THIRD STAR, Antoinette Miller, Basketball

THIRD STAR, Antoinette Miller, Basketball

Women’s third star – Antoinette Miller

Winnipeg Wesmen basketball

Guard

5th-year

Phoenix, Ariz.

Kinesiology & Applied Health/Education

Game log: Friday, Nov. 3 – 28 points, nine rebounds and four steals in 71-64 L vs. Alberta / Saturday, Nov. 4 – 43 points, six rebounds and three assists in 78-77 L vs. Alberta.

After two tough losses against the No. 3 ranked Alberta Pandas over the weekend, Antoinette Miller continues to be the driving force behind the Wesmen women's basketball team. The Wesmen relied heavily on Miller who played 77 minutes and now leads all CW women's basketball players in minutes played this season, averaging 35.3 per game. 

Miller continues to lead all Canada West players in scoring. This past weekend she averaged 36 points per game.  On Saturday night, Miller scored 43 points in a heartbreaking one-point loss to the Pandas (78-77). After two weekends of Canada West competition, Miller is leading the conference in points per game (32)

A defensive demon, Miller had eight steals this weekend and stands fourth in the league with 11 steals. With 15 rebounds this weekend, the five-foot-seven guard is also second in the conference with 42 rebounds. 

This weekend the Wesmen travel to Calgary to face the Dinos.

October 31, 2017

Winnipeg Wesmen basketball

Guard

5th-year

Phoenix, Ariz.

Kinesiology & Applied Health/Education 

Game log: Friday, Oct. 27 – 21 points, 13 rebounds, four assists and a steal in a 77-51 W @ Mount Royal. Saturday, Oct. 28 – 36 points, 14 rebounds, three assists, and two steals in 76-57 W @ Mount Royal. 

Following an outstanding opening weekend of the 2017–2018 CW basketball season, Antoinette Miller leads the conference in points per game (28.5) and rebounds per game (13.5).  Miller is also tied for 5th in assists with 3.5 per game. 

The Wesmen picked up two victories over the Mount Royal Cougars over the weekend, and with a short bench, Miller carried Winnipeg on her back. Averaging 32.5 minutes per game, Miller was the team’s workhorse, scoring a double-double both games.

On the second night, the Cougars double teamed the reigning CW Outstanding Player in the fourth quarter, opening the floor for Miller’s teammates, who scored 19 points to Mount Royal’s eight points in the quarter. 

Winnipeg is at home this weekend, as the Alberta Pandas travel to the Manitoba capital for games Friday and Saturday.