In July 2014, Scott Miller was announced as Head Coach for men’s soccer and Intramural Program Coordinator. The 2017 season will be his fourth at the helm.

The 2014 soccer season saw the Gryphons face the challenge of their first season as part of the Skyline Conference. Among the team’s accomplishments was the squad’s first win over Cooper Union in the current era (since 2009). Thirteen student-athletes were named to the Skyline Academic Honor Roll, and opponents scored 16 fewer goals against the Gryphons in 2014 compared to 2013.

After the conclusion of his first season, the 2014 SLC men’s soccer team was awarded a College Team Academic Award by the NSCAA. The Gryphons finished the academic year with the fourth-best GPA in Division III and eighth-highest GPA overall among member schools.

In 2015, SLC men’s soccer continued to improve defensively. The Gryphons’ opponents scored 46 percent fewer goals compared to the previous season. Goalkeeper James Berry broke all SLC goalie records and ranked among the top 10 players in NCAA Division III in saves and saves per game.

The 2016 Gryphons had their highest scoring output in the Skyline era with more than 50 percent improvement over the previous season. The team achieved its highest win total since 2011.

Miller comes to Sarah Lawrence after a 10-year stint as head coach at Alfred University. During his tenure, he led the Saxons to a pair of Empire 8 postseason berths and twice qualified for the ECAC Championship Tournament. Miller’s Alfred team was ranked as high as No. 7 in the East Region by the NSCAA.

Miller also brings experience after serving as Alfred’s Intramural Program Director since 2004. He also served coaching stints at George Mason University and Norwich University.

Miller currently holds a USSF National “B” license and received an “A” License in 2005.

Miller is a graduate of Alfred University, having studied business administration. In 2017, he completed a master’s degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University (Calif.).

As a player, Miller was a two-time all-region midfielder at Alfred University and broke the program’s records for career assists and career points. After college, he had a professional playing spell with three teams: the Rochester Rhinos, Vermont Voltage and Arizona Sahuaros.

Miller also coached the Sarah Lawrence men’s tennis team in 2016 and 2017.