Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
Coach Miller is in his first season serving as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for the University of Oregon. Coach Miller comes to Oregon after serving as an intern strength and conditioning coach at Towson University located in Towson, Maryland. While at Towson, Coach Miller worked with a wide variety of different sports. His experience at Towson also includes working under Jesse Judy, Director of Olympic Sports Speed, Strength and Conditioning, who is a former graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for the University of Oregon, and Jeremy Pick, Director of Football Speed, Strength and Conditioning, who served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Oregon for 12 years prior joining Towson in June of 2009.
Coach Miller is primarily responsible for the year round programming and physical development of Men's & Women's Cheerleading. He is also responsible for assisting with the physical development of Track and Field (sprinters and throwers), Women's Soccer, Men's and Women's Basketball, and Acrobatics and Tumbling. He also has responsibilities with Football, which includes weight room and field work set-up, data collection and organization, and recovery session set-up.
Coach Miller received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Towson University in the Spring of 2012.