SPECIAL FEATURE ON SENIORS (March 21, 2020)– Jamia Miller made a lasting impact on Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) women's basketball in just two years.
This season alone, Miller scored double-digit points in 18 games. She broke her career scoring record with 26 points against Texas College in a convincing 121-48 victory. Miller shot 58.3 percent from the field and 60 percent from the three-point line. She helped lead the Saints to be first in the NAIA in scoring offense per game, scoring margin, turnover margin, field goal percentage, total scoring offense and total rebounding offense this season. She was named to the All-Conference Second Team this season.
Miller earned her spot in OLLU history in the 2018-2019 season. She ranks first in the highest three-point field goal percentage in a season by shooting 47.4 percent.
Miller said, "This season didn't end the way I wanted, but basketball has taught me a lot. It taught me that good things must come to an end, to stay headstrong in what I believe and to do whatever it takes to find a solution to any problem I might face. I'm looking forward to what life has in store for me, and I'm blessed God allowed me to be part of such an amazing team and get a degree."
After graduation, she plans to work with her father's best friend who is a financial adviser. Miller's hobbies include watching YouTube, shopping, eating and sleeping. Her athletic role model is NBA Los Angeles Laker LeBron James.
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