Todd Miller joined the Belmont Abbey College baseball program as an assistant in 2014. Miller assists in all aspects of the program while focusing on the Crusader's outfielders. He also serves as the Developmental Team's Head Coach and pitching assistant for Coach Chris Anderson.
Miller began coaching as a graduate assistant at Bluffton University and has coached the Lids nationally elite Indiana Bulls. For his work with the 2007 Bluffton team he earned the 2010 NCAA Award of Inspiration. After Bluffton, Miller went on to become an Assistant Coach for Catawba College in 2011. He enjoyed 3 straight 40-win seasons and three trips to the NCAA II regional play. In 2012, Miller was a part of Catawba's Southeast Regional Tournament win and finished fourth at the NCAA Division II College World Series.
Miller played baseball and football at Hanover College, graduating in 2006 with a degree in communications. He was a three-time all-conference pick in baseball, where he was team MVP and captain. Miller also earned all-conference honors in football. In 2008, he earned a master's degree in business administration at Bluffton.
A native of Franklin, Indiana, Miller starred in baseball, basketball, and football at Franklin Community High School. He resides in Salisbury with his wife, Leigh, his daughter Madeline, and his son Brooks.