Carrollton, Ga. (October 28, 2014) – Amanda Miller was a stand-out, four-year starter for Stone Bridge from 2006-2010. The following is a press release on her latest achievements in college:
“Friday night in Flowers Hall on the campus of the University of North Alabama, West Georgia setter Amanda Miller became the all-time leader in assists during the first set of the Wolves’ battle against North Alabama. The Wolves however would drop the match to the Lions 3-0.
Miller came into the match needing just seven assists to set a new standard for setters at UWG, breaking a record that has stood since 1995. Kristy Dermid, who played at UWG from 1992-95, was the former record holder, finishing her career with 3,076 assists. Miller had one of the top single seasons in school history in the 2012 campaign, helping propel her to break the record this season.
The broken career mark is the second school career record to fall in the past two seasons, as Melissa Holt shattered the school record for digs last season. West Georgia will have a ceremony at the next home game to recognize Miller’s career achievement. The Wolves will take on Gulf South Conference newcomer Lee on Tuesday evening at 6 p.m.”
Congratulations Amanda on another milestone in a great career. Enjoy the photo from the Viva Archives.