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Ryan Miller

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A right-back who is building his career in Scandinavia, Ryan Miller was called into U.S. Men's National Team camp after a successful first year at Swedish side Halmstads BK. A regular for the team in the Swedish Allsvenskan, Miller's call-up to the camp in January represented his first for any U.S. National Team.

  • Drafted by Columbus Crew of the MLS, he also represented D.C. United in the CONCACAF Champions League before moving to Sweden in 2009. 
  •  A 2007 graduate from Notre Dame, he ended his career with a record 86 starts for the team.
2010: Named part of Bob Bradley’s 24-player training camp roster on Dec. 21 in preparation for the international friendly against Chile… First Appearance: None First Goal: None
2010: Miller signed with Swedish club Halmstads BK in the Swedish First Division, becoming a regular for the team that finished 12th in the Swedish top flight … 2009: After leaving MLS he signed a short-term deal with Ljungskile SK in the Swedish second tier ... 2008: Drafted by Columbus Crew in the third round of the 2008 MLS SuperDraft … Made seven reserve team appearances for The Crew … Made his debut for D.C. United on Oct. 1 in a CONCACAF Champions League match against Primera Division de Mexico side Cruz Azul … Made three appearances for United, all coming in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Son of Roger and Laura Miller … Oldest of three children … Graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2007 with a degree in accounting … Finished with a 3.409 cumulative GPA.

In 2007, he was a Second Team NSCAA All-American and earned CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American honors … He finished his time with the Fighting Irish with 86 straight starts, the most in the team's history.

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