Soccer captain and senior Hannah Miller was announced as Hamilton Southeastern High School’s first All-American girls soccer player. After a successful season on the varsity soccer team, Miller won not only NSCAA All-Regional and All-State, but took her team to the state finals and secured All-American.
“I worked really hard this season, as did all of my teammates, because we had a goal to go to the state finals this year,” Miller said.
Miller is one of only 70 All-Americans in the nation, and just one of two from Indiana to win the award this year. Voted on as part of the All-American team by coaches across the state, Miller received the second most votes in the state.
Serving not only as captain, but also as the highest scorer for the team, Miller scored 54 points throughout her career with an average of 1.26 in each game. Because of this, and her five goals out of seven post-season games at HSE, Miller is also being considered for ESPN’s Player of the Year award. She was also a major player in 29 of the Royals’ 96 goals.
In addition to her time as the varsity captain, Miller has played for the Fishers’ soccer club FC Pride. She played for eight years on the club, all on the 94 elite team. Miller served as a captain and led the team to the Indiana State Cup finals.
Miller has signed her letter of intent to attend Eastern Illinois University in the fall where she plans to play soccer.