“It’s another well-deserved honor for Mallory,”
Miller, who was named the Pac-10’s Most Outstanding Player and an adidas second-team All-American in her final season with the Wildcats, helped lead
UA’s most prolific player to date, Miller owns 12 single season and career school records on offense, including the most career goals (32) and assists (19). She finished the 2005 season as the Pac-10’s leading scorer with 43 points, tallying 19 goals and five assists in 22 games played.
“It’s a great honor to be invited and I was excited when I found out,” said Miller. “It’s an opportunity that not a lot of people get to have. I’m just going to go out there and do the best that I can. I want to make the most of this chance and have fun while doing so.”
US Soccer Under 21 National Team Training
GOALKEEPERS (4): Shannon Aitken (Tampa), Anna Picarelli (Pepperdine), Nikki Resnick (Maryland), Kati Jo Spisak (Texas A & M); DEFENDERS (8):MIDFIELDERS (9): Jen Buczkowski (Notre Dame), Sheree Gray (Penn State), Sarah Huffman (Virginia), Noelle Keselica (Virginia), Caitlin Kennedy (Texas), Manya Makoski (Arizona State), Jenny Maurer (