Miller Douglas
Miller Douglas
Height: 5-8
Weight: 160
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
High School: Westminster
Position: Fly, IM
Major: Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology
Parents: Sandy & Dabney

Career Best Times:

1:45.49 200 Free 2/4/2012 vs. Clemson
50.70 100 Back 2/15/2012 UAA Championships
1:50.73 200 Back 11/29/2012 Miami Invitational
2:14.25 200 Breast 2/4/2012 vs. Clemson
49.31 100 Fly 12/1/2011 Miami Invitational
1:46.64 200 Fly 3/20/2013 NCAA Championships
1:49.69 200 IM 3/21/2012 NCAA Championships
3:54.30 400 IM 3/21/2012 NCAA Championships


2012 All-America 200 Fly 2nd
400 IM 3rd
800 Free Relay 8th
200 Medley Relay 2nd
All-America Honorable Mention 200 IM 9th
UAA Champion 200 Fly
400 IM
200 Medley Relay
400 Medley Relay
All-UAA 200 Fly 1st
400 IM 1st
200 Medley Relay 1st
400 Medley Relay 1st
CSCAA Scholar All-America
2013 NCAA Champion 200 Fly
All-America 200 Fly 1st
200 IM 6th
400 IM 7th
400 Free Relay 7th
200 Medley Relay 3rd
400 Medley Relay 6th
UAA Champion 200 Fly
400 Medley Relay
All-UAA 200 Fly 1st
400 Medley Relay 1st
Capital One Academic All-America First Team
Capital One Academic All-District
NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
CSCAA Scholar All-America

Prior to Emory:

Swam for the University of California - Berkeley for two years before transfering to Emory... For the Golden Bears in 2009, had the team's second-best time in the 200 fly (1:44.61) and fourth-best marks in the 400 IM (3:51.31) and 1000 free (9:38.70)... Swam for the Westminster Schools for four years in high school, serving as the team captain during the 2007-08 season... Was an all-American and a state champion in high school... Helped his team to state championships from 2005-2008... Coached by Pete Higgins in high school... Also competed for the Swim Atlanta club team, where he was coached by Mark Minier... Won the 400 IM and 200 fly at the 2007 Emory Fall Invitational as a high school student...  Qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials... Was the 18 and Under SC National Champion in the 200 fly.


Born June 5, 1989... Served as a volunteer at Grady Hospital.

Why he chose Emory:

"As a transfer student, I chose Emory for its size.  Smaller classes allow for personal student-teacher relationships.  The balance between athletics and academics was key."