Brian MillerLead Practice Coach & 17 Grey Assistant Coach
As a high school student-athlete, Dr. Brian Miller had the opportunity to compete on WPIAL and PIAA Championship teams at the North Allegheny School District. He was recognized as a two-time WPIAL Co-MVP and two-time first team All PIAA selection. Brian was a national “Fab 50” player and became a four-year letter-winner at Penn State University. At PSU, he was elected co-captain in his junior and senior years. He participated in four NCAA Final Four Championship tournaments including the 1994 NCAA Men’s Volleyball National Championship team and 1995 NCAA National Runner-up.
With a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science, Dr. Brian Miller taught Health and Physical Education for five years at North Allegheny School District. He also coached boys volleyball, girls volleyball, and boys basketball. Brian earned two master’s degrees in educational leadership and business administration. He earned a doctor of education degree from Duquesne University. For the past nineteen years, he has served in a variety of administrative positions at North Allegheny School District and Pine-Richland School District. He is primarily responsible for practice design and facilitation at Revolution. On a limited basis, he has continued to provide individual and small group lessons.