CHAD MILLER BASEBALL COACHING STAFF


CHAD MILLER

Head Coach

Miller is the head coach at Midland University in Nebraska. In his third season, he came to the Warriors after building Viterbo University into a championship team. Named the 2014 Midwest Collegiate Conference Baseball Coach of the Year, he led Viterbo to its first season conference championship, first conference tournament championship, and first national tournament berth in the program's history.  While there he achieved the most wins and averaged the most wins per season of any head baseball coach in the history of the university.

Additionally, Miller has spent the last five seasons as Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks in the elite Cape Cod Summer League. Initially hired to build a roster of 30 top NCAA Division I professional baseball prospects, he helped lead the team to a No.1 ranking in national summer baseball polls, the most wins in the league, and the first division championship in franchise history.

Miller has also excelled as a top-level talent evaluator. Most recently, he served as Associate Professional Baseball Scout for Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals. While there he identified and evaluated professional baseball prospects to play at the major league level. His duties also included planning and executing tryout camps, administering skills testing evaluations, and identifying high-level talent.

In addition to building championships on the collegiate diamond, Miller has made a lasting positive impact throughout the community. He helped create and facilitate the largest instructional fall baseball league in Western Wisconsin for players in grades 1-12. He also initiated relationships with community partners that resulted in youth camps, leagues, and volunteer coaching for 450 of the area's youth baseball and softball players.

Miller holds a bachelor degree from Viterbo University and a Master's of Science in Exercise and Sports Science from University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.


Other coaches leading the 2017 teams will be released closer to the event.  They will be current college baseball coaches providing you a high level of coaching and instruction.



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