Speaking of comfort, Miller has played with a care-free style after committing to Northwestern when she was a sophomore.
“It was a huge honor and it was kind of a weight lifted off of my shoulders because freshman year I had been going to camps and trying to get recruited,” Miller said. “It’s a lot of work for a freshman, not knowing exactly what you want.”
Miller plans to major in communications and wants to become a physical therapist or physician assistant. Several of her teammates also plan to go into the medical profession.
But first, Miller has high hopes for her final high school season. With six four-year varsity players and four others in their third varsity seasons, the Tigers are looking to win back-to-back regionals for the first time since 2006.
“It would be absolutely unbelievable to win a conference title, especially in this new conference,” Miller said. “That will really set WW South up with a name going into next season and down the road.
“It would be even cooler to go to sectionals and get far into the playoffs.”