Mike Miller Inducted Into Hanover’s Athletic Hall of Fame

Mike Miller, a partner of the firm and a 1969 graduate of Hanover College, will be inducted into Hanover’s Athletic Hall of Fame on October 22, 2011 as part of the Hall of Fame Weekend honoring former athletic standouts.

Hanover College’s Athletic Hall of Fame will add four new members during a ceremony Saturday, Oct. 22, as part of the Hall of Fame Weekend. Former athletic standouts Kevin O’Donohue, Jennifer Skaggs and Mike Miller, along with longtime recruiter Nick Rutsis, will be honored in a ceremony which begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Horner Health & Recreation Center.

Mike Miller, a 1969 graduate, was a four-year member of the Panthers’ basketball program. He scored 1,601 points and grabbed 955 career rebounds. At the time of his graduation, he ranked third in career scoring and second in rebounding.

Started in 1995, the Hanover College Athletic Hall of Fame exists to recognize individuals who have served Hanover athletics with distinction, either by virtue of their performance as a coach, a team member, or by meritorious efforts on behalf of athletics, either as an undergraduate or in years after leaving the institution.