North Allegheny senior setter/outside hitter Abby Miller has been selected as the Big 56 Conference Player of the Month by PlayerPager for the month of December. Miller was recently named all-state for a third straight year and helped North Allegheny capture a third consecutive PIAA Class 4A championship. Below is Player Pager’s interview with Abby Miller.
North Allegheny freshman Mia Tuman has been invited by USA Volleyball as one of only 36 girls from across the country to train at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs over the holiday break Dec 26-30.
The High Performance Girls Holiday Training program was open to selected athletes born in 2004 or 2005. Most recently, the athletes participated in the USA Girls Select program this past summer and are rising into the Girls Youth level.
Athletes were identified as top performers and high potential athletes based on positional evaluations in 2019. This training program is an opportunity for athletes to train with our Girls’ Youth National Team staff prior to the 2020 season as USA Volleyball High Performance prepares for the selection of the team that will participate at the 2020 NORCECA Girls’ U18 Continental Championships.
For more information on the program and an entire listing of the 36 players selected to the program, click here.
Three members of the PIAA Class AAAA champion girls’ volleyball team have earned all-state laurels. Senior setter and outside hitter Abby Miller, junior outside hitter Paige Miller and junior setter and outside hitter Paige Morningstar have all been named to the Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association All-State Team. It’s the third straight year Abby Miller has earned all-state accolades and the second consecutive season Paige Miller and Morningstar have appeared on the all-state list.
All three players played pivotal roles for a North Allegheny team that won a third consecutive PIAA Class AAAA crown, finishing with a record of 23-1 overall.
For the entire list of all-state players, click here.
North Allegheny senior middle hitter Maddi Curran has signed her letter of intent to continue her athletic and academic career at Saint Francis University (PA.)
A consistent force at the net, Curran has helped North Allegheny to two straight PIAA Class AAAA championships and is hoping to win a third consecutive title on Saturday. Curran was recently named second-team All-WPIAL and first-team all-section by the Big 56 Conference.
Curran plans to pursue a degree as a Physician Assistant. She is pictured above with her parents David and Kristi, and sister Caroline.
North Allegheny senior Abby Miller has signed her letter of intent to continue her athletic and academic career at Cleveland State University.
Since her freshman year, Miller has been a significant member of a North Allegheny girls’ volleyball team that has won two straight PIAA Class AAAA championships and is vying for a third. Miller was recently named All-WPIAL and first-team all-section by the Big 56 Conference. Last season, Miller was recognized as the Gatorade Pennsylvania Girls Volleyball Player of the Year as well as the WPIAL and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Player of the Year.
Miller plans to major in Music Therapy at Cleveland State. She is pictured above with her parents Heidi and Dr. Brian Miller, and sister Paige.
The Class 4A All-WPIAL teams have been released and six North Allegheny girls’ volleyball players made the list.
Earning first-team All-WPIAL honors were senior Abby Miller and junior Paige Morningstar. Second-team laurels went to seniors Madison Curran and Malia Duffy, and junior Paige Miller. Senior Hannah Phillips received honorable mention recognition.
For a complete list of the All-WPIAL team, click here.
The two-time reigning PIAA champions take on State College on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. from Forest Hills High School. The contest will be broadcast live by the North Allegheny Sports Network.
The two-time reigning WPIAL and PIAA champion North Allegheny girls’ volleyball team had six players named to the Big 56 Conference all-section team, including five first-team honorees.
Picking up first-team All-Section 1-AAAA laurels were seniors Abby Miller, Malia Duffy, Hannah Phillips and Madison Curran, as well as junior Paige Morningstar. Junior Paige Miller earned honorable mention recognition.
For a look at the entire all-section team list, click here.
The North Allegheny girls’ volleyball team returns to action on Monday night with a home match against Seneca Valley in the Class AAAA WPIAL quarterfinals.
The North Allegheny girls’ volleyball team, the No. 1 ranked team in Class AAAA, received a first-round bye in the upcoming WPIAL playoffs. The Tigers will host a quarterfinal round match on Monday, Oct. 28 against the winner of Seneca Valley and Norwin. The Raiders and Knights will meet on Wednesday night in the WPIAL first round. For a look at the entire Class AAAA bracket, click here.
The Tigers enter the postseason riding the wave of a 63-match winning streak. NA has won the last two WPIAL and PIAA crowns in the largest classification.
The North Allegheny Sports Network will have coverage of the NA volleyball team throughout the playoffs.
North Allegheny girls’ volleyball players Abby and Paige Miller have announced their verbal commitments to Division I colleges. Abby Miller, who will be a senior this fall, will attend Cleveland State University. Paige Miller, who will be a junior this upcoming season, will continue her volleyball career at The College of William & Mary.
The dynamic sister duo was instrumental in helping North Allegheny capture a second straight WPIAL and PIAA Class 4A title in 2018. Last season, Abby Miller was recognized as the Gatorade Pennsylvania Girls Volleyball Player of the Year as well as the WPIAL and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Player of the Year.
Abby Miller plans to major in Music Therapy at Cleveland State. Paige Miller is undecided on her major at this time.