Greg Miller Joins Buckeye Women's Soccer Program

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Aug. 7, 2001

COLUMBUS, Ohio-Lori Walker, OSU women's soccer head coach, announced the addition of Greg Miller as an assistant coach. Miller comes to Columbus from Indianapolis, Ind. where he spent the past two years as the assistant at Butler under Woody Sherwood.

"We are thrilled to have Greg," Walker said. "He brings with him several years of coaching experience within the region. He is a hard worker and has a great perspective of the game."

Prior to the 1999 season, Miller joined Sherwood in ushering in a new era of women's soccer at Butler. During Miller's 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.

For the past four years, Miller has coached with the Dynamo F.C. in Indianapolis, 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.

A 1993 graduate of Xavier University with a degree in psychology, Miller played soccer for the Musketeers from 1989-92. His coaching career began in Indianapolis when he accepted a position as junior varsity and assistant varsity coach of the Cathedral High School boys team. In the five years he was junior varsity head coach, Miller compiled a 38-9-6 record. During his tenure, the varsity team won multiple city and sectional honors.

Miller replaces former Buckeye assistant coach Erin Taylor who left after three seasons to pursue other interests. He will be responsible for all aspects of team travel and will assist in recruiting, planning team training sessions and tracking academic progress. Miller currently resides in Grandview, Ohio.