The awards were selected by vote of the Tar Heel players and coaches.
Noel was also named co-captain with Byron Sanders. Noel averaged 12.9 points and 6.8 rebounds, had 107 assists, 23 blocks and 34 steals in leading the Tar Heels to a 23-8 record.
Miller was UNC's defensive player of the game nine times and led the Tar Heels with 64 three-point field goals. He shot 44.1 percent from three-point range, the seventh-highest three-point rcentage in Carolina single-season history. Last year, Miller scored 26 polnts, 196 less than he did in 2005-06.
Other awards winners included: Byron Sanders (Burgess McSwain Athletic Director's Scholar-Athlete Award); Tyler Hansbrough (Butch Bennett Award as the freshman who exemplifies determination, sportsmanship and sacrifice); and Dewey Burke (Foy Roberson Award for inspiration and behind-the-scenes contributions).
Statistical award winners included: Hansbrough for highest field goal percentage and rebounding average; Reyshawn Terry for highest free throw percentage; and Bobby Frasor for most assists.
The awards ceremony concluded with speeches from seniors Noel, Sanders, Will Robinson and Thomas Wilkins.