Wednesday, March 25, 2009

You should have seen him then.

Xavier players have been reminded plenty of times this week about the collegiate career of their head coach, Sean Miller. Miller has an outstanding career playing for Thursday night's opponent, the Pitt Panthers. He left the school as the Panther's all-time assists leader and scored over 12-hundred points. It's something he doesn't take about a lot with his players, unless he needs to prove a point to the players running the point. C.J. Anderson talked about that earlier in the week.

Here's a link about Sean in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

Sean Miller (1987-92) 6-1, Guard, Beaver Falls, PA
  • Named the 1987-88 Big East Freshman of the Year
  • Named Big East Rookie of the Week four times in 1987-88
  • Ranks tied for 16th on Pitt's all-time career scoring list (1,282 points)
  • Selected to the Big East All-Rookie Team in 1987-88
  • Ranks 10th all-time among NCAA Division I career free throw percentage leaders (.885)
  • Led the Big East two times in season free throw percentage (1990-91 and 1991-92)
  • Earned a Gold Medal on the United States' 1991 World University Games team in 1991
  • Currently serves as head basketball coach at Xavier University
    Courtesy:University of Pittsburgh/

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