After 13 years, and guiding his Lady Dukes to two state championships, Mike Miller is stepping down as head coach of the Gloucester High School field hockey team.
Miller made the announcement following the team’s 2021 season, which ended last month when the Gloucester girls fell by a 2-1 margin to the eventual state champions from Cox High School in the regional championship game.
Miller said that said that he’s already starting to miss hockey, but is excited to spend more time with his family. He leaves behind a legacy highlighted by VHSL state championships in 2015 and 2018.
Winning those titles, he said, was a remarkable feeling. He attributes the many years of success to the great girls he coached and the coaching staff that supported him all these years.
Miller joined the GHS field hockey program 20 years ago after watching daughters Ashley and Brittany play for Gloucester. During Brittney’s last season, Miller said he was the assistant coach. He became so involved wi...
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