Kyle Miller

Pacific Grove, Calif.

High School:
Stevenson HS '10


Managerial Economics

2012-13: Posted a 14-7 singles mark, primarily as a No. 2... Won his lone No. 1 singles match in straight sets, 7-6, 6-3, when the Aggies hosted Nevada (3/9)... Captured victories in 13 of 20 No. 2 singles contests... In the early portion of UC Davis' schedule, Miller won six of seven singles matchups... Later in the year, he built a four-match win streak against Sacramento State (2/23), Villanova, Boston College (both on 3/4) and Nevada... Ended his season with wins in four of his last six matches... Took both No. 2 doubles matches with Alec Haley and six of 13 matches played alongside Adam Luba... Of those six victories, five were at the No. 2 position with the other earned as a No. 1.

2011-12: BIG WEST ALL-CONFERENCE SINGLES HONORABLE MENTION... BIG WEST ALL-CONFERENCE DOUBLES SECOND TEAM... Finished the season with the best individual winning percentage on the Aggies, going 12-12 on the season... Went 10-10 in dual meets from the No. 2 position... Put together four-match winning streak towards the end of the season, including a win over then-No. 29 Fresno State's David Ayoun... Closed season with a 5-2 singles record... Went 10-15 in doubles with partner Hugo Verdi-Fortin... Duo accounted for all seven UC Davis No. 1 doubles wins... Earned first Big West Conference Athlete of the Week honor of his career after picking up back-to-back singles victories over Montana's Mikolaj Caruk and Fresno State's David Ayoun.

2010-11: Served as the No. 4 singles player for the majority of the season as a true freshman... Posted a 7-11 singles mark in dual matches, taking one win at the No. 3 spot... Had a 1-2 record during fall singles matches... Had a 2-7 doubles record with partner Toki Sherbakov at the No. 2 position... Finished with a 5-10 doubles record in dual matches and a 0-3 mark in fall matches... Managed a 7-6, 7-4 win over Sacramento State's Javier Millan on Feb. 20.

STEVENSON HS '10: Finished with a 10-1 record at No. 1 singles in 2010... Recorded a 15-2 record in 2007 and 2008, playing at No. 1 singles in 2008... Was named Most Valuable player in 2007 and 2010 and Most Improved player in 2008... Won the Mission Trail Athletic League championship in three consecutive seasons from 2008-10... Helped his team win the Central Coast Section in the CIF in 2009 and 2010.

PERSONAL: Born in Monterey, Calif... Majoring in managerial economics... Parents are Anne Marie and Andrew Miller... Career highlight was playing at the Clay Court Nationals in Del Ray Beach, Fla. in 2009... Enjoys playing guitar and surfing.