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Katie Miller
Katie  Miller


Cranberry Township, Pa.

High School:
Seneca Valley




Virginia Has 305 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 3,967 student-athletes recognized

Virginia Career Bests
50 Free:
100 Free: 51.93
200 Free: 1:52.71
100 Back: 59.67

• Placed 14th in 200-yard freestyle in career-best 1:52.71 at ECAC Championships
• Set career-best marks in 50 free (24.07) and 100 backstroke (59.67) at UGA Fall Invitational
• Posted seson-best time in 100 free (52.24) at UGA Fall Invite
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll


• Set career-best times in the 50 free (24.14), 100 free (51.93) and 200 free (1:54.47) at the Georgia Fall Invitational
• Posted a season-best mark in the 100 back (1:00.52) at the Georgia Fall Invitational
• Recognized on ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Placed 13th in the 50 free and seventh in the 100 free at the Cavalier Invite
• Set season-best times in the 50 free (24.40) and 100 free (52.26) at the Cav Invite
• Finished 23rd in the 100 free at the Ohio State Invite
• Swam a season-best time of 59.87 in the 100 back at the OSU Invite
• Recognized on ACC Academic Honor Roll

• USA Swimming Scholastic All-American
• 2013 All-Pennsylvania Honorable Mention
• Five-time Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League medalist
• Two-time PIAA state qualifier
• Named female MVP of Seneca Valley for 2011-12 and 2012-13
• Four-year Scholar Athlete at SVHS
• Member of the National Honor Society
• 2013 National Merit Scholar Finalist and Scholarship Recipient
• 2013 National AP Scholar

• Daughter of Carolyn and Dan Miller
• Has a younger sister, Alex
• Father, Dan, rowed for Penn from 1983-85


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