SAN DIEGO STATE 2014-15
Was named to the all-Mountain West team in the 200 freestyle as well as both the 400 and 800 freestyle relays … Placed fifth in the final of the 200 freestyle at the conference meet in 1:48.56 … Was also on SDSU’s third-place 800 freestyle squad that went 7:10.21, the second-fastest time in program history … In addition, was a member of the Aztecs’ 400 free relay team that took third in 3:18.43, third-best time ever for the Aztecs … Her time of 50.52 in the 100 freestyle at the MW Championships ranked as the seventh-fastest ever for an Aztec swimmer in the event … Also recorded her season-best time in the 200 individual medley (2:02.94) at the conference meet … Went on to compete in the 400 free relay at the NCAA Championships where SDSU’s mark of 3:17.34 was the second-fastest in program history … At the dual meet vs. Pacific on Jan. 24, her 400 free relay team recorded the seventh-best time ever at the Aztec Aquaplex (3:27.76) … A member of the Mountain West All-Academic team.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2013-14
Earned all-Mountain West honors in the 200 freestyle at the conference meet on Feb. 19 ... Finished fifth in that event with a time of 1:47.24 ... That time ranks as the fourth-fastest in program history ... Was also all-conference as a member of the 800 freestyle relay team at the MW Championships that won the event in 7:06.64 and set a school record in the process ... Recorded a time of 2:01.49 in the 200 individual medley at the league meet on Feb. 20, a mark that ranks as the fifth-fastest ever by an SDSU swimmer ... Was on the 400 free relay quad that turned in the eight-fastest time at the Aztec Aquaplex (3:28.39) on Jan. 25 in the meet vs. University of San Diego ... Registered three second-place and two third-place finishes in individual events during the season ... Placed second in the 100 free in 51.85 on Jan. 10 vs. Colorado State, North Texas and Tulane ... Finished second in the 200 free on two occasions: Jan. 10 (1:52.58) and Jan. 25 (1:53.10) ... Was honored as a member of the 2014 Mountain West All-Academic Team.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2012-13
Turned in a pair of SDSU all-time top 10 times during the 2013 Mountain West Championships ... Went 50.32 in the 100 freestyle, fifth-fastest time in program history ... Also had a mark of 1:49.83 in the 200 freestyle, a time that ranks seventh on the Aztec top times list ... Was also a member of the 400 freestyle relay team that recorded a time of 3:20.88 at the Arena Invitational, fourth-fastest time in school history ... Part of the 800 free relay quartet that went 7:29.86 at that same meet, sixth-fastest for an SDSU team ... During the season record a pair of first-place finishes, a second and three thirds ... Member of the Mountain West All-Academic Team
Four-year varsity swimming letterwinner at Westlake High School in Westlake, Calif. ... Coached there by Todd Irmas and Shannon Breeze ... Set four school records during her career ... Was named an NISCA High School All-American in both the 50 and 100 freestyle as a junior and senior ... Her All-American times as a senior included 23.66 in the 50 free and 50.95 in the 100 free ... As a senior finished fourth at the 2012 CIF Division 1 Championships in the 100 freestyle (50.95) and eighth in the 50 free (23.76) ... As a junior, her marks of 23.59 in the 50 free and 50.82 in the 100 free earned her third-place finishes in both events at the 2011 CIF meet in Long Beach. Both of those times established school record and she was also amber of the 400 free relay quartet that set a new Westlake HS mark ... also competed in water polo and soccer for Westlake HS ... an Honors Athlete and member of the National Honor Society.
Savannah Louise Miller was born June 12, 1994, in Westlake Village, Calif. ... Daughter of John and Elizabeth Miller ... Older brother, Zack, is a swimmer at Cal State Bakersfield ... Younger brother, Luke, is a high school water polo player ... Was also recruited by Washington State, UCLA, San Jose State, UC Santa Barbara, Oregon State, Cornell and Yale ... Majoring in food and nutrition at San Diego State.