Princeton picked up an incredibly versatile and talented swimmer when Heidi Miller of the Fox Chapel Killer Whales and The Ellis School in Pittsburgh, PA verbally committed to be a Tiger.
Miller is one of those athletes who can do just about anything. She is one of the nation’s top 50, 100 and 200 freestylers but can also be competitive in the 100 back, breast or fly. Not surprisingly, then, her 200 IM is also one of the country’s best.
She should be an immediate impact player for the Tigers: her times in at least four events would have put her in A finals of the 2013 Ivy League Championships, and she will be a welcome addition to Princeton’s already-strong relays.
Heidi Miller’s short course times are:
50 free 22.90
100 free 49.76
200 free 1:48.11
500 free 4:55.43
100 back 56.66
100 breast 1:04.84
100 fly 56.30
200 IM 2:00.88
A strong long course swimmer as well, Miller had two top-eight finishes, in the 100 free (56.23) and the 200 IM (2:16.70), at the 2013 Summer Juniors in Irvine
Click here to see Heidi Miller breaking the 15-16 girls’ meet record in the 200 IM at the 51st annual Team Aquatics Pittsburgh Christmas Meet at the University of Pittsburgh in December 2012.