2012: First Team All-Big Ten goalkeeper ... Second-Team All-Great Lakes Region ... Started all 23 games (13-6-4 in net) and played every minute of the season in net (2,185) ... 0.82 goals-against average and .730 save percentage ... 0.82 goals-against average ranks third in NU single-season history ... 10 shutouts on the season rank second in NU single-season history ... 19 career shutouts rank second in NU history (29 is all-time record) ... Helped NU capture its second Big Ten regular-season title in as many years ... Posted first shutout of season, 10th of his career, at South Carolina in 0-0 tie (9/2) ... Added two more shutouts at Lakeside Classic ... Fourth shutout of the season, and 13th of his career, came in 2-0 win vs. Michigan (9/23) ... Three-straight shutouts from 9/14-9/23 ... Battled through 15 second-half shots and 21 total, allowing just one late goal in NU's 2-1 upset of No. 7 Notre Dame (10/9) ... 14th shutout came vs. Ohio State (10/14) ... Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 15) following NU's wins vs. the Irish and Buckeyes ... Didn't have to make a save and only faced two shots in his 15th career shutout, sixth of the season, in NU's 2-0 win over Loyola (10/17) ... 16th career shutout, seventh of the season in 0-0 double-overtime draw at Wisconsin (10/28) ... Moved into sole possession of second all-time with his 17th shutout, coming in the form of a 2-0 victory over OSU in the opening round of the 2012 Big Ten Tournament at Lakeside Field (11/7) ... Also was eighth shutout of the season, which ranks third in single-season history ... Tabbed ninth and 10th shutouts of the season in the 2012 NCAA Tourament against Western Illinois (1-0) and at No. 7 seed Marquette (1-0) ... One of two NU players to post double-digit shutouts in a season, along with Misha Rosenthal who holds school record of 13 ... 2012 Lakeside Classic All-Tournament Team as NU won its own tournament ... CollegeSportsMadness.com National Player of the Week (9/17) ... Named to 2012 Big Ten Players to Watch list ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2011: Appeared in 19 games, starting all 19 (10-4-5 in net) ... Finished the season with a goals-against average of 0.86 and save percentage of .746 ... Goals-against average ranks third on NU's single-season list ... Recorded nine shutouts placing him second in school history for single-season shutouts and tied for fourth for career shutouts ... Key defensive component of NU's first Big Ten regular-season and tournament titles in school history ... Had a career-high seven saves vs. Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament (11/11) ... Saved five shots vs. Missouri State (10/1) and five shots at in NU's 1-0 shutout of Penn State (10/16), which was the team's first win in University Park, Pa. ... Named to Big Ten All-Tournament Team and was defensive player of the tournament as he played a key role in net for NU as he saved a career-high seven shots vs. Indiana in the tournament semifinals and saved two shots in the Big Ten Tournament final to give NU the title ... Named First-Team All Big Ten and was a unanimous choice for the all-freshman Team ... Named to the College Soccer News second team all-freshman list ... Second-team member of the All-Great Lakes Region team ... Invited to U.S. Under-20 Men's National Team Camp in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ... Twice named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week ... Logged 1,788 minutes in net for NU.
High School: Four-year letterwinner ... Team captain his junior and senior year ... Two-time All-State and All-Parochial ... Four-time All-Conference ... Holds school record for most appearances ... Also lettered in basketball and baseball. Club/National: Played for Pittsgrove SC ... Team captain for two years ... New Jersey State Cup Champions in 2008 ... Four-time ODP Regional team member ... One of three goalkeepers invited to U-18 National Team Camp in 2010.
Personal: Born Tyler Austin Miller ... Son of Brian and Cindy Miller ... Older brother, Kyle, was a four-year starter and Patriot League Rookie of the Year for the Holy Cross soccer team ... Older brother, Jason, played baseball at Haverford College ... Chose Northwestern over Villanova and West Virginia ... Attended Northwestern's One Day Prep Camp ... Majoring in communication studies.