Davon Miller enters his 2nd season for the Lady Knight's women's basketball program for the current season.
Coming off an exciting season with a record of 13-16 overall and 8-8 in the YSCC conference and winning the most games in program history. Coach Miller's Lady Knight's broke several team records as well as improving in nearly every statistical category. Coming into the 2019-2020 season we are anticipating a successful season with a recruiting class that will rival the best teams in the nation.
In 19 seasons as a head basketball coach, Davon Miller has transformed numerous basketball programs into elite contenders. With an average of 25 victories per season, 25 state and national championships, and 44 college scholarship awarded. First on the all-time wins list for the Tidewater Youth Organization, (TYO) Boy's basketball program, boasting 131 wins as head coach, Miller has transformed the boy's program into a regional powerhouse since his hiring in July of 2013. In the 2016-17 summer season, Miller pioneered a new elite team under the TYO organization named Loyal T3, (LT3). Nearly 100 student-athletes from all over the Hampton Roads area, poured into the gym to try out for the highly anticipated team. Coach Miller’s team did not disappoint, winning six tournaments and exposure events. Every player on Miller’s roster was offered college scholarships with all of them not having any offers before joining the team. Miller did not stop there; he developed a video production program that garnered national attention, bringing more notoriety to the program. The nation now knew who these ambition student-athletes were. Coach Miller's outstanding work propel him to an Associate Head coaching position with Wright State University-Lake Campus. Miller used that momentum to recruit eight very talented, high character student-athletes. In the 2017-18 season, the Lake Campus basketball team doubled their wins from the previous season and produced three national top ten players.
Miller was a standout baseball player in his high school and collegiate playing days, competing for one season for American River College and later playing for the Montreal Expos minor league farm team. He proudly served 20 years in the United States Navy, with tours in Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom. Miller achieved the prestigious rank of Chief Petty Officer. He is entitled to wear the Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (seven awards), Navy Good Conduct Medal (six awards), and numerous other Campaign, Unit, and Service Awards.