2011-12 AS A FRESHMAN
Appeared in 30 games, started 21 // Averaged 13.7 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game // Led the team in scoring, three-point field goal percentage, and minutes played // Scored a season-high 22 points against Edward Waters (Dec. 16) // Scored in double figures in 24 games // Scored in double figures the last 20 games of the season // Dished out a season-high 4 assists in three games // Pulled down a season-high 5 rebounds in two games // Tallied a career-high 5 steals against Goshen (Nov. 30) // Played a career-high 48 minutes against Grace (Feb. 14) // Ranked 4th in the nation and 1st in the conference in free throw percentage (.873) // Ranked 13th in the nation and 1st in the conference in 3-point field goal percentage (.438) // Ranked 30th in nation and 3rd in the conference in 3-pointers made per game (2.552) // Ranked 40th in nation and 4th in the conference in total 3-pointers made (74) // Ranked 14th in the conference in scoring per game (13.76) // Ranked 18th in the conference in total scoring (399) // Ranked 20th in the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.28) // Named Conference Newcomer of the Year, All-Conference Newcomer Team, and Third Team All-Conference // Finished 7th in program history for single season free throw percentage (.873) // Set the program record for most 3-pointers made by a freshman (77) // Finished 2nd in program history for most minutes played in a single game (48)
2012-13 AS A SOPHOMORE
Became the third quickest Pilot in program history to 500 career points, in his 37th game, behind Dave Troyer (27 games) and Ryne Lightfoot (34) // Appeared in and started all 35 games // Averaged 14.8 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 2.1 assists per game // Led the team in scoring, three-point field goal percentage, and minutes played // Scored a career-high 30 points against Goshen (Nov. 27) // Scored in double figures in 29 games // Dished out a career-high 5 assists against St. Francis (Feb. 20) // Pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds in two games // Ranked 13th in the conference in scoring per game (14.80) // Ranked 7th in the nation and 1st in the conference in 3-point field goal percentage (.456) // Ranked 9th in the nation and 2nd in the conference in 3-point field goals made per game (3.114) // Ranked 6th in the nation and 2nd in the conference in total 3-point field goals made (109) // Ranked 12th in the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.59) // Named Third-Team All-Conference, NCCAA All-American Honorable Mention, and CapitalOne Academic All-American // Set program records for most 3-pointers made (109) by a sophomore, and finished 4th in program history // Set the program record for playing time average (32.3) by a sophomore, and finished 3rd in program history // Finished 7th in program history for single season 3-pointers attempted (239) and single season 3-point field goal percentage (.456)
Averaged 18.9 points and 2.6 assists per game at Connersville High School // Shot 42.4% from the three-point line // Over 1,000 career points // News Examiner Best Performance of the Year // Rick Bolus Top 50: Best of the Rest // IBCA All-State Honorable Mention // AP All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 // Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic // IBCA First Team Academic All-State // Indiana East-West All-Star Game // Hoosiers Reunion All-Star Classic
Born March 26, 1993 // Son of JD and Lisa Miller // Economics major // Hails from Connersville, Indiana // Resides in Logan Village
Chose Bethel College over the University of Indianapolis, Mid-America Nazarene University and Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
NOVEMBER 8, 2011 // 81-79 BETHEL WIN VS. AQUINAS
In just his second collegiate game, Miller tickled the twine early and often, helping the Pilots overcome a 17-point second half deficit to score the victory. Miller finished with 19 points on 6 of-10 from the field, including 5-of-7 from behind the arc.
NOVEMBER 27, 2012 // 99-85 BETHEL WIN VS. GOSHEN
After averaging 16.0 points per game against the Leafs as a freshman, Miller exploded for a career-high 30 points on 8-of-17 shooting, including 7-of-12 from the three-point line. He also registered a season-high 4 steals in the ever-tough-to-come-by road conference victory.
JANUARY 15, 2013 // 83-65 BETHEL WIN VS. HUNTINGTON
Miller registered 21 points in the victory, all coming from beyond the arc (career-high 7-of-14 from three-point range). He also tied a career-high with 6 rebounds while adding an assist and steal in the dominant win.
|0||Jordyn Coon*||SO||G||6-2||175||Warsaw, Ind.||Warsaw|
|2||Josh Glass||FR||SF||6-3||180||Solon, Ohio||Solon|
|4||Jared Mott||SO||F||6-7||205||Lucas, Ohio||Temple Christian|
|5||Travis Smith||SO||G||5-10||160||Peru, Ind.||Peru|
|10||Caleb Oetjen||FR||SG||6-0||172||McCordsville, Ind.||Horizon Christian|
|12||Chris Mitchell*||FR||G||6-3||182||Detroit, Mich.||Mishawaka|
|15||Landon Booker||SR||G||5-10||183||South Bend, Ind||Adams|
|20||Matt Schauss||JR||PG||6-4||190||Greens Fork, Ind.||Centerville|
|22||Zach Miller||JR||SG||6-1||166||Connersville, Ind.||Connersville|
|23||David Lee*||FR||G||6-1||164||Plymouth, Ind.||Plymouth|
|24||Brandon Gerber||SR||F||6-5||191||Markle, Ind.||Norwell|
|25||Michael Mislan||SR||C||6-8||203||Indianapolis, Ind.||Roncalli|
|30||Ryan Wassink||FR||F||6-6||211||Hudsonville, Mich.||Unity Christian|
|34||Ryan Benner||SR||G||6-4||197||Mishawaka, Ind.||Mishawaka|
|41||Patrick Oetting||SR||F||6-6||224||Fort Wayne, Ind.||Concordia Lutheran|
|50||Keith Cochran||FR||C||7-0||201||Bluffton, Ind.||Bluffton|
|(23) Ashford University vs||83|
|NAIA National Tournament|