Indy grad Miller shares Vandy record, for now
By Marcus Stone, Sports Editor
Former Independence High School standout Brian Miller has left his mark at the next level, matching Vanderbilt’s single-season save record with No. 11 in the Commodores’ 5-1 win over Georgia April 21.
He now sits along side Ryan Rote’s 2004 season and Navery Moore’s 2011 campaign. Moore is a familiar name around Williamson County, being a Battle Ground Academy graduate.
A 6-foot-4 sophomore who throws from multiple arm angles, Miller has a .72 earned run average on the season in 22 appearances. He also has five wins on the season.
Miller did not get to pitch in Vanderbilt’s following game, a 10-2 win over Louisville on April 23. His next opportunity comes with a three-game series at Hawkins Field against Mississippi State April 26-28.
Vanderbilt has a record of 36-6, 16-2 on the season and is currently ranked fourth in the USA Today Baseball Top 25 Coaches Poll.
Posted on: 4/23/2013