Injury Forces Alex Miller To End Playing Career
Posted Jan 30, 2009
North Carolina senior guard Alex Miller, after collaborating with her family and the Tar Heel sports medicine staff, has decided to end her playing career effective immediately. Miller, who suffered a torn patellar tendon in a game against Coppin State on Nov. 16, 2007, underwent an extensive rehabilitation process and returned to play in 18 games in 2008-09. "I had to think about my life after basketball," Miller said.
(Tar Heel Blue)
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