Steve Miller enters his seventh year as the Sports Information Director at Worcester State University.
Miller is responsible for publicizing the departments 20 varsity sports to the local, regional and national media while he also is in charge of updating and maintaining the athletics website, record books and other miscellaneous duties.
While at Worcester State, Miller has also worked several NCAA Division III Regionals as an official scorekeeper or athletics corespondent for 2012 Middlebury Women's Soccer Regional, the 2012 Mansfield Baseball Regional at Eastern Connecticut, the 2013 and 2012 Worcester Men's Basketball First-Second Round Regional at WPI and the 2014, 2013 and 2011 Harwich Baseball Regional hosted by the ECAC.
Miller was also the official inputter for the Division III National Field Hockey Semifinals and Championship at Nichols in the Fall of 2011 and during the summer of 2013 and 2014, he worked as the official scorekeeper for the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League. He also has experience scoring semi-professional baseball contests for the Brockton Rox and Worcester Tornadoes.
Previous to being at Worcester State, Miller was the Assistant to the Sports Information Director at Bridgewater State during the spring of 2008 and he served as a sports information intern at WPI during the fall of 2007.
Miller, a 2008 graduate of Bridgewater State, got his start in the collegiate ranks as a team manager for the men's basketball team from 2003-07, the baseball team from 2004-08 and he was the manager of the football team for legendary head coach Peter Mazzaferro during the fall of 2003.
In addition to serving his duties for the athletics department, Miller was the ace sports and news reporter for BSU's student-run newspaper, The Comment, from the winter of 2004 up until he left his position as a senior staff writer in 2008.
In the spring of his senior year at Bridgewater State, Miller was handed out the Bridgewater State Athletic Directors "Award of Graditude" for his outstanding service to the athletics department.
Miller graduated from Bridgewater State with his BS in Political Science and he is currently pursuing his Masters in History at Worcester State.