The 2014 season will mark Courtney Miller's 20th year as head coach of the Raiders softball program. During her tenure, she has built a nationally recognized program, including winning the 2012 Florida Region VIII State Tournament and placing eighth at the NJCAA National Tournament in St. George, Utah. Miller was name the Florida College System Activites Association (FCSAA) 2012 Coach of the Year, and the Raiders were named the women's Academic Team of the Year for all sports in the FCSAA.
Miller has coached three FCSAA Players of the Year, along with 193 All-Conference players, 36 All-State players, and 18 All-America players. Her teams also excel in the classroom, with 167 players earning Academic All-Conference honors, 99 earning Academic All-State honors, and 72 garnering Academic All-American honors during her tenure. In 2012, the NJCAA ranked her team eighth in the nation academically.
Miller begins the 2014 season with an overall record of 790-503-4, just 10 wins shy of her 800th career victory. She has led the Raiders to 13 consecutive trips to the FCSAA State Tournament.
Miller is a graduate of Missouri State University, where she played softball for two years. Before that, she played basketball and softball at Crowder Community College and helped lead the Roughriders to second- and fourth-place national softball finishes, respectively.
In addition to her role as head coach, Miller is a full-time professor at Seminole State, teaching courses in Health and Wellness.