Graduate Assistant Strength Coach
A phenomenal athlete as a member of Arkansas’ track
and field team, like fine wine, Gi-Gi Miller has only gotten better
with age. Since exhausting her competitive eligibility and graduating
with a degree in criminal justice, Miller joined the Lady Razorback
weight room staff in an effort to get her masters degree and train
for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
Miller has partially accomplished her goals as she earned her masters in adult
education last December, but it is what she has done on the track in the heptathlon
that could complete the circle for the Miami, Fla., native. In the spring of
2004, Miller scored a personal best 6,063 points in the heptathlon to make the
Olympic ‘A’ standard for the Athens games. If she is to finish in
the top three at the U.S. Olympic trials, she would earn a ticket to where the
As a Lady Razorback, Miller became the first Lady Razorback to win a national
championship in a field event when she took the 2001 indoor triple jump title
at the Randal Tyson Track Center. A four-time all-American, she continues to
own nine Arkansas school records in the triple jump and heptathlon.
Miller is the daughter of Everett and Vera Miller.