Bob Miller, Cuesta College Baseball coachBob begins his seventeenth season as head baseball coach at Cuesta College. Under Miller’s guidance the Cougars have continued the programs rich tradition and success. The Cougars have advanced into playoffs for fourteen of the past sixteen years and have won eight Western State Conference titles. Miller began his career at Cuesta with back-to-back conference titles and he was named the 2003 WSC Coach of the Year after his first season. Miller has also continued Cuesta’s tradition as a launching pad for talented  student-athletes; 74 of his players have moved on to study and play at the four-year level, while 12 have made the jump to the professional ranks. Bob came to Cuesta from Riverside College where he served as the Tiger’s pitching coach for 2002 season. Miller helped guide RCC to a State Championship. Miller also served as an assistant at RCC during the 1993-95 seasons. Bob spent the four summers as the head coach of the Anchorage Glacier Pilots in the prestigious Alaska Baseball League. Miller led the Glacier Pilots to a pair of ABL Championships and to the National Baseball Congress World Series Championship; winning in 2001. He was named the ABL Coach of the Year in both 2001 and 2008. Bob also spent six years (1996-2001) at Oral Roberts University as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. During his tenure the Golden Eagles made four consecutive NCAA regional appearances. Bob has also coached at the University of Redlands and Southwestern Michigan College. Miller received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Redlands in 1989 and his Master’s at the United States Sports Academy in 1992. Bob and his wife Chris live in Paso Robles. They have two daughters, Ande and Megan, who both earned all-conference honors for Cuesta's swimming team.