UC Santa Barbara
Played in all 33 contests and was fourth on the team with 35 goals scored...Opened the season scoring eight goals at the UC San Diego Triton Invitational, including a season-high four in the championship game against Pepperdine (Sept. 2)...For his standout play at the season-opening tourney, he earned MPSF Player of the Week as well as Golden 1/UCSBGauchos.com Athlete of the Week honors...Led the team for goals in two other games: posting a hat trick against Pepperdine (Sept. 6) and two goals vs. St. Francis (Oct. 14)...Tallied three goals in the MPSF Tournament, including a pair in the fifth-place game against UCLA (Nov. 25)...Handed out 22 assists during the year and also collected 12 steals and 11 earned penalties or ejections.
Was second on the team with 40 goals scored during the 2006 season, ranking eleventh in the MPSF with his 1.54 goals per game average...Opened the season at the UCSD Triton Invitational with four consecutive games with two goals scored (Sept. 2-3)...Had 15 multi-goal games, including three games with three or more goals...Season-high four goals tallied in 10-9 win over St. Francis (Oct. 10)...His season-high performance jump-started a 12-game scoring streak that lasted until the end of the season, he tallied a total of 23 goals from Oct. 20 to Nov. 26...Led the team with two goals in a narrow 7-6 loss to UCLA in overtime (Nov. 12)...Beyond scoring, he tallied 14 assists, 10 steals and 15 earned penalties or ejections.
Was fourth on the team with 22 goals scored... Was the leading scorer amongst the freshmen Gauchos... Scored in the last six games of the season, including multiple goals against Loyola Marymount (Nov. 10), Long Beach State (Nov. 19) and UC Irvine (Nov. 20).
Played under Mike Gloss at Campolindo High School...Set all-time goal record at Campolindo...A two-time First Team All-NCS League selection and two-time team MVP...Also competed in basketball and swimming.
Played club for the Concord Donkeys.
Miles Seaborg Price was born in Canyon, Calif. on July 11, 1987 to Chris Price and Stephanie Seaborg.