LINDSAY HALLION MILLER
Lindsay is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant® (CMPC) and the Girls Basketball Coach at The Rivers School in Weston.
Lindsay spent 5 years as an assistant coach at her alma mater - Harvard University. Coaching alongside her mentor and c0aching great Kathy Delaney-Smith, Hallion also served as Harvard's recruiting coordinator. She worked t0 evaluate and recruit top players nationally and internationally. Hallion also focused on player development, academic advising, and mentorship.
As a player, Hallion was a two-time All-Ivy selection and senior captain. She was part of three Ivy League championship teams and played in the NCAA tournament. Hallion was named the team's most valuable player as a junior and a senior and won the Harvard Pride Award as a freshman and a senior. She was a member of ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team. Lindsay was selected by The Harvard Crimson as one of Harvard's 15 Most Interesting Seniors and was a nominee for The Harvard Women's Leadership Award. Hallion graduated in 2008 with a degree in Psychology. After graduation, she played overseas in Europe.
A native of Westwood, Mass., Hallion played on 2 state championship teams at Westwood High School and was part of a 71-game winning streak. She is a 3-Time Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic. Hallion remains Westwood High School's all-time leading scorer, male or female.
Lindsay has her M.Ed. from Boston University's Clinical Counseling and Sports Psychology program. She works as a counselor and Mental Performance Consultant. Lindsay is married to Doug Miller, former Winchester and Harvard Basketball standout. They reside in Needham, Mass.
As a four-year starter at Harvard, Katie was a force in the paint. She won two Ivy League Championships and played in the NCAA tournament. Katie was consistently among the team leaders in scoring and rebounding, leading the team in scoring in both her freshman and junior years. Katie was a member of the All-Ivy team and the All-Rookie team during her career. Rollins graduated in 2009 with a degree in Psychology and went on to play professionally in Germany.
A native of Augusta, Maine, Katie remains the all-time leading scorer at Cony High School, male or female, with over 1600 points scored. Rollins was a two-time captain and four-year standout. In 2005 she was named Maine’s Miss Basketball and Maine’s High School Athlete of the Year. She led her team to a state championship her senior year and finished her career at Cony with a 83-4 overall record.
Katie currently work for Coca Cola as a Marketing Asset Manager for Boston area sports teams.
Ali was a three-year starter at point guard for Harvard and played in the WNIT three times. An outstanding floor general, Curtis consistently posted positive assist to turnover ratios, with her senior year averaging 2:1. Ali scored 22 points while playing in front of her home crowd at Notre Dame her senior year. Ali graduated in 2015 with a degree in Psychology.
An Indiana native, Ali was a three-time captain and 1,000 point scorer at Lebanon High School. Her team won the conference championship and she led the team in scoring for three seasons, being named MVP both her junior and senior year. Curtis was a three time Hoosier Basketball Magazine All-State selection.
Ali works for the New England Patriots in the Kraft Analytics Group as a Senior Business Intelligence Analyst.
A versatile combo guard, Kit captained the Harvard team in 2015-2016. She led the team in assists her senior year and was among the team leaders in scoring and rebounding while starting every game. Known for her swag and incredible range for three, she averaged almost three 3 pointers per game as a senior. Metoyer played in the WNIT three times. Kit graduated from Harvard in 2016 with a degree in Government.
A native of Houston, Texas, Kit led Cypress Falls to a 75-4 record in her final two seasons. Kit set the school record for varsity games played. Her team was ranked 13th nationally by USA Today and Metoyer was ranked as the 31st best point guard in the class of 2016 by ESPN.
Kit works for the Office of the Attorney General as a Financial Investigator in the Game Enforcement Division.
One of the most decorated recruits in Harvard history, Shilpa was known for her explosive scoring and outstanding basketball IQ. She was a two-year starter and played in the WNIT 3-times. As a senior, Tummala led the team in rebounding and steals and was second on the team in scoring - averaging almost 2.5 three pointers per game. Shilpa graduated in 2016 with a degree in Neurobiology.
A native of Phoenix, Arizona, Shilpa was a two-time captain and four-year letterwinner at St. Mary’s High School. St. Mary’s was the #1 high school team in the country Tummala’s senior year and won both the high school and AAU national championships. Tummala won two state championships in her high school career. Shilpa was ranked as the 68th best player in her class and the 27th best shooting guard. She competed in the USA Basketball U16 and U18 Trials and ESPN National Three-Point Shootout. Tummala was the 2012 Arizona Gatorade Girl’s Basketball Player of the Year.
Shilpa works at Mass General Hospital in the Cahill Neuro-oncology lab as a research technician.
Doug was a two-year starter at power forward and captained the Harvard team his senior year. An outstanding inside presence as a defender and rebounder, Miller also shot over 70 percent from the field his junior year. Doug graduated in 2010 with a degree in Economics.
At Winchester High School, Doug was a 1,000 point scorer who pulled down over 700 rebounds and blocked almost 200 shots. He captained the team as a senior, averaged a double double, and led his team to the EMass Division 2 state finals. Miller’s career highs include 37 points, 25 rebounds, and 10 blocks. He scored in double figures in 38 straight games. Miller was first-team academic all-state and was named team MVP in each of his three seasons on varsity.