A great three-point shooter ... one of the most fundamental players Coach P has had at Duke ... a creator ... can play point guard or the two-guard ... is smart and a playmaker ... very tenacious on defense ... has a great, great head - high basketball IQ.
ACC Record Book:
Her 73 three-pointers made ranked eighth on the ACC freshman record chart.
Duke Season Record Book:
Drained 73 three-pointers to rank tied for fourth on the list
Duke Freshman Record Book:
Set a Blue Devil record sinking 73 three-pointers on the season ... her 44.5 three-point field goal percentage ranked third all-time ... attempted a record 14 three-pointers at Notre Dame ... her 26 points at Notre Dame was tied for the 12th most by a rookie in a single game.
As a Freshman (2018-19):
All-ACC Freshman selection by both the Blue Ribbon Panel and the league head coaches ... started 22-of-30 contests, while averaging 10.9 points, 1.9 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.0 steals ... an All-ACC Academic Team honoree ... a two-time ACC Rookie of the Week selection (Dec. 31, Feb. 25) ... drained a Duke freshman record 73 three-pointers, which also ranked as the eighth-most in the ACC history by a freshman ... her 73 three-pointers ranked tied for fourth on Duke’s overall record chart ... turned in a career-high 26 points as she drained 8-of-14 three-pointers at fifth-ranked Notre Dame ... the eight three-pointers made and 14 attempted were Duke freshman records ... she matched the Duke overall record for treys in a game (8) ... turned in three games with 20 or more points, all of which came against ACC opponents ... her 44.5 three-point field goal percentage ranked sixth nationally and was the third-highest by a freshman ... averaged 2.4 three-pointers made per game, which ranked 68th nationally ... became the seventh Duke freshman to post 20+ points in consecutive games and the fifth to do it against ACC opponents ... her 14 three-pointers attempted at Notre Dame was tied for the fourth most in Duke history ... in the ACC stats, ranked second in three-point field goal percentage (44.5) and tied for fifth in three-point field goals made per game (2.4) ... in ACC games only, ranked fourth with a 41.2 three-point field goal percentage and tied for sixth with 2.6 three-pointers made per game ... hit a team-high 87.1 free throw percentage ... hit at least one three-pointer in 23-of-30 contests.
2018 FIBA U18 Asian Championship with Australia:
Helped lead Australia to a 4-2 record and the bronze medal in India ... averaged 17.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 2.7 assists ... scored 27 points against Chinese Taipei, while adding 26 points versus Japan and 21 points versus Korea in the bronze medal contest.
2017 Australian U17 National Team:
Registered a 5-0 record and the gold medal in Guam at the U17 Oceania Championship ... led all scorers with a 23.0 per game average, while ranking tied seventh in assists (3.4) and fifth in steals (3.6) ... totaled 20 or more points in four of the five contests, including 28 points against Tahiti ... earned All-Tournament accolades ... selected Captain of the Australian Sapphires.
2016 Australian U17 National Team:
Competed with Australia on the FIBA U17 World Championship in Zaragoza, Spain ... saw action in five games and averaged 3.0 points and 1.4 rebounds ... her squad totaled a 6-0 record and won the gold medal.
Current member of the 2018-19 Australian Gems squad ...selected to train with Australian U19 squad in May and August in preparation for the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Asian Championship ... 2018 Queensland Basketball League U-23 Youth Player of the Year, after averaging 18.0 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.5 steals for the Townsville Flames ... competed in the 2018 U20 Australian Nationals averaging a tournament-best 19.4 points a game, and helped her squad to the silver medal ... also averaged 5.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists, while scoring 20 or more points three times, including 28 points versus Tassie U20 and 27 against Victoria ... in January of 2018, Goodchild earned a WNBL Championship ring with the Townsville Fire as a development player ... selected the 2016 and 2017 Basketball Queensland Player of the Year and the Logan Basketball Junior Player of the Year ... as a senior at Moreton Bay College, Goodchild competed in the U18 Australian National Championships and averaged 19.4 points, 5.6 rebounds, 1.9 steals and 1.8 assists ... averaged 30.6 points at the Queensland Champion Schools Moreton Bay Open as a junior and helped her team to the gold medal at the Queensland Division I State Championship averaging an individual-best 30.4 points ... a three-time Moreton Bay College Basketball Player of the Year selection ... in 2017, selected Captain Moreton Bay Open Team, earned the trophy for Best National/International performance in Sport Award, Most Valuable Player Open Basketball team and Service to Sport Award ... played on the U18 Australian National Championships as a junior as well averaging 15.8 points, 6.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.6 steals ... named MVP of the U16 Australian National Championships, averaging 13.8 points, 6.2 rebounds, 1.9 steals and 1.3 assists ... in 2016, tabbed winner of the Excellence in Sporting Performance Award at Moreton Bay College along with Values Award for Teamwork and trophy for Best National/International performance in Sport Award ... the 2015 Most Valuable Player Open Basketball Team at Moreton Bay College and earned the High Achievement in Sport honor ... captured the U15 Queensland School Sport Honour Team award in 2014 at Moreton Bay College along with Junior Sportsperson of the Year, Head of College for High Achievement in Sport Award and Most Promising Basketball player awards.
Full name is Miela Elizabeth Goodchild … born in Brisbane, Australia on June 4, 2000 … daughter of David & Michelle Goodchild … has one brother, Conor (20) and one sister, Briana (24) ... involved in the following during school in Australia -- Student Representative Council, Captain of Wesley House, Inter Year Carer, Art Committee Member and Balmoral Community Care Worker ... selected by the Australian Olympic committee to represent Australia at the 11th Pierre de Coubertin International forum in Estonia 2017 ... Australian female basketball representative at the Global Youth Camp, Camp Pass it on, in Istanbul Turkey 2014.