Kelly Signs Morgan Miller To National Letter Of Intent
BOULDER — The University of Colorado women's golf coach Anne Kelly has announced the signing of Morgan Miller (Cedar Park, Texas) to a National Letter of Intent.
"We are thrilled to have Morgan join our team," Kelly said. "She is a strong competitor, has determination to work and improve and is capable of shooting low scores. She has a love for CU and will add more enthusiasm and depth to our program."
'I am so excited to be a part of the Buff family," Miller said. "The coaches and players are amazing and it is a great atmosphere. I am truly blessed to be a part of this team."
A member of the Cedar Park High School golf team, Miller has recorded six tournament wins in the last four years and has seen her stroke average improve each season. As a freshman, her average was a 74. There was no season her sophomore year (Covid) but as a junior, her average had improved to a 73. Now as a senior, Miller's average is 70.5.
The awards also followed Miller. She was selected to the all-district team as a freshman after winning the district championship. As a junior, she won the regional championship and finished in the top 11 at the state championship to earn all-district, all-region and all-state second team honors. She has also done well in school and was named to the academic all-district team as a junior and is a member of the National Honor Society.
While playing for CPHS, she has shot seven of the lowest rounds in school history. This year she recorded the lowest round, a 9-under (62) at Plum Creek CG during the first high school tournament of the season. During the 2021, season she has also recorded a 69 at Star Ranch, a 70 at White Wing and a 74 at Hyatt Hill Country. She recorded a 74 in 2020 at Wolf Dancer and in 2019, Miller recorded a 71 at La Toretta and a 70 at Delaware Springs.
Miller won back-to-back Colorado Junior Match Play Championships in 2020 and '21. She won the 2020 championships in Colorado Springs over Kaylee Chen, 1 up, and in 2021, she defeated Grace Young, 3 and 2, in Denver to win the title. Miller also tied for eighth at the Colorado Golf Association Women's Stroke Play Championship, carding a 222 (73-73-76).
Her best career round is a 62 at Plum Creek Golf Course, a par 71 course, in Kyle, Texas, during a high school golf tournament. Her home course is Twin Creeks Country Club where her best round is a 72.
Miller chose Colorado because she loved the state and fell in love with campus while attending golf camp. After meeting the team and coaches, she knew it was the right place for her.