Athletics News

Andrea Miller
Andrea  Miller
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Andrea Miller begins her fifth year working with the North Texas sports medicine staff as an assistant athletic trainer.

Miller is beginning her third year with the soccer team and spending her first two years with the women's basketball team. In addition to her duties with the women's soccer team, MIller oversees the athletic trainer graduate assistants for volleyball and softball.

She joins the North Texas athletics staff after spending two years as the assistant athletic trainer at the University of Texas-Pan American. Miller was also the clinical coordinator for the students in the Athletic Training Internship Program.

Prior to her time at UTPA, Miller spent one year as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of South Florida. She worked with the cross country, track and field, and football teams for the Bulls.

Miller began her career as a graduate assistant at Florida International University. Her assignment as a graduate assistant was with three high schools as the head athletic trainer. She received her master's of science in post professional athletic training from FIU in April 2009. She also obtained her certification in Florida as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic in May 2009.

Originally from Austin, Texas, Miller moved to Statesboro, Georgia to attend college. She earned her bachelor's of science insports medicine/athletic training from Georgia Southern University in December 2006. She was a student athletic trainer with men's soccer, women's basketball, softball, and the football teams. Miller was honored with The Outstanding Sports Medicine/Athletic Training Major Award in 2006.

Miller was certified by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification in 2007. She was licensed by the State of Florida from 2007-2010 and by the State of Texas in 2010. She holds certification as a Red Cross Instructor for CPR and AED for the Professional Rescuer and Healthcare Provider, as well as First Aid and Bloodbourne Pathogens.