Nearly 70 UNLV student-athletes eligible for Spring Commencement.
Miller also selected to the all-defensive team.
Senior guard led Lady Rebels to a 2-0 record last week.
Senior teammates combine for 39 points, UNLV outrebounds Air Force 62-39 in the contest.
Danielle Miller scored 22, including the game-tying three-pointer at the second half buzzer.
An athletic guard that possess a lot of quickness on the court ... Has a good range on her shot, can knock it in from three-point range ... Will attack the basket on offense, has a scorer's mentality ... Has improved into one of the top defenders in the Mountain West, especially with her on-the-ball defense ... Feisty player, never backs down on the court.
(2014-15 - Senior): Turned in one of the best offensive seasons ever by a Lady Rebel, as she finished the season averaging 18.3 points per game, which not only ranked her 51st in the nation but also gave her the Mountain West scoring title ... She became the eighth Lady Rebel in 16 years to lead the MW in scoring ... Earned her first-ever conference honor as she was a First Team All-Mountain West selection, as in addition to her scoring she also tied for second in the league in steals per game with 2.2 and was fifth in free throw percentage at a career-best 73.5% mark ... Named to the Mountain West All-Defense Team ... Received a league-best three MW Player of the Week honors during the season ... Posted a MW-high 13 games of 20 or more points, while finishing with double-figures in 29 of 30 contests ... Twice hit game-tying shots in the final seconds in conference games on the road to force overtime in games won by UNLV (at San Jose State, at Fresno State) ... That included a 24-foot jumper at the buzzer, followed by a pair of free throws to seal the 73-70 win, which snapped FS's 19-game home victory streak ... Her first overtime-forcing shot came in the win at San Jose State, in which she posted a career-high 30 points ... Started the season with five straight 20+ point games ... Finished the season in 13th place all-time at UNLV in career scoring with 1,352 points.
(2013-14 - Junior): Posted double-figures in 22 games during the season, and finished 13th in scoring in the Mountain West with 12.3 points per game ... Also was tied for third with 1.81 steals per contest ... Had a streak of eight straight games of double figures near the mid-part of the season ... Scored 20 or more points three times, including a career-high 24 at Air Force (1/14) ... Hit the first game-winner of her career with her only basket of the game, a three-pointer in the final minute to give UNLV a two-point win over Bakersfield (11/23) ... Added 85 rebounds and 54 assists for the season.
(2012-13 - Sophomore): Became a full-time starter in her second season, with 30 starts in 31 contests ... Ranked 16th in the MW with 10.5 ppg, and also showed up in the league statistics in steals per game, 13th with 1.58 pg ... Posted double-figures in 17 games ... Knocked down a career-high three treys and scored 17 points in UNLV's home win over Nevada, Reno (3/2) ... Set a career-high with 21 points at Air Force (1/12) ... Finished with 117 rebounds, 39 assists and 10 blocks.
(2011-12 - Freshman):Played in 31 of 32 games during the season ... Averaged 2.6 points per game, and her 27 steals were the fifth highest total on the squad ... Posted a career-high nine points twice, at San Diego State (2/11) and in the WNIT first round contest at St. Mary's (3/15) ... Also recorded 29 rebounds and 13 assists during the year.
Four-year starter for Mount Miguel High ... Led the Matadors to four straight conference championships, and two CIF Championship her junior and senior seasons ... Four-time all-league selection, including two first team honors ... Selected to the All-CIF and All-CIF Division 3 first teams her junior season as well ... Player of the Year in San Diego and Zone Player of the Year as a senior ... Team MVP in 2010-11.
Danielle R. Miller ... Born on Dec. 28, 1992, in San Diego, Calif. ... Daughter of Dana and Joel Miller ... Has one sister, Brooklyn (17) ... Choose UNLV over Washington and New Mexico State ... Majoring in criminal justice.
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