Ashley Miller
Ashley Miller

Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

High School:
North Myrtle Beach

Major:
Exercise Science


10/11/2013

Mill Breaks Record; Gamecocks Take Royal Cross Country Challenge Crown

Eleven of the top 18 Division I runners hailed from South Carolina

10/02/2013

South Carolina Takes Gamecock Invitational #2 Behind Strong Sophomores

Brandy Wybersky, Allie Whitley and Alex Mullin all finish in the top five

Deans Scholar
Palmetto Fellowship Scholar

2013 Cross Country (Sophomore): Ran in two events, finishing 10th in the Gamecock Invitational #2 two-mile race in 12:31.75 and 76th overall in the Royal XC Challenge (19:25.9).

2013 Track & Field (Freshman): Made the Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll ... Completed one indoor race, finishing fourth in the USC Indoor #2 800-meter run (2:42.29) ... Also started the 1,500m in the Weems Baskin Invite outdoors, but did not finish.

2012 Cross Country (Freshman): Did not compete ... Made the 2012 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.

High School: Compiled 12 letters across basketball, track and field and cross country at North Myrtle Beach High School ... Helped her track team win two region crowns (2007 & 2011), winning three races in 2007 (800m, 1600m and 4x800m relay) ... Part of four 4x400m relay and three 4x800m region-winning teams ... Posted a 2:14 for her top 800m time ... Won three region cross country team titles at NMBHS (2007-09) ... Three-time track team MVP ... Named the school's most valuable female senior athlete and a scholar-athlete in 2010-11 and an Iron Chief for competing in three sports for four years ... Captained four teams in her time ... A member of the National Honor Society, National Senior Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, National English Honor Society and National Science Honor Society ... A Palmetto Fellows scholarship winner while also snagging the Mildred Ward Athletic Scholarship in 2011.

Personal: The daughter of Robert and Tammy Miller, Ashley has one sibling, Brandon ... Picked South Carolina over North Carolina, Clemson, College of Charleston, Wofford and Campbell because she felt she could grow academically and athletically.

Cross Country - 9/13/14
Women's Cross Country | 09/13/2014
Cross Country - 9/13/14
Women's Cross Country | 09/13/2014
Cross Country - 9/11/14
Women's Cross Country | 09/11/2014
Cross Country - 8/30/14
Women's Cross Country | 08/30/2014
Cross Country - 8/30/14
Women's Cross Country | 08/30/2014