Monday, July 6, 2015

Alumnus Joins WNBA Coaching Staff

Photo courtesy of the LA Sparks' Facebook page
Two time WNBA champions, the Los Angeles Sparks have added Baldwin Wallace alumnus Curt Miller '90 to the coaching staff as professional women's basketball sees action for a the 2015 season which runs through September.

Miller, a 2015 Alumni Merit Award Winner, earned his BA in health and physical education and business administration. Early in his coaching career, he coached collegiate women's basketball teams at Colorado State, Cleveland State and Syracuse. Miller spent 11 seasons as the head coach at Bowling Green State University and most recently spent two years as head coach at Indiana University. 

Off of the court, Miller has served on the Women's Basketball Coach's Association Board of Directors, the NCAA Women's Basketball National Rules Committee and was chair of the Women's Basketball Coach's Association Russell National Coach of the Year committee. During his time at BGSU, Miller lead his team to eight Mid-American Conference titles and was named MAC Coach of the Year six times. 

Miller joins the WNBA's winningest head coach, Brian Agler, in leading the Sparks.