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Rayshawn Miller

  • Player
  • Seasons: 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18
  • Number: 42 (wore 35 in 2015-16, 11 in 2016-17)
  • Position: G
  • Height: 6' 1“
  • Weight: 200
  • Hometown: Boston, MA
  • High School: Boston Latin Academy
  • Prep School: none
  • Transfer From: none
  • Birthday: September 18, 19961)

At UMass

2017-18 Junior year

2016-17 Sophomore year

  • Appeared in three games as a reserve guard
  • Earned minutes against UMass Lowell (11/11), Pacific (12/8) and at Duquesne (2/15)
  • Averaged 4.0 minutes per appearance
  • Was 1-of-3 from the floor, a 3-pointer, in the win over Pacific (12/8)
  • Grabbed two rebounds and dished out an assist at Duquesne (2/15)

2015-16 Freshman year

  • Joined the team as a walk-on prior to the Saint Louis game on January 232)3)
  • Appeared in seven games as a reserve guard
  • Earned 11 minutes on the floor and hit one of his three field goal attempts
  • Also grabbed one rebound on the year
  • Made his first appearance as a Minuteman at Saint Joseph's (1/27), when he scored his first collegiate points on a halftime buzzer-beating layup and finished with two minutes played
  • Also made two-minute appearances at Duquesne (2/14) and against Saint Joseph's (2/24)
  • Collected his lone rebound in two minutes at Rhode Island (3/3)


Through completion of the 2016-17 season.

Total 3-Pointers Rebounds

Career highs from


High School

  • A four-year letterwinner and starter for Boston Latin Academy and head coach Daniel Bunker
  • Two-time City League All-Star
  • Scored 1,000 points during his Boston Latin Academy career
  • Boston Herald All-Scholastic selection
  • Also played for the Boston Latin Academy football team as a junior after he was a member of the track team during his sophomore year


  • Full name is Rayshawn Leroy Miller
  • Son of Jacqueline Senior
  • Brother to Stephan Miller
  • Half-brother, Renaldo Miller, attended the University of Massachusetts
  • Currently part of the University of Massachusetts Engineering Exploratory Track, a by-invitation initiative that allows undeclared students to explore their interests in engineering areas such as chemical, civil and environmental, electrical, computer systems, industrial and mechanical engineering
miller_rayshawn.txt · Last modified: 2017/10/29 15:25 by mikeuma