Miranda Burt
Miranda Burt
Title: Volunteer Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Chicago '20

Miranda Burt will embark on her first season as Illinois Institute of Technology assistant women's basketball coach in 2021-22. 

Burt enjoyed a stellar four-year playing career (2017-20) for the University of Chicago women's basketball program under current Scarlet Hawks head coach Carissa Sain. The Knoxville, Tennessee native entrenched her name into the Maroons career record book with 185 three-point field goals made (second), a .808 free-throw percentage (fourth), 1,115 points (eighth), a .364 three-point percentage (eighth) and 158 steals (ninth). Burt finished her senior campaign in 2019-20 with 62 three-point field goals made, a Chicago single-season record. This included her Maroons single-game record of 8 three-point field goals made in an 89-74 win over Kenyon College on November 24, 2019. 

Burt concluded her freshman season as the 2016-17 D3Hoops.com Central Region Rookie of the Year, and UAA Rookie of the Year. She also earned a spot on the 2016-17 NCAA Division III News All-Freshman Team. She averaged 9.1 points, 1.7 steals and 1.3 assists per game in her rookie campaign. Her senior campaign resulted in 2019-20 All-UAA Second Team honors after she registered 12.5 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.5 steals per game. 

The four-time UAA All-Academic selection obtained her bachelor of arts degree in public policy from University of Chicago in 2020. Burt is currently pursuing her MBA, also from Chicago. Her undergraduate activities included being President of the Women's Athletic Association, and a Student Delegate for the Clinton Global Initiative.