Women's Swimming

Dory Miller  
Dory Miller

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Tolland, Conn.

High School:
Tolland

Last College:
Florida International

Height:
5-7

Event:
Back/IM


AS A SOPHOMORE:
  • Transfer from Florida International University
  • Had a great meet against Holy Cross; won the 200 yard backstroke (2:15.69) and IM (2:18.18), finished second in the 100 yard back (1:04.49)
  • Finished sixth in the 200 yard backstroke in the MAAC Championships (2:10.70)
  • Named to MAAC All-Academic Team

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Attended Florida International University as a member of the swim team
  • The first transfer under coach Kueterman's reign
  • A Junior National Qualifier in the 200 meters backstroke and a Super Sectional Qualifier in five different races
  • Graduated in the top three percent of her class
  • Elected president of the National Honor Society
  • Named a three-time Connecticut Scholar Athlete, while earning the High Academic Excellence Award for Spanish and Marketing

PERSONAL:
  • Daughter of Steven and Sheri Miller
  • Majoring in Chemistry with the career objective to be an anesthesiologist or pediatric oncologist
  • Chose Siena because of the great sense of community and pride and the strong science and academic program and the many opportunities that will prepare her for medical school.

KUETERMAN ON MILLER:
    "Dory will be a great addition to our program. She can swim a variety of events and I look forward to watching her progress."
GETTING TO KNOW DORY MILLER:
    Major: Chemistry
    Minor: Physics
    Twitter Handle:@dory_miller
    Nickname: Doroform or Dor
    My dream car: Yellow Camaro with two black stripes just like Bumblebee in Transformers
    Sport/Position I always wanted to try: Basketball
    My biggest fear: Snakes!
    If I was stuck on a deserted island, the one thing I would bring: My Nemo pillow
    If I could meet anyone, it would be: Spiderman
    Favorite Class at Siena College: Analytical Chemistry
    Sports Teams: Siena Saints, Maryland Terps, and UCONN Huskies
    Pro Athlete: Joe Flacco
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