Andrew Milliron
Andrew  Milliron


Charles Town, W.V.

High School:


Personal-Best Times – Mile: 4:15.45a | 3000m Steeplechase: 9:08.53

SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2015: Competed in six meets, including the conference and regional championships...named the Mountain West Runner of the Week on Sept. 22...finished 10th out of 233 runners at the Woody Greeno Invitational (25:52.5), leading the Falcons to a runner-up team finish...clocked a career-best 8K time of 24:20.1 at the Washington Invitational (63rd)...clocked a time of 25:03.9 at the Pre-National Invitational (226th)...registered a time of 28:11.5 to finish 33rd at the MW Championships...made 10K debut at the NCAA Mountain Region Championships, finishing 82nd in a time of 33:05.1...opened the season with a 5K time of 15:34.1 at the Colorado State Invitational (30th).

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2014: Raced at the Rocky Mountain Shootout, clocking an 8K time of 27:42.50 (61st).

HIGH SCHOOL: Jefferson High School...competed on the track team that won four straight state titles...also ran on the cross country team that captured a state championship...two-time state champion...claimed 12 all-state selections...member of the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society...named to the Honor Roll...played drums in the marching band...Eagle Scout.

PERSONAL: Full name is Andrew Morgan Milliron...nickname is “Tweedle”...son of Todd and Jacquelyn an only child...majoring in geospatial science...future plans include becoming a pilot or working in the intelligence field...would also like to participate in the Air Force World Class Athlete Program...currently serving as the IT, Communications and Support NCO...previously served as a Range Safety Officer during the Combat Arms Training and Maintenance program...named to the Athletic Director’s List...hobbies include eating Five Guys Cheeseburgers (“I didn’t eat that much Five Guys”)...really enjoys grilled salmon...born in Mansfield, Ohio...grandfather served in the Air Force, while a couple great-grandfathers served in the Navy and Marines...had one uncle that ran for Ohio State...would like to “thank my family and friends for helping me get to where I am now”...completed Operation Air Force at Andrews AFB, Md., this summer...also worked in the gun range during CATM and took an aeronautical engineering class...member of Cadet Squadron 37.

COACH COLE ON ANDREW: Someone that has quietly been progressing over the last few years, Andrew is ready to take another jump in his performance level. That should put him in a very competitive position on our team and in our conference. A very smooth runner, Andrew’s aerobic development is catching up to his ambition and it’s only a matter of time before he’s calloused, which will result in some very good race performances.
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