Miller Selected For NFHCA Senior All-Star Game

Updated 11/2/2010
Story courtesy of Kent State Athletic Communications

KENT, Ohio - Kent State senior midfielder Rachel Miller (Bathurst, Australia/MacKillop College) has been selected as one of 38 players to participate in the 2010 NFHCA Division I Senior Game.  The game is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 20th at the University of Maryland.

This year's Senior Game participants will face off against the U.S. Women's National Team as well as against each other in a series of four (4), 25 minute sessions.  

The reigning MAC Player of the Year, Miller is one of only four two-time All-Americans in school history.  Having put together another fantastic performance on both sides of the ball this season she is currently one of just six players in the country to have recorded double-digits in both goals (10) and assists (12) this year.  Miller enters this weekend's MAC Tournament ranking second all-time at Kent State with 49 career assists and eighth with 44 career goals.  Her 137 total points meanwhile are the fifth most in school history.  

Miller has started all 82 games for the Golden Flashes over the past four seasons and has helped lead the team to an impressive 54 victories.  

The Golden Flashes (13-6; 8-2 MAC) return to action on Friday at 11:00 a.m. when they face the winner of Central Michigan-Missouri game in the semifinals of the MAC Tournament.

2010 NFHCA Division I Senior
All-Star Game Participants:
Janna Anctil Boston College
Jena Cacciatore Ohio State University
Haley Carpenter University of Virginia
Liza Casella Wake Forest University
Susan Ciufo Drexel University
Suzy Clephane University at Albany
Kara Connolly New Hampshire
Lindsey Conrad Syracuse University
Emily Cummings Wake Forest University
Sarah Dalrymple Temple University
Catie De Stio Cornell University
Maire Dineen University of Maine
Allie Dolce Boston University
Elizabeth Drazdowski North Carolina
Susan Ferger Duke University
Christine Fingerhuth American University
Camille Gandhi Stanford University
Melissa Gonzalez Connecticut
Loran Hatch Old Dominion University
Hannah Hess University of Richmond
Rachel Hollenbach University of Louisville
Amy Hordendorf Lock Haven University
Katherine Hyland Brown University
Kim Kastuk University of Virginia
Katie Kelly University of Massachusetts
Jackie Kintzer University of North Carolina
Emily Kozniuk Boston College
Paige Laytos University of Michigan
Christina Mastropaolo Drexel University
Aisling McKeon Ohio State University
Rachel Miller Kent State University
Alicia Morawski University of Maryland
Katie O'Donnell University of Maryland
Virginia Peisch Dartmouth College
Xanthe Travlos Stanford University
Meredith Way University of Michigan
Hannah Weitzman American University
Nicole Youman University of Louisville