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Haley Miller

Assistant Coach - Colgate Women's Soccer

Haley Miller was named an assistant coach for Colgate Women’s Soccer in February 2020.

In her first season at Colgate, Miller helped lead the Raiders to their first Patriot League championship appearance since 2014. Colgate hosted the title match for the first time since 2012 after capping the regular season with back-to-back shutouts and knocking off Boston University 1-0 in double-overtime in the tournament semifinals.
The Raiders posted a 4-3-2 overall record, including a 3-3-1 mark in Patriot League play. Miller aided in the development of seven All-Patriot League selections, including one First Team member, four Second Team honorees, and two Third Team selections.
Miller joined the Raiders after two seasons as a volunteer assistant at Penn State. She helped lead the Nittany Lions to a pair of NCAA Tournaments, including a quarterfinal appearance in 2018, with a 35-13-2 overall record and 17-5 Big Ten mark during her two seasons.

During her time at Penn State, Miller was responsible for assisting with film breakdown, opposition scout, planning and implementations of daily training sessions, individual film review, and team travel itineraries.
Miller prior to Penn State spent the 2017 season as an assistant at her alma mater, James Madison, where she helped lead the Dukes to nine wins. Before returning to her alma mater, she spent two seasons as an assistant coach with at Villanova. Miller served as the interim head coach from October-December 2016 and primarily worked with goalkeepers while assisting with game film and scout breakdown during her two years with the Wildcats.

As a student-athlete at James Madison from 2010-13, Miller was a standout both on and off the field for the Dukes. She garnered the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Commissioner's Academic award in all four of her years and was named a James Madison Athletics Director Scholar-Athlete three times.

As a midfielder for the Dukes, she played in 68 matches, which included 27 starts, scoring five goals and recording six assists. With Miller as the team captain in 2013, James Madison posed a 15-5-1 record and won the CAA regular season title.

A two-time graduate of James Madison, Miller earned a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary liberal studies with a special education minor in 2014 and a Master of Arts and Teaching (MAT) in special education in 2015.