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Kristi Miller Tabbed First-Team Academic All-American by ESPN The Magazine

June 22, 2007

ATLANTA – Honors continue to roll in for five-time All-American Kristi Miller, who has been named a first-team Academic All-American by ESPN the Magazine for the second-consecutive season.

Miller, a junior majoring in history, technology and society, owns a perfect 4.0 grade point average while excelling on the tennis court. She helped guide the Yellow Jackets to the National Title in Athens just a month ago.

In her three years on the Flats, Miller has twice been named a first-team Academic All-American, has earned All-America honors in singles three times and in doubles twice, has been named the Honda Award Winner for Tennis (2006), is a three-time all-ACC honoree, was the 2006 ACC Tournament MVP and the 2005 ACC Rookie of the Year, has participated in all three NCAA Singles and NCAA Doubles Championships, and was the 2006 ITA National Player to Watch.

The Marysville, Mich. native is the Yellow Jackets’ all-time leader in career singles wins.

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