Miller To Train With U-21 Women's National Team

Jan. 19, 2005

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Senior goalkeeper Meghan Miller will join teammates Caroline Smith and Holly Gault as all three Jayhawk soccer players have received an opportunity to train with the Under-21 USA National Team.

“Meghan has worked really hard for us during her four years at KU and has made a lot of improvement,” said head coach Mark Francis. “It is nice to see her being rewarded with the honors that she has been receiving. The chance to train with the U-21 National Team is a great honor for her and for our program.”

Miller, a senior goalkeeper from Seattle, Wash., finished her career by posting the best season by a goalkeeper in school history. Miller led the Big 12 in goals against average (0.57) and save percentage (.881), while finishing second in shutouts (12). She began the 2004 campaign with five straight shutouts and led the Jayhawks to a 0.56 shutouts per game average this season, the best in school history and 12th in the country in 2004. Miller completed her career as KU’s all-time leader in shutouts, goals against average, games started and games played. She was selected as a second team All-American by both the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of American) and SoccerBuzz.