Neville Miller
Neville Miller

Hometown:
St. Louis, Mo.

High School:
Vianney HS

Position:
Volunteer Asst. Coach

Birthdate:
12/22/1982

Alma Mater:
Missouri '06


Neville Miller enters his second year with the Missouri Track & Field staff serving as a volunteer assistant coach. Miller is a three-time USATF Outdoor Championship qualifier at 800 meters, reaching the top-15 in the 2006 and 2007 championships. At the 2007 USATF Indoor Championships, Miller reached the national final, placing seventh.

Miller won All-America honors and was a Big 12 Champion with the Tiger 2005 distance medley relay squad. In addition, in 2006, Miller won two Drake Relays titles with the 4x800-meter and distance medley relay teams. Miller, a seven-time All-Big 12 performer, also qualified for three NCAA Regional Championships.

Miller, competing for a second year for the N.Y. Athletic Club, has an 800-meter run personal best of 1:47.08 from his run at the 2007 USATF Championships.

Miller, formerly a Tiger co-captain and multiple-time USTFCCCA All-Academic Award winner, has dual undergraduate degrees in atmospheric science and communications from the University of Missouri.

Miller, along with full-time training, is currently an on-air weekend meteorologist for Columbia ABC affiliate KMIZ-TV. Miller is also pursuing a master's degree in atmospheric sciences.

PERSONAL BESTS

as of Friday, June 27, 2008

Indoor
y600 1:12.78 TigerCl '04
800m 1:48.39 Wilson '05
1000m 2:23.34 MoInv '08
1500m 3:48.63 NewBal '08
Mile 4:03.18 NewBal '08
4x400 3:11.88 ISUCl '05
DMR 9:35.25 Wilson '05
4x800 7:43.95 MU-KU-KSU '05
Outdoor
800m 1:47.08 USATF '07
1500m 3:45.24 McDInv '08
Mile 4:07.67 MusicCity '07
4x400 3:11.64 UCLAInv '06
DMR 9:41.82 DrakeR '06
4x800 7:20.91 DrakeR '06
y4x440 3:13.50 Big12 '06
SMR 3:21.79 DrakeR '03

POST-SEASON HISTORY

NCAA Indoor Championships
Distance Medley Relay
2005 SR 9:39.43 8
NCAA Mideast Regional
800m Run
2003 SO 1:57.65 37
2004 JR 1:50.54 17
2006 SR 1:57.22 22
USATF Championships
800m Run
2005 JR 1:51.28 22
2006 SR 1:49.64 14
2006 SR 1:47.99 q
2007 POST 1:47.08 q
2007 POST 1:47.25 11
USATF Indoor Championships
800m Run
2007 POST 1:50.15 7
Big 12 Championships
800m Run
2002 FR 1:52.60 17
2003 SO 1:50.32 10
2004 JR 1:51.84 9
2004 JR 1:50.99 q
2006 SR 1:48.13 3
2006 SR 1:49.65 q
4x400 Relay
2004 JR 3:13.84 9
4x440yd Relay
2006 SR 3:13.50 8
Big 12 Indoor Championships
800m Run
2003 SO 1:52.14 5
1000m Run
2004 JR 2:26.28 10
2004 JR 2:26.28 10
2005 SR 2:25.40 3
2005 SR 2:23.44 q
4x400 Relay
2004 JR 3:14.08 7
2005 SR 3:14.40 8
Distance Medley Relay
2004 JR 10:15.46 11
2005 SR 9:47.13 1

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Academic All-Big 12

IN THE NEWS

The sky's the limit
By Steve Walentik of Columbia Daily Tribune written 6/26/2008

Meterologic Rise
By Vahe Gregorian of St. Louis Post-Dispatch written 6/22/2008

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Personal:
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Updated September 2, 2006
* All-American (2005, DMR)
* Two-time USATF Championship qualifier
* Big 12 Champion (2005, DMR)
* Two-Time Drake Relays Champion
* Seven-time All-Big 12
* Three-Time NCAA Regional Qualifier
* Team Co-Captain
* USTCA Academic All-American

Latest Feature Story:
Whole lot of half-milers

By Joe Walljasper of Columbia Daily Tribune written Wednesday, June 22, 2005

PERSONAL BESTS:
INDOOR
600yd, 1:12.78, Tiger Cl. '04
800m, 1:48.39, Alex Wilson '05
1000m, 2:23.44, Big 12 '05
OUTDOOR
800m, 1:47.48, Music City '05
1500m, 3:47.24, Tom Botts '05 (unat.)

PROGRESSION
800m
2003i, 1:52.14, Big 12 Indoor
2003, 1:50.32, Big 12 Outdoor
2004i, 1:50.38, ISU Last Chance
2004, 1:48.64, Northern Iowa Olympic Qualifier
2005i, 1:48.39, Alex Wilson Invitational
2005 (RS), 1:47.48, Music City Distance Festival
2006, 1:47.99, USATF Championship (heats)

2006:
Outdoor: Was on two winning relays at the 97th Drake Relays, winning as the third leg in the 4x800 and as the 800-meter leg in the distance medley relay, splitting under 1:49.5 in each race ... USATF Championship qualifier for second-straight season, moved from the heats round and qualified for the semifinal with season best time of 1:47.99 ... placed third at Big 12 Championships at 800 meters (1:48.13) to earn sixth All-Big 12 honor ... tripped at NCAA Mideast Regional and was prevented from moving to event final and ultimately the NCAA Championships ... winner of Arizona State Invitational 800-meter run.

2005:
Cross Country: Placed 42nd and was the team's third scorer at the Big 12 Championships, clocking a career-best 25:26 8k time ... was 84th at the NCAA Regionals with a 33:30 10k time. Outdoor: Redshirt season ... however ran unattached in several meets including a 1:47.48 clocking at the Music City Distance Carnival that qualified him for the USATF National Championships. Indoor: Was on the All-American, Big 12 Champion, and school record breaking distance medley relay team ... earned all-Big 12 thrice with the DMR, 4x800-relay, and with a third-place finish at 1000 meter ... on winning 4x800-meter relay team at MU-KU-KSU Triangular

2004:
Cross Country: Finished 36th at the Woody Greeno Invitational, third on the team. Outdoor: Qualified for the 800-meter final at the Big 12 Championships, taking ninth place ... NCAA Mideast Regional qualifier in the 800, placed 17th ... improved season-best in the 800 four times throughout season ... rounded out 2004 with another huge personal-best, running in team-best 1:48.64 at a late-June Olympic Trial qualifier at Northern Iowa ... season bests: 1500m, 3:54.91, Missouri Relays Indoor: Placed 10th at the Big 12 Championships with season best of 2:26.28 ... earned All-Big 12 honors with seventh place 4x400 relay team ... improved indoor personal best by two seconds, posting a time of 1:50.38 at the Iowa State qualifier ... season best: 600yd, 1:12.78, Tiger Classic

2003:
Cross Country: Ran for the Tigers in the Bradley Open and finished fourth on the team. Outdoor: Qualified for NCAA Regionals in the 800-meter run by running 1:50.32 at the Big 12 Championships ... had a total of three top five finishes in the 800m. Indoor: All-Big 12 in the 800m after finishing fifth at Big 12 Conference meet (1:52.13) ... placed in the top five in the 800m in three meets.

2002:
Cross Country: Ran two meets for the Tigers ... finished 23rd at Missouri Cross Country Challenge ... Academic All-Big 12 first team. Outdoor: Ran a personal-best, 1:52.40 in the 800m at the Tom Botts Invitational to place third ... ran a 1:52.60 in the 800m prelims at the Big 12 Championships. Indoor: Ran his best of the season in the 800m (1:54.93) at the Iowa State Invitational.

2001:
Cross Country: Redshirt season.

Personal:
Son of Sandra Miller ... a communications major ... named the Vianney High School Athlete of the Year ... in 2004, was tapped into the QEBH society, a high-University honor ... has shown an incredible work ethic and has put up impressive numbers in his four years as a walk-on Tiger ... also is a capable leader, chosen to be a team captain for the past two years ... already graduated from the University with a degree in Atmospheric Science, working on his dual major of communications ... wants to be a television on-air meteorologist in the future ... born December 22, 1982 in St. Louis, Mo.

PERSONAL BESTS:
PERSONAL BESTS:
INDOOR
600yd, 1:12.78, Tiger Cl. '04
800m, 1:48.39, Alex Wilson '05
1000m, 2:23.44, Big 12 '05
OUTDOOR
800m, 1:47.48, Music City '05
1500m, 3:47.24, Tom Botts '05 (unat.)

PROGRESSION
800m
2003i, 1:52.14, Big 12 Indoor
2003, 1:50.32, Big 12 Outdoor
2004i, 1:50.38, ISU Last Chance
2004, 1:48.64, Northern Iowa Olympic Qualifier
2005i, 1:48.39, Alex Wilson Invitational
2005 (RS), 1:47.48, Music City Distance Festival
2006, 1:47.99, USATF Championship (heats)

OTHER CLIPPINGS:
MU's Miller has flair for dramatic finish
By Clinton Thomas of Columbia Missourian written Sunday, January 25, 2004

Not so 'scrawny' anymore
By Brandt Merritt of Columbia Missourian written Sunday, February 27, 2005

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