Gabe Miller arrived at Valpo as Associate Director of Sports Performance prior to the 2022-2023 season after spending the previous year as the Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning at Central Michigan University, where he worked with the football program in addition to directing strength & conditioning for softball and gymnastics. Prior to that, he served as a strength & conditioning coach for the University of Michigan football program from June 2020 to February 2021.
In his role at Valpo, Miller serves as the strength & conditioning coach for the football and women's basketball programs.
Miller also gained experience at Saginaw Valley State University from May 2019 to June 2020, serving in a variety of roles within the football program including strength & conditioning. He originally joined the Saginaw Valley State athletic department in January 2017 as a professional intern for strength & conditioning. He also served as the co-head strength & conditioning coach for the Saginaw Spirit professional hockey team from September 2018 to April 2019.
Miller earned his bachelor’s degree from Saginaw Valley State in May 2019 with a degree in exercise science and a minor in general business. He was a football student-athlete as an h-back and long snapper while also contributing on special teams.
What They’re Saying About Coach Miller
Alex Curtis, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach, Central Michigan University: "Gabe has good experience. He comes from winning programs and quality strength & conditioning programs at the University of Michigan and at Central Michigan University. He’s seen success at the power-5 level and the group-of-5 level. One thing that really stood out to me here at Central Michigan was Gabe’s ability to form relationships with the players. He also forms good relationships with the staff members; I enjoyed working with him and we have a great relationship. He’s a competitor. He likes to compete and it’s apparent, even playing pickup basketball, he goes all out. He brings that edge to the weight room.”