McCasland Adds Two Assistants To Coaching Staff
In 2017-18, Miller was a part of a 12-win improvement at North Texas, fifth-best in the nation, and helped the team earn 20 wins. The Mean Green won the 2018 College Basketball Invitational after going 5-1 in the postseason tournament.
Miller spent one season at Arkansas State, helping secure a 20-win season, including eight non-conference wins over Division I opponents. Miller was a part of the second biggest turnaround in NCAA Division I as the Red Wolves had a 10-win improvement in 2016-17.
Before ASU, Miller spent one season as an assistant coach at
Omaha, which ranked fourth nationally in scoring offense (85.3 points per game), finished third in the Summit League. The Mavericks ranked fifth nationally in steals per game (9.4) and 12th nationally in turnovers forced per game (15.8).
Prior to joining the staff at Omaha, Miller was
Miller directed NMJC to a 23-9 record in his final season, which included a run to the semifinals of the Region V Tournament. In his first two seasons, Miller guided the Thunderbirds to a 54-14 record and two consecutive trips to the NJCAA National Tournament. Under Miller’s guidance, the 2013 team won the Region V Championship, securing the first national tournament bid for the Thunderbirds in 17 years.
Miller spent three seasons as assistant coach at NMJC before being named the head coach. Before NMJC, Miller, a native of Colorado, served as the assistant coach under coach Pat Eberhart for four years at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Before he arrived at CSU-Pueblo, Miller served as an intern for the Arizona State University men's basketball program and as a manager for the Colorado State University men's basketball team, where he obtained his Bachelor’s degree. Miller went on to earn his Master’s degree from
He is married to the former Darlene Tafoya and the couple have two daughters, Mia and Maci.