Quay Miller reveals why she’s riding with Colorado for final college season
The Colorado women’s basketball team had a terrific season in 2022-2023. With the offseason here, Quay Miller decided that she’ll be returning to the Buffs for one more season to finish out her collegiate career.
The Buffs made their first Sweet 16 in two decades and Miller was named first-team All-Pac-12, and she admitted why she decided to return to the Buffs (h/t Brian Howell of BuffZone):
“I think what really ignited me to stay was just seeing how far we went and seeing the progress we made from last year with losing major keys,” Miller told BuffZone. “I guess it’s my belief in this team to go even further next season. I think that’s what just really influenced my decision to come back.”
Miller finished with career-highs in points (13.1) and rebounds (8.9) and hopes her final season in college will be her best.
Both of Colorado’s basketball teams look to be dangerous next year after the men’s team landed Cody Williams in a massive recruiting addition. Add in the fact that Deion Sanders has quickly changed the football program, and CU athletics is back in business.
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