in 12 games, making nine starts and three relief appearances ... was 3-6 with a 5.57 ERA ... struck out 48
batters in 53.1 innings ... struck out five in four shutout innings in the season
opener at Elon ... struck out eight in five innings in a win at Longwood ... fanned
11 batters over eight innings for the win at Harvard ... picked up a win in
relief against Columbia ... allowed three runs in 7.1 innings for a win over
2006: Pitched in 18 games,
making 17 of those appearances in relief ... was 2-7 with a 4.95 ERA and three
saves ... struck out 25 batters in 36.1 innings ... earned a two-inning save
against The Citadel for Princeton’s first win ... pitched a scoreless inning at
UNC Greensboro ... saved Princeton’s first Ivy League win at Yale ... notched his
third save of the year at Seton Hall ... picked up late season wins against
Cornell and Lehigh ... pitched four innings in a start at Rutgers.
2005: After seeing work in various
situations early in the season, developed into a setup man in the second half
of the year ... appeared in 16 games, making one start ... went 2-0 with a 2.78 ERA
... pitched 32.1 innings ... shared the
team’s Kellogg Trophy as the team’s top freshman and was named to state’s
all-rookie team ... allowed a hit in four innings to earn his first career win
against Rutgers ... picked up a win after 1.2 innings of perfect relief at Brown
... struck out at least one batter in eight of his last nine appearances.
Attended Forest High School ... was
a three-year letterman in baseball ... posted an 8-1 record as a senior ... was a
member of a district champion team as a sophomore and a region champion as a
junior ... was a member of the National Honor Society, a National Merit Finalist
and his class salutatorian.
Son of Jeff and Carole Miller ... parents both
attended Florida State
... father is a dean and mother is a math teacher ... has two younger brothers:
Brent, a freshman at Central Florida, and
Danny ... born March 23, 1986.