2007-08 | Junior Season
Miles competed in one tournament during his junior campaign at the Braveheart Classic where he tied for 27th overall with a 54-hole score of 233 (89-72-72) - including a score of even-par 72 over the final 36 holes.
2006-07 | Sophomore Season
The TCU sophomore saw action in five tournaments for the Horned Frogs where he notched a 79.43 strokes average over the course of 14 rounds... appeared in the first five events of the season... notched his best tournament of the season at the Carpet Capital Collegiate where he posted a 54-hole tally of 226 (81-72-73)... aided the Purple and White to silver medals at both the Inverness Intercollegiate and Memphis Intercollegiate.
2005-06 | Freshman Season
Miles appeared in nine tournaments - including all seven spring events - and finished second on the Horned Frogs with a 73.96 strokes average in his rookie campaign... tied for silver medal accolades at the Mountain West Conference Championships after posting a three-round score of 216 (70-72-74)... opened his collegiate career with an 11th-place showing at the Cleveland State Invitational to guide TCU to a second-place finish with a 54-hole score of 217 (71-72-74)... recorded his best 54-hole score of an even-par 213 (69-71-73) at the UH Hilo Intercollegiate - including a career-best 69 in the first round of action - en route to tying for 23rd overall... matched Drew Stoltz for top honors on the team with a share of 30th-place at the NCAA Central Regional Championships with a three-round total of 220 (73-69-78) - including a career-best 69 in the second round of action... was the lone Frogs to post more than one round in the 60s during the season... placed among the top 35 competitors at seven of nine tournaments during his rookie season.
The Ohio native competed at the 2007 Dixie Amateur and Southwestern Amateur... advanced to the 2006 U.S. Amateur - which was played at Hazeltine... competed at the Scratch Players Championships, Sunnehanna Amateur and North & South Amateur in 2006... competed in the strokes-play portion of the 2003 and 2004 U.S. Amateur at Oakmont Country Club and Winged Foot Country Club... ranked 46th among all junior boys according to the 2004 Golfweek/Sagarin rankings when he signed with the Horned Frogs - ranked as high as eighth during the season... garnered 2003 American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) honorable mention All-American honors as well as Future Collegians World Tour (FCWT) Junior Golf Tour All-American accolades during the 2004 season... competed in three consecutive U.S. Junior Amateur Championships where he notched his best showing at 14th overall at the 2003 strokes play at Columbia Country Club... won the U.S. Junior Amateur qualifiers during the 2002 and 2003 campaigns... set an amateur course record of 65 at Muirfield Village Golf Club during his qualifying rounds in 2003... claimed victory at the 2003 AJGA Club Corp at The Homestead's Lower Cascades with a seven-under-par total... twice qualified for the Junior World Championships... recorded 27 top-20 finishes in national junior tournament competition in a span of four seasons... garnered gold medal honors at the 2002 U.S. Challenge Cup and 2003 FWCT Deacon Classic... claimed victory at the Ohio Junior 15-and-under division during the 2001 season.
Bishop Watterson High School
Miles was selected as the Ohio Player of the Year and earned an All-Ohio selection en route to guiding Bishop Watterson High School to the 2004 Ohio Division I Boys' Golf State Championship where he finished 10th overall... cited as the Central District Player of the Year during his senior campaign... earned first team all-district laurels in each of his final three seasons... cited as a four-time all-league selection... selected as the Ohio Central District medalist during the 2002 campaign... competed at the Ohio Division I Boys' Golf State Championships during his sophomore campaign where he finished 14th overall...selected as the Bishop Watterson's Most Valuable Player in each of his final three seasons... earned the award for fewest putts on his prep squad during his freshman, sophomore and junior campaigns... led his high school program to the conference title in all four seasons... earned Athlete of the Week honors from the Columbus Dispatch during his junior season... selected as the WTVN Radio 610AM Player of the Week in each of his first three campaigns at Bishop Watterson High School.
Off the Links
Miles is the son of Nate and Barb Miles... born on April 19, 1987... majoring in communications.