Early LifeCheryl Miller was born as Cheryl D. Miller on 3rd January, 1964 at Riverside, California in the United States of America. She is an American by nationality and ethnicity wise, she is an African American. She got her high school education from Riverside Polytechnic high school where she led her team to record of 132- 4.
Then, she went to the University of Southern California, where she majored in Chemistry and played basketball in the forward position. She was the first person who was named in the All-American by Parade Magazine for four times.
CareerCheryl Miller displayed an amazing performance during her high school and university days. She set numerous California state records for points scored in her high school career and a single season. She was coached by Linda K. Sharp. She got numerous awards during her University career including the Naismith Award and the Broderick Award.She was nominated for the James E. Sullivan Award in 1986. Her #31 jersey was retired by the USC in the same year. In 1993, she became a head coach at the USC.
In the 1983 world Championships at Sao Paulo, Brazil, Cheryl Miller played the USA National team. Then she played an important role in the Gold medal win of U.S team at the 1984 Olympics in Moscow.The U.S team also won the Pan American Games in the year 1983 and the Goodwill Games in 1986. In the late 80's, Miller worked at ESPN as a sportscaster and then in 1995, she started working for TNT.Miller's brother is Reggie Miller who is also an NBA all star.