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Emily  Miller

Graduate Student

Winston-Salem, N.C.

High School:
Mount Tabor

Last College:
Middlebury College



At Virginia

  • Joined the team as a graduate student in the fall
  • Is working on her master's degree in biomedical engineering

At Middlebury College

  • Starting goalkeeper for the 2015 NCAA III field hockey national champions
  • Recorded a shuout in the 2015 national championship game, holding previously undefeated Bowdoin scoreless
  • Led the 2015 NCAA III tournament in save percentage (.940), making 14 saves while allowing one goal
  • Started two years (2015 and 2016) for Middlebury, winning 34 games with a career goals-against average of 1.09, picking up eight shutouts
  • Graduated cum laude for Middlebury in May 2017 with a dual major in molecular biology and biochemistyr and a minor in mathematics

High School/Club Hockey

  • Two-time NCFHA First Team All-State (2011-12)
  • Two-time First Team All-Central West Conference (2011-12)
  • Compiled over 700 saves from 2010-12 with 302 coming in her senior season (2012)
  • Played her club hockey with the Charlotte Ambush


  • Daughter of Michael and Sharon Miller
  • Did physics research in Durst Biomedical Optics Lab at Middlebury College during summer of 2016 and 2016-17 academic year
  • Spent spring of 2016 studying abroad at University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Is working with Dr. Silivia Blemker's Multiscale Muscle Mechanophysiology (M3) lab here at UVA

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