Miller On Miles: "Malcolm has the ability to be the best guy on the field. He has good size, speed and skills and he is very creative around the goal."
As A Junior (2008): Moved into a starting position for the last five games of the season ... finished fourth on the team in points with 13 ... had two-goal games at Hobart (April 9) and in St. John's 10-7 win over Fairfield (April 26) ... scored his career first goal at Quinnipiac (Feb. 25) ... also scored at Georgetown (March 1), against Loyola (March 15) and at Rutgers (March 29) ... had his career-first assist at Rutgers (March 29) ... tallied two more helpers against Massachusetts (April 5) and Penn State (April 12) ... tallied 35 shots on the season, the second highest of returning players.
Before St. John's: Transferred from Herkimer Community College in 2007 ... played four seasons as a midfielder for Watertown High School ... was a member ofWatertown's Frontier League championship team in 2005 ... also played four years of basketball and three years of football for the Cyclones.
Off The Field: Malcolm O. Miles ... born June 19, 1987 in Baumhoulder, Germany ... son of Emma and Willie Miles ... has one brother Marcus (21), who plays football at University of Albany ... a sport management major ... has a hidden talent as a singer ... his favorite place at St. John's is Taffner Fieldhouse because he loves playing basketball ... the most thrilling moment in Miles' athletic career was winning the league title in basketball during his senior year of high school ... listens to R&B music on his iPod before games ... most influenced by his parents who keep him grounded.
Miles Up Close
First Goal: 2/25/08 at Quinnipiac