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Rich Miller
Rich  Miller

Associate Head Coach


Masington Places Seventh, Earns First Team All-American

First UConn discus thrower to earn All-American


Six Husky Team Receive NCAA APR Public Recognition Award

National champion field hockey team also earns this academic honor.


UConn Wins Inaugural American Athletic Conference Track & Field Championship

The Men Posted 158 Points To Win the First-Ever AAC Championship on Saturday


Men's Track & Field Dominates at Home in UConn Spring Invite

Huskies post 37 top-five finishes at home opener


Men's Track & Field Wins Ninth Indoor BIG EAST Championship

Roy & his staff named BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year, Cummings & 4x800 finish first


AAC Men's Outdoor Championship Final Day

AAC Men's Outdoor Championship Final Day (photos by Stephen Slade)


AAC Championships - Day Two

Day two from the American Athletic Conference Championships at Armory Collegiate in New York City, Feb. 28-March 1.

Rich Miller enters his sixth season as the associate head coach at the University of Connecticut and his 22nd season overall working with the Huskies. Miller spent 10 years as a part-time assistant working with the multi-event performers as well as those competing in pole vault and javelin.

Currently, Miller focuses on working with mult-event performers as well as athletes competing in throws and pole vault. In 2014, he helped Eric Masington earn All-American honors when he finished seventh at the NCAA Championship in Eugene, Ore. Masington threw a lifetime-best 59.19m to land on the First Team and establish a UConn outdoor record. In 2015, pole vaulters Craig Hunter and Cory Duggan traveled to Eugene and picked up First Team and Second Team All-America honors, respectively. 

Prior to joining the Huskies full-time, Miller was employed as a physical therapist with Health South/PTSMA in Storrs. While at Health South, Miller provided direct patient care in an outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine clinic while also collaborating with local physicians on implementing treatment plans to rehabilitate patients with a variety of ailments. Miller also served as a member of the BIG EAST Track and Field seeding committee.

Miller, who was a 1995 UConn graduate, enjoyed both academic and athletic success during his undergraduate years. He served as co-captain of UConn's track and field teams in both his junior and senior years, two years in which the Huskies won back-to-back New England Indoor Championships.

He was a four-time All-East performer in the decathlon while also earning All-New England and All-BIG EAST honors in the pentathlon and pole vault events. His academic achievements set a standard of excellence for all student-athletes, as he was a member of the 1994-95 BIG EAST Conference Academic All-Star team and was named a UConn Club Outstanding Scholar-Athlete in 1995.

A native of Cresskill, N.J., Miller attended Cresskill High School where he lettered in soccer, basketball and track. He resides in Storrs, Conn. with his wife, Dorinda, daughter, Emily and sons, Caden and Jake.