33 Britany Miller
2007-08 Record Watch:
Needs 259 points to become the 21st member of the Florida State 1000-point club.
Starts her third season with the Seminoles ranked sixth in school history with a .517 field goal percentage.
Third on the FSU career blocked shot list with 94 rejections. Needs 17 to move into second.
2006-07 (Sophomore Year):
Averaged 12.6 points, second on the team and 20th in the league.
Team leader at 6.1 rebounds per game to rate 18th in the ACC.
Second on the team, sixth in the league, with 55 blocks for a 1.62 block per game average.
Season block total is the fourthhighest single season mark in school history.
Also broke into the FSU singleseason top 10 with 184 field goals made.
Eighth in the conference with a .513 field goal percentage.
Named Lady Pirate Invitational Most Valuable Player.
Numbers improved during ACC games to 13.4 ppg. (14th), 6.7 rpg (15th) and a .516 field goal percentage (sixth).
Led the team in scoring eight times, including a career performance of 29 points and a season-best 13 rebounds in the regular-season win at Wake Forest
Recorded two double-doubles (Wake Forest & Miami) to up her career total to four.
Scored in double figures in 21 games overall including seven of the last nine games.
Scored 20+ points in six games and has seven for her career.
Recorded her first double-double of the season with a team-high 20 points and 10 rebounds in the win at Miami (2/1/07).
First 10-rebound game of the season came in the win over Florida (11/24).
Had a career-high five blocks in the Stetson (12/6) game and tied her season-high with 34 minutes
2005-06 (Freshman Year):
Named to the ACC All-Freshman Team.
Earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors three times.
Named the Most Valuable Player of the Seminole Classic, the first FSU freshman to earn the
Led the team with a .523 field goal percentage that rated 11th in the ACC.
Fourth on the team in scoring at 10.5 points per game and averaged 5.1 rebounds per game, third on the team.
Scored in double figures 19 times and led the team in scoring six times including three ACC games.
Had a team-high 39 blocks for the year for an average of 1.30 that was ninth in the conference.
Among the ACC freshmen, she was fourth in scoring, third in field goal percentage, fifth for rebounds and third in blocked shots.
Only Seminole to start all 30 games.
Had a season-high 23 points and seven rebounds in a season-high 34 minutes of play against NC State in the ACC Tournament (3/3).
Scored in double figures in 10 of the last 15 games, including 10 points vs. No. 17 Boston College
Had a team-high 22 points in the win over Wake Forest (2/23).
Only Seminole in double fi gures at No. 6 Maryland (1/16) with 16 points on a season-high eight made field goals.
Recorded her second career double-double with 12 points and a game-high 12 rebounds in the win over FAU (12/17).
Led the team with a career-high 14 rebounds versus Western Carolina (11/26) to record FSU's first double-double of the year.
2004 and 2005 adidas Top Ten Camp Upperclass All-Star and Underclass All-Star in 2003.
Three-time Street & Smith honorable mention All-American.
Earned 4A all-state first team in 2005.
Pegged 5A all-state honorable mention in 2004.
Averaged 19 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks per game as a senior at Haralson County.
At the time of her signing, was listed the No. 2 ranked available center in the country and the No. 56th player overall in the 2005 All Star Girls Report.
Born August 10, 1987...Majoring in art.
Points 29 at Wake Forest (2/25/07)
Rebounds 14 vs. W. Carolina (11/26/05)
Blocks 5 vs. Stetson (12/6/06)
Assists 1 (several times)
Steals 4 vs. Western Carolina
Turnovers 4 (twice)
FGM 13 at Wake Forest (2/25/07)
FGA 19 vs. UAB (11/12/06)
FTM 9 vs. Stetson (12/6/06)
FTA 11 vs. Stetson (12/6/06)
Minutes 35 vs. Duke (1/25/07)
YEAR G-GS MPG FGM-FGA PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT REB-AVG AS ST BK TO PF-DQ PTS-AVG
2005-06 30-30 20.9 148-283 .523 0-0 .000 18-51 .353 153-5.1 9 22 39 41 94-3 314-10.5
2006-07 34-32 24.3 184-359 .513 0-0 .000 59-103 .573 207-6.1 6 28 55 42 94-4 427-12.6
TOTALS 64-62 332-642 .517 0-0 .000 77-154 .500 360-5.6 15 50 94 83 188-7 741-11.6