Greg Miller
Greg  Miller

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Associate Head Coach



Ohio State Takes on No. 3 Duke in Sweet 16 Matchup Sunday in Durham

Buckeyes in Sweet 16 for second consecutive season


Ohio State Continues NCAA Tournament Play Friday Facing Milwaukee at Duke

Buckeyes in NCAAs for fourth time in five seasons


Ohio State Opens NCAA Tournament Play at No. 23 Tennessee Saturday

Buckeyes in NCAAs for fourth time in five seasons


On To Big Ten Tournament

Buckeyes Face Illini In First Round Wednesday


Senior Day Is Sunday

Last Regular Season Home Match For Buckeyes Comes Against Indiana

Greg Miller, now in his 11th season at Ohio State and his third as the program's associate head coach, is a driving force on the Ohio State coaching staff. He is an incredibly disciplined individual and a talented coach (as well as a fun person to be around). Miller's primary coaching responsibility is the back line, although he, like every person on the staff, coaches the entire team, from backs to forwards.

Miller can be considered the team's "defensive coordinator," if there was such a title in soccer, and he works to develop the defenders' individual technique, tactical ability to read the game and their collective ability to function as a unit. Miller is also the first person from Ohio State who prospective student-athletes typically will speak with about Ohio State. He coordinates the recruiting and he is always working his system ...always calling...always reaching out to prospects and coaches...always recruiting. The fruits of his labor are evident in two recent Ohio State recruiting classes: 2007 was No. 1 in the Big Ten and No. 13 nationally and 2008 was No. 23 nationally.

Additionally, Ohio State has had many program and individual highlights that Miller has been a part of, including:
• The first NCAA College Cup appearance and Big Ten championship in program history in 2010
• The top four seasons for fewest goals allowed by an Ohio State team (17 in 2003; 18 in 2004, 13 in 2009 and 15 in 2010;
• Big Ten tournament championships in 2002 and 2004;
• NCAA tournament appearances in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2009 and 2010;
• The recruiting of All-Americans Lara Dickenmann, Melissa Miller, Cassie Dickerson and Paige Maxwell; and
• Recruiting three individuals who earned freshman All-America accolades.

Prior to coming to Ohio State in 2000, Miller ushered in a new era of women's soccer at Butler. During his two years with the program, the Bulldogs were 12-22-4 overall and finished tied for first in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference regular season standings in 1999. Miller coached four years with the Indiana State Olympic Development Program and the Indiana Youth Soccer Association. He holds an "A" License from the United States Soccer Federation and is a Region II ODP staff coach. Miller also is a staff coach with the Ohio Premier Soccer Club in Dublin, Ohio.

A 1993 graduate of Xavier University with a degree in psychology, Miller played soccer for the Musketeers from 1989-92. Miller is married to Amy Langhals, a former assistant golf coach at Ohio State and a member of the Ohio State Varsity O Hall of Fame.