Bob Miller
Position: The Holekamp Family Coach of Strength and Conditioning
Alma Mater: Southern Connecticut State
Graduating Year: 1994
Experience: 10 Years
Email: Robert.J.Miller@Dartmouth.EDU
The Holekamp Family Strength and Conditioning Coach

The Holekamp Family Strength and Conditioning Coach, Bob Miller joined the Dartmouth staff in March 2001. This position was endowed in 2007 with a gift of $1 million from Kerry and Bill Holekamp '70 of St. Louis, Mo.

From 1999-2001, Miller worked at the University of Iowa, first as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for football before being promoted to assistant coach.

Miller grew up in Stamford, Conn. A 1994 graduate of Southern Connecticut State University where he earned a bachelor's degree in exercise science, he worked at Yale University as an assistant strength and conditioning coach from 1994-1997. At Yale, Miller directly supervised athletes in field hockey, gymnastics, lacrosse and baseball and assisted in training for football, men's and women's basketball and men's hockey.

From 1997-99, he was a graduate assistant at the University of Utah where he directed the training for women's soccer in addition to men's and women's swimming and diving. He also designed individual programs for athletes in football and men's basketball.

Miller is a National Strength Coaches Association certified strength and conditioning coach. He and his wife, Michele, have one daughter, Lauren, and a son, Shane.