As a Sophomore in 2001-02:Started the Binghamton game and scored his career-high 11 pts. with a block (11/23/01)... flirted with a triple-double against Yale with 10 pts., nine rebs. and nine assists (11/24/01)... scored season-high 16 pts., including 10-12 FTs, with five assists at Providence (12/8/01)... scored 10 pts. with six rebs. and five assists vs. Charlotte (12/29/01)... shot 3-3 FGs with four rebs. vs. Temple (2/9/02)... matched his career-high with nine assists at Xavier (2/14/02)... shot 4-5 with six assists at Fordham (3/2/02).
As a Freshman in 2000-01: Appeared in the Texas A&M game where he dished three assists in eight minutes... shot 3-4 FGs for 7 pts. with five assists and three steals against Howard (11/24/00)... converted 5-6 FTs vs. Boston U. (11/25/00)... played 14 minutes with three assists and a steal vs. #13 Maryland in the BB&T championship (12/3/00)... handed out three assists and a block in five minutes at URI (2/14/01).
High School: Averaged seven points, 5.4 rebounds and seven assists in leading the Ravens to the Catholic High School league title in New York City in 1999-2000. Miller was named to the All-Division team by the league's coaches... a two-year starter for the Ravens, Miller shot 48 percent from the floor and 79 percent from the free throw line as a senior... St. Raymond's posted a combined two-year record of 44-11 (.800) during Miller's two seasons on the varsity squad under coach Gary Decesare. "(Darnell) was the heart and soul of the team," Decesare said. "We had two 20-point scorers on the team and Darnell's job was to get the ball to them. Our success as a team depended on Darnell."
Personal: Born May 24, 1982 in Bronx, NY... full name is Darnell Marc Miller... son of Lorna McDuffy... undecided on a major.
Miller's Career Highs:
Points: 16 @ Providence (12/8/01)
Rebs: 9 vs. Yale (11/24/01)
Assists: 9 vs. Yale (11/24/01); 9 @ Xavier (2/14/02)
Steals: 3 (three times) last @ Fordham (3/2/02)
Blocks: 1 (four times) last @ Richmond (1/30/02)
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