Entering her first year as the assistant diving coach, Amanda Miller brings a wealth of diving accolades to the table for the Seminoles.
As a well-rounded standout diver at Purdue University, Miller was a four-time All-American. She still is among Purdue's top five athletes on each board.
In 2007, the swimming and diving captain was selected as the Purdue Athlete of the Year after earning three of her four All-America honors at the NCAA Championships. Miller took fourth on both the 1-meter and the platform event, while adding an eighth-place finish on the 3-meter board.
In 2008, Miller was an Olympic Trials finalist, placing ninth in the women's 3-meter springboard event.
A few months prior to her arrival at Purdue, Miller began her coaching experiences at the Northern Virginia Dive Club in Vienna, Va.
She continued to contribute her diving knowledge while enrolled at Purdue when she stayed in West Lafayette over the summers in order to coach the Purdue University Diving Camp from 2004-2008.
Miller was named as the administrative assistant to the diving coach at Purdue in August of 2008, where she ran the operations aspect of the diving team. After a year serving that role, Miller joined the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. as a diving entertainer from 2009-2011.
This season marks the second year for Miller in Tallahassee. She served as a graduate assistant for the 2011-12 season before being named as the assistant to head coach Patrick Jeffrey. She is currently working toward her M.S. degree in sport management where she is expected to graduate in May of 2013.