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Joe T. Robinson High School Basketball Standout Signs to Play at University of Memphis
Joe T. Robinson High School Basketball Standout Signs to Play at University of Memphis


In a signing ceremony November 14th at Robinson High School in West Little Rock, 5’11” Damonique Miller signed a letter of intent to play basketball at the University of Memphis next year.

In front of family, fellow players, classmates, coaches and administration, Miller, who has a 3.5 grade point average, put pen to paper with a big smile, saying she is thrilled to be joining the NCAA Division 1 school next year. She thanked her mom and dad, who were by her side, and her coaches.

Miller scored an average of 17 points a game with six rebounds last year and was a First Team All-Conference Selection, Hardin said.

Robinson High School women’s basketball coach Anwar Hardin said this is the third year in a row he has had an athlete sign to play college basketball. “It feels great to have a student attain their goals. I’m equally as proud of the kids going on to college to be scholars,” he said.