LMU men's basketball begins a stretch of four out of the next five on the road, starting with the program's second trip to Missouri.
Adoyah Miller begins his third and final season with the Lions.
2005-06 Season Notes at LMU:
Miller's second season was like his first at LMU, cut short due to injury. In 2005-06 season was cut short due to a reoccurring shoulder injury. He has played in just 10 games in two seasons at LMU. He earned a medical redshirt a year ago, averaging 6.7 points and 2.0 rebounds in just six games in 2005. He made his return in 2005-06 with 25 minutes against BYU (11-18-05), scoring five points. He set career marks with four assists and three steals against Montana (11-21-05). He did not play against South Alabama due to sore shoulder. Played first game in more than two months against San Diego (2-6-06).
2004-05 season Notes at LMU:
He played in just six games with a back injury. He averaged 6.7 points and 2.0 rebounds in just six games, going 11-for-14 from the charity stripe. In his first game as a Lion, he scored 14 points with three rebounds, an assist and a block in win over Monmouth (11-20-04). He came back and scored five points in 17 minutes all coming from the free throw line at Northern Colorado (11-24-04). He earned his third start and played 19 minutes at UC Riverside (11-27-04), scoring five points with two assists and a rebound. In the win over Denver (12-1-04) he had five points, two assists, a block and a steal in 18 minutes. In the win over Long Beach State (12-4-04) he played 24 minutes with eight points and three rebounds. During the Lions' trip to Mobile, Ala, he played 19 minutes in the start at South Alabama (12-7-04). He finished with three points, an assist and a steal. He left the game after a hard fall to the floor. He would not return to action for the rest of the season.
2003-04 Season Notes at Miami-Dade College:
Miller joined the Lions from Miami Dade College, a member of the Florida Community College Activities Association (FCCAA). Originally from Italy, he played one season for Miami Dade, leading the team to a 17-13 overall record. In that season, Miller was named first-team All-Southern Conference while ranking 30th in the FCCAA in scoring with 13.4 points per game. He played in 26 games, shooting 45 percent from the field, including 31.2 percent from the three-point line. He also finished 76 percent from the free throw line, ranking 29th in the FCCAA. He added 94 rebounds (3.6 per game), 71 assists (2.7) and 47 steals (1.8), which ranked 19th in the FCCAA.
2002-03 Season Notes at Boston College:
Miller played one season at Boston College as a freshman in 2002-03. He played in 11 games for BC, seven games during Big East play.
In high school, he played three years (1999-2002) at Brookline High School and spent his freshman year at Northfield-Mount Hermon... led Brookline to the 2001-02 Eastern Mass. Division I title as the Warriors finished with a 23-3 record... he played the 2001-02 season for head coach Mark Fiedor while playing his previous two years at Brookline for Lance Tucker... played in state's All-Star game... he also competed in track (high jump) at Northfield-Mount Hermon.
Adoyah Sidney Miller ("Doh") was born in New York, NY on Jan. 22, 1983... grew up in Verona, Italy... moved to the United States in 1998 and began high school in Boston... was nominated to the Italian National Under-18 team... a Sociology major.
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