 14 times as leading scorer and three times as leading rebounder ... matched a career-high 10 assists in a 72-44 win over Cincinnati ... played a season-high 40 minutes three times ... named to the Preseason all-BIG EAST team and the Preseason Naismith Trophy Watch List ... also listed on the ‘Players Making the Buzz’ list for the Nancy Lieberman Award ... was a part of 96 victories as a Mountaineer and only 38 losses, amassing the most victories in a four-year career in program history.
At West Virginia (2009-10): In first year ever as a point guard, led the BIG EAST in steals (95) and assists (200) en route to being named the BIG EAST’s Defensive Player of the Year … all-BIG EAST second team … all-BIG EAST tournament team … WBCA All-Region I nominee for State Farm Coaches’ All-America team … 11th nationally in assists per game … 24th nationally in steals per game … 33rd nationally in assist-turnover ratio (1.87) … BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Dec. 21) … BIG EAST leader in assists (200/5.9) and steals (95/2.8) … third in league assist-turnover ratio (1.9) … eighth in BIG EAST minutes per game (34.8) … posted the most steals by a Mountaineer in a season since 1996 … 18 double-figure scoring games … 20 games with six assists or more … started all 34 games she appeared in … season-high 18 points, on 7-of-15 shooting, in BIG EAST semifinal victory against Rutgers … 17 points, including 7-of-8 from the free throw line, in Louisville win … 16 points, including 10-of-14 from the free throw line, with six steals in home Rutgers win … career-best 10 assists, with nine points and five rebounds, in win at USF … 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting, including perfect 3-of-3 from 3-point range, with six assists and six steals in Fresno State win … 15 points on 7-of-13 shooting in NCAA second round game against San Diego State … 15 points and seven assists in Nugget Classic championship game victory at Nevada … 13 points, nine assists and six steals in key win at Pitt … 13 points and eight assists in Marquette win … 12 points, nine assists and five rebounds in Preseason WNIT opening round win against Towson … 13 points, eight assists and six rebounds in UMBC win … 14 points at UConn … 12 points and nine assists in Radford victory … 11 points, seven rebounds and six assists in NCAA Tournament first round win over Lamar … 13 points, eight rebounds and five assists in Seton Hall victory … 10 points and seven assists at Ohio State … nine points and nine assists at Notre Dame … eight assists, six rebounds, five steals and six points in Maine win.
At West Virginia (2008-09): Named BIG EAST’s Most Improved Player after a vote of the league’s coaches … 25th in BIG EAST scoring average … 15th in league field goal percentage … fifth in leage minutes per game … third on the team in points … second on squad in assists … team leader in free throw percentage … third in rebounds … second in minutes per game average … 22 double figure scoring efforts ... 11 perfect free throw shooting games … six 20-point efforts … two double-doubles … 13 straight double-figure scoring efforts from Dec. 30 to Feb. 15 … BIG EAST Player of the Week (Feb. 9) after guiding Mountaineers to victory at No. 5 and national runner-up Louisville during regular season … victory was highest-ranked road team the Mountaineers had ever defeated in program history … scored 22 points, on 8-13 shooting and a perfect 6-6 from the free throw line, with 10 rebounds in 39 minutes of action against the Cards … career-best 27 points with 10 caroms in home win over Mercyhurst … 21 points, on 8-15 shooting, with eight rebounds in narrow loss to DePaul in second round of BIG EAST Championship … 23 points on 8-17 shooting and 7-7 from the free throw line in win over Marshall … 22 points on 10-14 shooting with seven rebounds in Longwood win … 20 points against Seton Hall … 19 points, including career-best 10 free throws against Indiana … 19 points with eight rebounds in home win over Providence.
At West Virginia (2007-08): Appeared in 16 games as backup … averaged 1.8 points in 5.4 minutes per game … career-high 10 points on 5-5 shooting in home win against Presbyterian … four assists and two points in home win against St. Francis, Pa. … three points and three assists in home victory over Canisius in season-opener.
In High School: Averaged 15 points, four assists and six rebounds as a senior at Sam Houston High ... guided Hurricanes to 30-5 record including a perfect 13-0 mark in conference play ... team advanced to second round of AAAA playoffs ... SAISD tournament MVP, All-District MVP and TABC All-Region as a senior ... Northside LoneStar All-Tournament Team ... San Antonio Express-News “Super Team” ... four-time first team all-district ... SAISD All-Tournament Team ... rated among the top 250 prep players according to All-Star Girl’s Report.
Personal: Daughter of Janet Miles ... birthday is July 5 ... majoring in design studies ... Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll.