23 Toko Miller
23 Toko Miller
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Prescott, AZ
High School: Prescott
Position: P
Bats/Throws: R/L

Junior (2018):
Continued her role as a key member of the pitching corps ... Saw action in 15 games and made 11 starts ... Registered a 5-3 won-lost mark ... Tossed 53 2/3 innings (second on the team) and compiled an ERA of 2.74 ... Named as UAA Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 12) after picking up Emory's first win of the campaign, hurling a complete-game shutout vs. BSC (Feb. 9), striking out five and allowing just three hits, none over the last four innings ... Tabbed as UAA Pitcher of the Week (Mar. 26) after delivering five solid innings of relief that saw her give two hits and strikeout three, enabling her to earn the win in a 2-1 decision over Wesleyan (Mar. 22) in the second game of a doubleheader ... Went 6 2/3 innings, allowing four hits and fanning three, in picking up the win in a 2-1 verdict over Case Western (Mar. 30) – retired 14 straight CWRU batters at one point in the game ...  Picked up her fifth win of the campaign after hurling three innings of shutout ball, fanning four in the process, in a 4-1 triumph over Wash U (Apr. 6) ... Stellar complete-game effort in a 7-2 victory over Christopher Newport (Mar. 15) in the second game of a doubleheader, striking out four batters while allowing seven hits.

Sophomore (2017):
Appeared in 16 contests during the season ... Made 14 starts in the circle and tossed three complete games ... Threw 51 2/3 innings and finished with an ERA of 2.71, striking out 17 while issuing 13 walks ... Earned the win after starting and tossing five shutout innings, allowing just two hits and fanning three in a 2-0 triumph vs. Rhodes College (Feb. 12) ... Hurled all five frames, retiring the first 14 batters she faced, in Emory's 8-0 triumph over Centre College (Mar. 19), surrendering two hits and striking out three ... Drew a starting assignment and picked up a victory after going the opening five frames and blanking Maryville College (Mar. 21), giving up five hits and striking out three in a 7-2 victory ... Complete-game whitewash of Washington University (Mar. 31), retiring the final seven batters she faced, in the Eagles' triumph, allowing five hits and fanning one ...  Went the distance in a five-inning 9-1 blitz of DePauw (Mar. 30), giving up four hits. 

Freshman (2016):
Made 17 appearances as a member of the Emory pitching corps … Threw 30 innings and compiled an ERA of 1.40 … Lead the team with three saves … Logged her lone win of the year after tossing  1 2/3 innings of relief, allowing just one hit and striking out one, in a five-inning 12-3 win vs. LaGrange (Apr. 23) … Notched her third save of the campaign, hurling three innings of hitless relief, striking out a season-high five in the process, in a 7-2 triumph over Wesleyan (Apr. 19) … Gave up one hit and fanned a pair over two innings of action in a 12-0 win over Bridgewater (Mar. 25).

High School
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Played travel ball for Nemesis Elite 18U Gold, coached by Manny Garcia … Selected to play in the All-Academic game at the 2014 Colorado Fireworks Showcase … Helped the team to a PGF Nationals berth in 2014 … Four-year member of the Prescott High School varsity swim team … Served as team captain her junior and senior years … Holds three high school swim records .. Won regional championship her senior year … First Team, All-Courier Prep Swim Team all four years … The News, 1490 AM 2014 All-Area Swim Team all four years … Numerous academic achievements included membership to Mu Alpha Theta (National Honor Society of Mathematics) and Prescott High School's honor roll for four years … National Honor Society and was a Graduate with Distinction.

Personal:
Daughter of Gary and Minako Miller ... Born Oct. 30 ... Majors in Biology


Career Stats

Year ERA W-L GS GC IP H R ER WP HBP SO BB
2018 2.74 5-3 11 2 53.2 53 22 21 4 4 27 14
2017 2.71 5-4 14 3 51.2 58 31 20 6 2 17 13
2016 1.40 1-0 1 0 30.0 28 16 6 1 3 19 11
TOTAL 2.43 11-7 26 5 135.1 139 69 47 11 4 63 38



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"I chose Emory because of the welcoming environment, cultural diversity and incredible staff and faculty that can have a significant effect on my education and career."