Assistant coach Dan Miller enters his third season with the Nebraska women's gymnastics program in 2014. Miller coaches Nebraska's vault and floor squads.
Miller helped Nebraska's vault and floor lineups continue to dominte in 2013. At the Big Ten Championship meet the Huskers posted four individual vault scores of 9.950 and a team high 49.725, which helped secure them the Big Ten conference title. Miller guided Britanny Skinner to her individual vault appearance at the NCAA Championships, and Emily Wong and Jessie Deziel to earn All-America awards on their events.
During his first season at Nebraska in 2012, Miller guided Jessie DeZiel to first-team All-America honors on floor and second-team honors on vault. He also assisted in the development of Janelle Giblin, who earned first-team honors on vault, and Emily Wong, who earned second-team honors on floor exercise. Under Miller's tutelage, the Huskers garnered a total of 15 floor titles and 14 vault titles throughout 2012.
Before arriving at Nebraska, Miller served as owner and head coach for 12 years at Arena Gymnastics in Joliet, Ill. While at Arena, he coached over 50 Level 10 national qualifiers and 16 national team members. In addition, he has guided six gymnasts to Level 10 all-around championships and qualified more than 20 gymnasts to the Region 5 All-Star Teams. With over 30 years of coaching experience, Miller has seen more than 30 athletes receive full-ride scholarships.
In addition to his tenure at Arena, Miller served on the Region 5 Board and as the Region 5 Camp Director for over 10 years. He has been honored six times as the Region 5 Junior Olympic Coach of the Year and has been awarded the five-and 10-year service award from USA Gymnastics. Miller also served as a coach at Cincinnati Gymnastics and Midwest Gymnastics.
Dan and his wife, Beth, have two sons: Brandon (11) and Kyle (9).
- Assistant Coach, Nebraska (2011-present)
- Head Coach, Arena (1999, 2011)
- Coach, Cincinnati Gymnastics
- Coach, Midwest Gymnastics