Branden Miller
Branden  Miller


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Indian Hill

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 195



3L (NS)

2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats

2007-08 Game-by-Game Stats
2006-07 Game-by-Game Stats

2007-08 Season: Played in six games as a reserve guard ... recorded a steal and played a season-high seven minutes in UC's 74-59 win over Coastal Carolina (11/16) ... had a rebound at Georgetown (2/23) and vs. Pittsburgh (3/12) in the BIG EAST Conference Tournament.

2006-07 Season: Scored five points in 10 minutes vs. West Virginia in the season finale (3/3) ... played a career-high 15 minutes vs. Memphis (1/4/07) ... recorded a career-high two steals and equaled his career high with two rebounds vs. Ohio (12/30/06) ... sank a pair of 3-pointers vs. No. 4 Ohio State (12/16/06) to set a new career scoring high ... played nine minutes in the season opener vs. Howard (11/10/06).

2005-06 Season: Made the team as a walk-on ... saw action in 12 games ... played a then career-high six minutes vs. South Carolina in the NIT (3/23/06), setting a personal best with two rebounds ... played four minutes vs. Pittsburgh (2/12/06), recording a blocked shot ... sank a 3-pointer vs. Georgetown (1/28/06) ... scored his first college points with a basket vs. Tennessee Tech (12/17/05) ... scored a point and grabbed a rebound in win over North Carolina A&T (12/30/05) ... made his UC debut vs. Illinois State (11/22/05).

Prior to Cincinnati: Earned conference Player of the Year honors as a senior at Indian Hill High ... coached by Jim Prugh ... received first-team all-district and special mention all-state recognition ... two-year regular who helped his school to a 20-2 record and a league championship as a senior ... was a third-team all-state selection in soccer as a senior, also earning first-team all-conference and all-district honors.

Personal: Full name is Branden Trent Miller ... born Sept. 30, 1986 in Cincinnati, Ohio ... son of Trent and April Miller ... has one older brother and one younger sister ... visited and was recruited by several small colleges but elected to enroll at Cincinnati because he wanted to try to play at a big school ... majoring in marketing.