UNH Recruit Christopher Miller Set to Join UNH in Fall 2015
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UNH Fall 2015
19-year-old Christopher Miller from Windham, NH will be enrolling at UNH this fall. Although he was not offered athletics financial aid for his freshman year, he will compete for playing time on the 2015-16 UNH roster.
Miller, a competitive center/winger with outstanding speed, played last season for the Junior Bruins in the United States Premiere Hockey League. He missed 11 games in late October and throughout November with a mild concussion. Miller was a key player on the Junior Bruins team that won the 2014 Tier III National Championship. He scored 3 goals and an assist in 5 tournament games.
Here are player statistics and background information for Chris. It includes 2 informative links. Click on his name and a link to his statistics comes up on a separate screen. Click on the date next to "Commit to UNH:" for a link to an article which announced his commitment to UNH.
United States Premiere Hockey League
DOB: 6-1-1995 Hometown: Windham, NH
Forward, 5'7", 155 lbs. Shoots Right
Commit to UNH: 11-22-2013 at Age 18 years, 5 months. "I chose the University of New Hampshire for a variety of different reasons. Not only does it offer great academics - more specifically a great business program - but it also allows me to play in front of friends and family in my home state of New Hampshire. UNH seems to be the perfect fit. It has been my dream hockey school for some time now and I didn’t hesitate when I was given the opportunity to become a Wildcat. I was considering some other Division 1 schools as well as a number of Division 3 NESCAC schools."
|Player||Year||Team||League||GP||Goals||Asst||Pts||PIM||Christopher Miller (F)||2014/2015||Junior Bruins||USPHL||33||8||12||20||10|