Wes Miller Biography

Wes Miller is a hardworking and respectable American Basketball Coach of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is currently the longest-tenured head coach in the Southern Conference. In 2012 and 2018 he has been twice awarded as Southern Conference Coach of the Year.

Early Life

Warren Weston Miller known as Wes Miller was born on 28th January 1983 in Greensboro, North Carolina, United States of America. The name of his father is Kenneth D. Miller and the name of his mother has not been shared.  He has a sibling whose name is Walker Miller. He went to Charlotte Country Day School and New Hampton School from where he completed his high school high education. For his further and higher studies, he enrolled himself at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Later he decided to focus only on playing and nurturing his skills in basketball.

Wes Miller Career

He began his career by playing at James Madison Dukes Men’s Basketball and was later transferred to North Carolina. After his graduation, he played a season for the London Capitals of the British Basketball League. For a year he played as a professional for the England team and was later hired as an assistant coach at Elon University. Later he was hired at High Point University and joined the staff of their new head coach named Scott Cherry.

In 2010, he moved to another university named the University of North Carolina at Greensboro as an assistant coach. Later he filled the position of head coach at the College of Idaho.  In 2011 he became the interim head coach for a team named Spartans. He worked hard with the team and made them won first place in Southern Conference North Division. On 6th March 2012, the University of North Carolina Greensboro announced publicly about Miller being their full-time head coach. Recently on 29th December 2018, he has been listed as the history of UNCG where their team has won 125 games.

Miller will be continuing to train the players for their upcoming matches. He has been giving a lot of interviews about the pre and post-match. As a coach his team has won many matches, so he would like to keep his focus on the same. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, his matches have been postponed and will be rescheduled.

Wes Miller Biography

Real Name Warren Weston Miller
Birth Date 28 January 1983
Age 38 Years
Birth Place Greensboro, North Carolina, United States
Nationality American
Profession Basketball Coach
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimetres – 175 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 80 kg  –  in Pounds –  176 lbs
Chest Size 41 inches
Waist Size 36 inches
Biceps Size 16 inches
Shoe Size 10 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Hazel
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Not Known
Mother Not Known
Sister Not Known
Brother Walker Miller

Qualification/Education

School Not Known
College University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Is he a Gay? No
Wife? Ashley Love
Children None

Personal Life

He met Ashley Love at one of his games and later in 2011 the couple tied a knot in a private ceremony. The couple has not shared much about their relationship. They like to keep it private and away from the media but they do share pictures of each other on their social media account.

Wes Miller Net Worth

Wes has earned a lot from his coaching career as he worked at many institutions. Along with that, he has earned a lot as a Basketball player. According to sources his net worth has been estimated at around $1 million. The other sources of his income are from his sponsors and event appearances.

Trivia

  • His father was a long-time donor at Wake Forest Basketball.
  • He graduated with a degree in Political Science.
  • After graduation, he wrote a book named The Road to Blue Heaven about his experience at the University of North Carolina.
  • He also hired his teammate named Jackie Manuel as staff at UNCG.
  • Wes has played 123 games in his career.
  • In the 2003-04 seasons he was a redshirt during the season.
  • In 2005 he won National Collegiate Athletic Association Championship.

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