Lexi Miller

#21 Lexi Miller

Pos. G
Ht. 5-7
Yr. So.
Hometown Caledonia, Mich.
High School (Prev. School) Caledonia

2014-15: Appeared in 28 games during her junior season, making 25 starts...distributed a career-high eight assists opposite zero turnovers in addition to grabbing four rebounds and scoring five points in Valpo’s 91-57 season-opening win over Butler (Nov. 14)...chipped in eight points and five boards at Indiana (Nov. 18)...fueled Valpo to a 65-50 win over NIU (Nov. 20) with 17 points on 4-of-5 shooting behind the arc and three assists...collected her first career block versus Tennessee Tech (Nov. 22) in addition to scoring nine points and racking up five assists...nailed her only shot from beyond the arc and three of her four free-throw attempts at Akron (Nov. 25) en route to a six-point, two-assist night...set a career-high in field goals made with six versus #12 Louisville (Nov. 30) as her 14 points led Valpo...grabbed three rebounds and tallied three points at Miami of Ohio (Dec. 3)...logged two boards, two assists, two steals, and scored 10 points vs. Tulsa (Dec. 6)...scored all ten of her pointe in the second half at South Dakota (Dec. 9)...was perfect from the charity stripe as part of a four-point day versus Illinois (Dec. 13)...was 5-of-10 from the field at Cleveland State (Jan. 8) as she chipped in 12 points, four rebounds, and four assists...logged seven points, three rebounds, an assist, and two steals vs. UIC (Jan. 10)...scored two points, grabbed a pair of boards and dished out an assist vs. Oakland (Jan. 15)...posted nine points, two assists, and three rebounds vs. Wright State (Jan. 17)...set career highs in points (21), field goals made (7), three-pointers made (5) at Milwaukee (Jan. 21) in her best performance yet in a Crusader uniform...disbursed six assists to go with five points, a steal, and a block at UIC (Jan. 27)...splashed her only 3-point attempt and was 2-for-2 from the line in a seven-point night vs. Green Bay (Jan. 29)...accrued seven assists and added six points in Valpo’s 74-68 win at Detroit (Feb. 5)...contributed nine points, four assists, and a pair of steals at Wright State (Feb. 7)...tossed in nine points, grabbed three rounds, blocked a shot, and disbursed an assist in Valpo’s 69-56 win over Milwaukee (Feb. 12)...knocked down five field goals as part of a 12-point, four-assist night at Green Bay (Feb. 19)...finished with eight points (3-6 FG), two assists, and three boards vs. YSU (Feb. 21)...distributed a team-high four assists while scoring four points versus Cleveland State (Feb. 25)...logged six points, two assists, and a steal vs. Detroit (Feb. 28)...chipped in five points, two assists, and three rebounds at Oakland (Mar. 5)...handed out five assists at Youngstown State (Mar. 7)...continued her torrid shooting pace at the Klotsche Center in the season finale at Milwaukee, matching a career-high with five three-pointers as part of an 18-point performance.

2013-2014: Played in 26 games in her sophomore campaign including 13 starts...averaged 7.0 points per game...one of two Crusaders with more assists than turnovers and one of three with a free-throw percentage of 83% or higher (83.6%)...scored 15 points in the season opener at Saint Louis (Nov. 10) thanks to a career-high eight free-throws...tossed in a career-high 18 points at Tennessee Tech (Nov. 24), 12 of which came from beyond the arc...shot 5-of-12 from the field and a perfect 6-for-6 from the charity stripe as part of an 16-point effort versus Montana State (Dec. 1) in Miami...scored seven points and distributed a career-most seven assists in a thrilling 63-61 win at Toledo (Dec. 7)...missed a month of action due to a concussion...returned on Jan. 15th to score six points at Oakland....recorded 15 points on 5-of-6 shooting from the floor at Green Bay (Feb. 3)...tallied ten points in back-to-back contests (at Detroit on Feb. 26, vs. Green Bay on Mar. 1)...scored 11 and gathered three rebounds at Wright State (Mar. 8)...chipped in ten points and four boards in a 76-69 win at Detroit in the Horizon League Tournament (Mar. 10).

2012-2013: Appeared in 28 games including two starts in her rookie season with the Crusaders...made her collegiate debut versus the Indiana Hoosiers on Nov. 9th...recorded two rebounds and an assist in 16 minutes versus Purdue-Calumet (Nov. 14)...scored her first collegiate points at IUPUI (Nov. 17) thanks to 2-for-3 shooting from the floor...received her first collegiate starting assignment at Butler (Nov. 19)...scored four points at Cameron Indoor Stadium versus #4 Duke (Nov. 23)...tallied five points including three rebounds while logging a season-high 19 minutes at Western Illinois (Nov. 27)...knocked down her only three-point attempt as part of a seven-point game at IPFW (Dec. 4)...recorded two assists in a start at Louisville (Dec. 8)...scored two points in 17 minutes at Michigan (Dec. 20)...registered two points and two rebounds versus Northern Illinois (Jan. 5)...accumulated a season-high 13 points on 4-of-7 shooting and dished out a season-high three assists in an 88-62 win over UIC on Feb. 16th...scored four points and hauled in three boards in a 67-57 Horizon League Conference Tournament win over UIC (Mar. 11).

Prep: A three-year letterwinner at Caledonia High School ... varsity captain for three seasons ... Tigers team MVP as a junior and senior ... all-conference selection during her final three seasons ... first-team all state as a junior ... honorable mention all state as a senior ... academic all-state selection in 2012 ... closed career fourth on the Tigers' all-time scoring list ... also lettered in volleyball.

Personal: Lexi is the daughter of Steve and Cherie Miller … working towards her master's in sports administration … born June 7, 1994 ... active in Pack-a-Thon, Popcorn Festival and Pen Pals community service efforts.