Cross Country

Nick Miller  
Nick Miller

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Endwell, N.Y.

High School:
Maine-Endwell


AS A FRESHMAN: Top Saints finisher in the Northeast Regional, averaging 5:20 for a final time of 33:09.5...Participated in the Nassaney Invitational (9/8) finished inside the top-50 overall with a final time of 27:38.2...Ran in the Br. Doyle Meet of Champions (9/15) with a final time of 27:13 in the 8K event... Finished 8th in the UAlbany Invitational (9/29), averaging a 5:19 mile for a final time of 26:26...Competed in the MAAC Championships (10/27) finishing the 8K in a time of 26:41.07.

BEFORE SIENA: Attended Maine-Endwell High School... All-Division, All-Conference, All-State in high school... Sportsmanship Award Winner.

PERSONAL: Born August 31, 1993...Son of Jeff and Cheryl Miller...Has two brothers Derek, 23 (George Washington) and Justin, 18...Enjoys playing the guitar and videogames...Career objective is to enter the Physical Therapy industry.

PRs:

800 meters (indicate if relay split): 1:57 (relay)
1500/1600/mile (indicate which one, and if relay split): 4:27 1600
5k (indicate if XC or track): 16:20 XC
8k (men only): 29:12 in a tempo workout

GETTING TO KNOW NICK MILLER:

Favorite sports team: Philadelphia Eagles

Favorite Olympic sport to watch: Track and Field, preferably the distance events

Favorite book: Once a Runner

Favorite movie: Anchorman

Favorite TV show: Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead

Favorite TV show growing up: Drake and Josh

Favorite food: My mom's homemade mac and cheese

If I could travel anywhere, I would go to: Europe

Another sport I like to follow at Siena is: Basketball

Obscure/random fact about you: I do not eat any fruit

Any superstitions? In high school, I had to sit in the third to last seat back on the bus when we traveled to a meet.

My proudest sports moment is: Placing second at our conference championship, and leading our team to its first conference championship in 40 years.

Career Plans: I plan to go into the medical field

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