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Stacey Miller

Stacey  Miller

Associate Athletic Director of Student/Services

Alma Mater:
Barton College


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Stacey Miller came to Western Carolina in 2010 as the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance, working directly with both the Southern Conference and NCAA as WCU's liaison. During the summer of 2013, her title changed to Assistant Athletic Director for Academics & Compliance, while also assuming the role of Senior Woman Administrator. In addition to continuing to work with WCU's compliance, she also took over WCU's Student-Athlete Academic Support programs. She also works directly with WCU's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

In 2017, Miller was elevated to the role of Associate AD for Student/Services where she now oversees WCU's student-athlete support services and student-athlete development, while also serving as the primary sport contact for softball, women's tennis, and women's golf.

Prior to getting back into intercollegiate athletics, Miller taught business and law courses at the high school level from 2007-2010 and also worked with at-risk students through the public education system.

Miller is a 2002 graduate of Barton College in Wilson, N.C., with a Bachelor of Science degree while majoring in sport management with a minor in business administration. While at Barton, Miller was a four-year letter winner on the women's soccer team and was the program's first-ever All-America selection helping the Bulldogs compile a 46-27-2 overall record during her career. In her senior season, Barton won the regular season and tournament championships of the Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference (CVAC) and hosted the NCAA Division II South Regional championship match.

Miller later coached Barton's women's soccer program, guiding the Bulldogs to a 38-31-1 record as the team's head coach from 2004-06. She was inducted into the Barton College Athletics Hall of Fame in 2012.

In 2006, Miller completed the requirements for her Master's degree in sport administration from East Carolina.

Miller, who is a member of both the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics (N4A), is married to WCU's current head women's soccer coach, Chad Miller. The couple has two sons, Thomas and Carson.