By Conor Glennon ‘20

Senior Crusader swimmer Seth Miller has been nothing short of exceptional over the past four years.

As a Crusader, Miller has been a premier student-athlete. From winning Crusader of the Month to dominating the waters, he has done it all.

Miller said, “The swim team at Rice has an amazing atmosphere and has helped form me into the teammate I am today. Through all four years I have learned to balance academics and athletics, be a leader, and discover the true meaning of hard work. These attributes have helped form me into a true athlete who is proud to represent myself, my family, and my school.”

Miller will be fortunate enough to continue his athletic and academic careers at the University of Iowa. He will join the Hawkeyes as they compete in the Big 10 conference. He looks to grow with this special opportunity.

Miller said, “The number one thing I’m most excited about at Iowa is seeing how I’ll develop athletically with an amazing team that I get to call my Hawkeye family. I most look forward to seeing how I’ll develop as a person as I graduate and become an adult.” A new home, but a home nonetheless.

Finding a place to call home is never easy, but Miller is confident he chose the right place. He said, “After taking all my visits here, I instantly knew Iowa was the place for me and was ready for it to become home for the next four years. The team had unmatched chemistry unlike any of the other schools I visited, and that’s what was most important to me. Academically, being a Big 10 school is a giant plus because I plan to study a form of engineering. Iowa was just the perfect fit for me, and I knew that instantly after visiting.”

Miller will look to implement the concepts he learned at Brother Rice while transitioning into his next chapter. Look for Miller to be exceptional on his journey to becoming a student-athlete for the Hawkeyes.