2004-2005: Jason Miller was named one of the team's two Most Valuable Swimmers...posted season-best times of 21.19 in the 50 free, 45.91 in the 100 free, 1:44.79 in the 200 free, 49.32 in the 100 butterfly, and 1:48.21 in the 200 butterfly...aided in the 200 and 400 medley relay team's third place finishes...contributed to the fifth-place finish of the 400 free relay team at the Big East Championship...was a key member in the 200 free Big East Champion relay team...placed third at the Big East Championships in the 200 IM... finished sixth in the 100 fly and second in the 200 fly at the Big East Championships.
2003-04: Miller was the Panthers' top butterfly swimmer for the second consecutive year, earning the team's top times in the 100 and 200 fly events...earned four All-Big East honors for a total of six in his first two years...was part of three second-place relay teams and finished third in the 200 butterfly...just missed out on a fifth honor, placing fourth in the 100 fly...a Big East Academic All-Star.
2002-03: Miller swam one of the more exciting races for the Panthers in his freshman year and came out on top in the 200 fly for his first Big East Championship with a season-best time of 1:47.75...also competed and scored in the 100 fly for the Panthers at his first conference meet, placing fourth with a time of 48.65 seconds...also helped the 400 medley relay team to a second-place finish for his second All-Big East honor.
HIGH SCHOOL: Miller placed in the top ten at states in the butterfly and freestyle in his sophomore, junior and senior years...was a four-time all-state honoree...also named first team All-American his junior and senior years...placed third in states with his water polo team his senior year at Cumberland Valley...also participated in volleyball, tennis and track.
PERSONAL: Born January 8, 1984...son of Bob and Nancy Miller...has four sisters...a history and sociology teaching major.
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