#7 Kim Miller | Right side
Hometown: Mason City, Iowa
Previous School: Mason City
2012 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
2011 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
Miller played in 21 matches and 64 sets while missing 10 matches due to injury...collected 89 kills in 262 attack attempts, 23 total blocks and 18 digs...put down a career-high tying nine kills vs. Peru State on 9-7-12...posted eight kills each vs. Grand View (Iowa) on 9-1-12 and vs. McPherson (Kan.) on 9-7-12...notched season high four blocks vs. Northwestern on 11-3-12...earned Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors for the second-straight season.
Kim appeared in 20 matches during the 2011 season…posted totals of 49 kills, 24 digs and 19 total blocks…totaled a career-high nine kills vs. York College on 10-4-11…had six digs at Nebraska Wesleyan on 10-19-11 and four blocks vs. Morningside College on 10-1-11...earned Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete recognition.
Miller saw action for the JV and Varsity squads during her sophomore season…Played in seven varsity matches, totaling seven kills and six digs…Appeared in 15 junior varsity matches, totaling 42 kills on the year.
Played in 18 matches for the Bulldog JV squad…finished with 33 kills on the year.
Prepped at Mason City High School in Mason City, Iowa, under coach Randy Lewis for four years ... Earned two varsity letters ... All-academic award winner for volleyball ... Also participated in softball for one year ... Was in the National Honor Society, National Art Honors Society and was on the Honor Roll.
Born May 15 in Mason City, Iowa ... Daughter of Ronald and Robin Miller.