Braxtin Miller


Player profile

  • Height 5-11
  • Year Senior
  • Hometown Dayton, Ohio
  • Last School Oklahoma State
  • High School Archbishop Alter

2020-21 (Senior)

  • Played and started 19 of the 20 games
  • Was the team’s leader on the court
  • Averaged 11.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.11 assists per game
  • Led the team in minutes per game at 34.4
  • Was second on the team with 25 three-pointers, 59 assists and 31 steals
  • Had a pair of 20-point games and scored in double figures 10 times
  • Scored 16 points in the season-opening win vs. Duquesne (11/29)
  • Had 10 points, six rebounds and a career-high three blocks vs. Penn State (1/4)
  • Scored 18 points and had three assists in the comeback OT win at Iowa (1/13)
  • Played a great game in the win over No. 11 Michigan (1/21), finishing with 10 points and team-highs of eight rebounds and five assists
  • Made back-to-back threes in the 4th quarter to give OSU the lead for good against No. 7 Maryland (1/25)
  • Led the team in a big way at Indiana (1/28), scoring a season-high 25 points to go along with five rebounds and five steals … She is the first player in program history with 25 points and five steals vs. a ranked opponent
  • Had the best shooting night of her career in terms of percentage, making 6-of-8 shots in a 15-point effort vs. Purdue (2/18)
  • Scored 23 points, grabbed five rebounds, had six assists and two steals vs. No. 11 Indiana (2/27)
  • Had 19 points, eight rebounds and four assists in the season-finale at Rutgers (3/5)

2019-20 (Junior)

  • Was the team’s steady veteran presence throughout the season
  • Played in all 33 games and made 32 starts
  • The lone game she didn’t start was due to a shoulder injury in warmups and she still played 30 minutes in the game off the bench
  • Averaged 8.2 points and 3.3 rebounds per game
  • Led the Big Ten and was 16th nationally in assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.5
  • Had a team-high 114 assists and just 46 turnovers
  • Was seventh in the league with a team-high 59 steals
  • Led the team in minutes played at 31.5 per game
  • She had 17 steals in the four Big Ten Tournament games which was a record for most steals in a single tournament
  • Had 10 or more points in a game 13 times
  • Had a tremendous line at Sacramento State on Dec. 17 with 13 points, seven rebounds, a season-high seven assists and a then career-high seven steals
  • Scored all 17 of her points at Nebraska (Feb. 2) in the second half and overtime of the Buckeyes’ 15-point comeback win. That victory was the first of six consecutive wins which jumpstarted the team’s end of the season run
  • Scored 13 points and had a career-high eight steals in the Big Ten Tournament win over Minnesota. The eight steals were the second most in a B1G Tournament game

Prior to Ohio State

  • Played two seasons at Oklahoma State before transferring
  • Played in 62 games, making 59 starts and averaged 13.1 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game
  • Her 105 three-pointers made put her ninth in Oklahoma State history in just two seasons
  • Two-time honorable mention All-Big 12
  • Was a unanimous Big 12 All-Freshman Team selection in 2017-18
  • Named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team in 2018-19
  • Averaged 14.7 points per game as a sophomore which was 10th in the Big 12
  • Also was in the top-15 in the conference in assists (3.5), free throw percentage (.754), steals (1.4), three-pointers made (50), three-point percentage (.327) and assist-to-turnover ratio (+1.7).
  • Was third on the squad in scoring at 11.7 points per as a freshman and her 69 assists and 36 steals were both second-best on the team
  • Earned Big 12 Freshman of the Week honors twice and was the National Freshman of the Week on Dec. 11, 2017
  • Had one Big 12 Player of the Week honor on Dec. 3, 2018

High School

  • Led Alter to three consecutive state titles after finishing runner-up during her freshman season
  • Averaged 16.1 points per game as a senior and earned All-Ohio honors and was named the Southwest District Player of the Year
  • Received honorable mention All-State honors as a junior after averaging 16.8 points per game
  • Two-time Greater Catholic League Player of the Year