Diamond Miller Names South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston As Toughest Player To Guard

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When it comes to versatility, Maryland guard Diamond Miller is one of the names to know about in women’s basketball. The rising sophomore averaged seven points per game in her freshman season which included several double-digit scoring outings.

Maryland coach Brenda Frese described Miller as “remarkable” and credited her athleticism and stamina late in February as the league-best Terrapins were approaching Big Ten Tournament play on a 13-game winning streak.

Diamond joined Protect Our Queens to talk about her first year at Maryland and much more, including her advice to players wanting to play Division 1 basketball.

When asked about her toughest players to guard this past season, South Carolina standout Aliyah Boston, the All-American and National Freshman of the Year, came up first.

She’s just such a great post player and she does everything really well. She can finish through anything pretty much.

Diamond also referenced the point guard from Northwestern, Lindsey Pulliam, whose name she couldn’t remember at the time.

Watch the clip below from the full Protect Our Queens segment available now on YouTube.

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Martin is the Founder, Chief Editor, and Head Skills Development Trainer for Basketball Society. Martin has work experience in digital media, radio, and journalism. He started a basketball blog and internet radio show in 2013 on Blog Talk Radio. Martin previously hosted the Knightcap show for WCTC 1450 AM covering the Rutgers Men's Basketball team. He has been featured as a writer on sites such as Def Pen, TV Film News, All Hip-Hop, and more. Martin played high school basketball at South Brunswick High School (NJ) where he graduated in 2007. He is a 1,000-point scorer at SBHS and an All-Middlesex County performer as a 3-year varsity starter. He helped lead SBHS to their first ever Central Jersey Group 4 sectional state championship in 2007. Martin played college basketball at Eastern University, where he graduated (BA, Communications) in 2012. Martin was a four-year starter and a 1,000-point scorer at EU. Follow Martin on Twitter @Marsoaries and on Instagram @martin_soaries

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