Eddie Miller

Antioch, Calif.

High School:
Antioch HS

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 195



2010-11: Started all 30 games, finishing 3rd on the team in scoring (12.5), 4th in rebounding (4.5) and 2nd in total steals (32)... Was .476 from the field, ranking 8th in the Big West... Ended season on a tear, averaging 23.8 ppg over last 4 games of the year, highlighting his initial Aggie season with career-high 35 points at UC Riverside (2/26) during that run... Hit 13 of 21 FG, including 5 treys... Had set previous career-best 2 nights earlier with 26 points on 11-of-21 shooting at UC Irvine... Scored at least 20 points 7 times... Went for double-figures in 7 straight games midseason, averaging 15.1 ppg... Tallied 5 assistss vs. UC Irvine (1/29) including length-of-the-court pass to Mark Payne with 2 ticks left in 2nd OT resulting in winning points... Twice had 4 steals and 3 times grabbed 8 boards... Was 7 for 8 from the FT line at Seattle (2/15).

2009-10: Did not compete due to NCAA transfer rules.

: Appeared in 7 games as a sophomore at Cal...Averaged 2.4 points and 0.4 rebounds...Scored season-high 8 points against Dartmouth (12/27)...Tallied 6 points against Texas-Pan American (11/20)...Of his 17 total points, 12 came from beyond the arc...Shot 4-for-5 from three-point range and 6-for-8 from the field...Finished season with 2 blocks and 2 assists.

2007-08: Appeared in 8 games as a freshman at Cal...Saw a total of 26 minutes of action...Lone bucket came against San Diego State (11/24)...Had a block in first four games he appeared in and finished with 4 blocks...Grabbed 2 rebounds in first collegiate game against Southern Miss (11/14).

ANTIOCH HS '07: Named Bay Valley Athletic League most valuable player as a senior...Received first-team All-BVAL honors as a junior and senior...Averaged a double-double final two seasons...All-BVAL honorable mention as a sophomore...Also a member of track & field team...Four-time Scholar-Athlete who graduated with honors.

PERSONAL: Born in Pittsburg, Calif...Majoring in communication...Son of Sheila and Ed Miller...Father has been associate head coach of Cal's Track & Field program for over 25 years and was the 1976 NCAA decathlon national champion...Lists his mother as his non-sports hero.