Plans to begin studies in exercise science with goal of becoming an athletic trainer.
Miller-McCray was Region 6-3A Player of the Year at Crestwood High School in Sumter, S.C...Chosen for the South Carolina All-Star Team for the game against North Carolina All-Stars and game against Georgia All-Stars.
The all-state player averaged 10 points, nine rebounds and eight blocked shots as a senior on a 25-win Crestwood Knights' team that was state 3A runner-up.
ESPN Basketball gave her a No. 43 ranking at center and All-Star Grils Report ranked her No. 91 among all players...That explains why schools like Clemson, Auburn, Arizona, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Jacksonville and S.C. State were recruiting her.
In four years, Crestwood posted a 91-19 record (82.7%), winning Region 6-3A all four seasons...The Knights were 25-5 during Miller-McCray's senior season.
Miller-McCary was an all-state selection as both a senior and a junior.
Culminated her Region awards as the Player of the Year as a senior, after being first-team all-region as junior and all-region as sophomore and freshman.
She was also a three-time all-conference honoree for Crestwood.
As a junior, averaged 11 points, nine blocks and eight rebounds in gaining her all-state recognition.
Had triple-double game vs. Hartsville (2/2/16) with 14 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocked shots...Recorded a game with 16 points, 13 blocked shots and nine rebounds against Manning High School in 2013-14.
Played AAU travel ball with the South Carolina 76ers team of coach Roger Wiley.
A multi-sport athlete, Miller-McCray also played volleyball, while high jumping (5-feet)for the Crestwood track and field team.
Born July 10, 1998 in Sumter, S.C. to Robert McCray and Knaja Miller...Family lives in unincorporation town of Horatio, about 100 people, located about seven miles from Shaw Air Force Base northwest of Sumter...Has two younger brothers: Ta'von (16) and Tyreck (14)..Father Robert played basketball at Allen University, an NAIA school in Columbia, S.C.
What else would a 6-foot-3 young lady be nicknamed except "Shorty?"...Also goes by Quanda.
In the classroom, Shaquanda made the A/B Honor Roll as a junior and the B Honor Roll as a senior.