Foster senior Andrew Miller earned honorable mention to the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American water polo team.

There was no doubt that the Foster Falcons would have in the hunt again for a state water polo state crown if the Falcons were able to complete its season.

But the 2020 high school water polo season was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Leading the charge to that return to state would have been Andrew Miller.

The National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association still saw enough to select their annual high school water polo All-American team.

For the boys, Miller was one of three players from Texas to earn an honorable mention on the NISCA All-American team.

Miller was the point of attack for the Falcons and helped Foster reach the state championship game in his junior year.

Last season, Miller was selected to the TISCA all-state first team.

Miller will be attending Iona College next year.

Miller was joined by Flower Mound’s Brady Andrews and Denton Guyer’s Cameron Cullen.

Texas also had three selections on the girls’ team with St. Agnes Academy’s Adrienne Grimes, Flower Mound’s Addison McGowan and Denton Guyer’s Sadie Sallas.

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