Jonathan Miller is in his third season as Grove City College's head women's water polo coach. The College hired Miller in August 2009 as head women's water polo coach and assistant swimming and diving coach.

In 2010, Miller made an immediate impact upon the Wolverine program as he guided Grove City to the inaugural Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Division III title. Grove City went 10-0 in the conference, 17-14 overall, and ultimately placed fourth at the Collegiate III National Championships.

For his efforts, Miller earned CWPA Coach of the Year distinction. Three players earned All-America honors following the 2010 season: Amanda Johnston, Kate Stiebler and Amanda Thompson. Thompson captured the conference's MVP award and Johnston earned CWPA Division III Rookie of the Year.

Last season, the Wolverines went 17-12 overall and won their second straight CWPA Division III title. Chelsea Johnson earned First Team ACWPC Division III All-America honors and Lauren Baur earned the CWPA's Division III Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.

Miller, a native of Fresno, Calif., joined the Grove City staff after spending the 2008-09 academic year as assistant men's and women's water polo coach at California Baptist University.

Miller is a 2008 graduate of California Baptist and earned four letters as a goalkeeper for CBU's men's water polo team. He graduated as the program's all-time leader in saves with 1,025. Miller also owns the program's single-game saves record, 22, set against Pepperdine in 2007.

During his career, California Baptist compiled an 86-55 overall record.

He has helped Grove City's men's and women's swimming and diving teams each earn three straight Presidents' Athletic Conference titles.

He earned a bachelor's degree in kinesiology and finished his master of science degree in kinesiology at California Baptist. Miller owns the rank of assistant professor of physical education and exercise science at the College. He lives in Grove City.

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