Education alumna Brianna Miller (BEd, 2014) selected by Canadian rugby team


Brianna Miller (B.Ed., Physical Education, 2014) has been selected to join the Canadian national women's rugby team for a tour against England, the Montreal Gazette reported. She was interviewed by John Meaghar.

Miller was a four-time RSEQ conference all-star and two-time all-Canadian during a five-year university rugby career with the McGill Martlets (2011-2014) and Ottawa Gee-Gees (2015). The physical education graduate served as team captain and won three straight RSEQ scoring titles with McGill, becoming the team's all-time leading scorer with 370 points in 26 career regular season contests, an average of 14.2 points per outing. A former RSEQ rookie of the year and two-time league MVP, she was named CIS rugby player of the year in 2013. 

[read "Pointe-Claire's Miller joins Canadian rugby team for England tour," Montreal Gazette, November 15, 2017]