Tony Miller enters his fifth season as an assistant coach, responsible for the development of the Mustangs' sprint squad. Miller came to the Hilltop after having spent two years developing the University of North Texas 400M, 800M and 4x400M relay runners.
During his tenure at UNT, Coach Miller contributed to the women's first Indoor Sun Belt Conference Championship and a fifth-place finish on the men's side by leading nine athletes to indoor All-Conference honors in five events. The highlight of his outdoor campaign at UNT was the men's Sun Belt conference championship 4x400 meter relay, which ran the second fastest time in school history, placing fourth and the NCAA Midwest Regional meet, just missing a berth to the NCAA National meet. The women's 4x400 meter relay squad set a new school record and qualified for the NCAA Regional meet, where they placed 10th. Miller led a total of eight athletes to All-Conference honors in five events and several athletes to personal bests in their individual events.
Miller had a stellar collegiate track & field career with the Baylor Bears, competing in the 400 meters, 4x400 and 4x100 meter relays. In addition to three NCAA national titles in the 4x400 meter relay, Miller earned seven Southwest Conference Championship titles. A 15-time All-American, Miller still tops Baylor's list for highest number of combined All-America honors earned in the history of Baylor's track and field program. Miller was a member of the 1995 US Pan-American 4x400 relay team, competed in two US Olympic Trials and was a semi-finalist in the 400 meters at the 1996 trials.
A 1996 graduate of Baylor University, Miller earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and is a USATF Level II Certified Coach.
Miller and his wife, Toinette, reside in Frisco, Texas, and have a son, Cameron and a daughter, Candace.