Andrew Milliron
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    Andrew Milliron

    Class:
    Freshman

    Hometown:
    Charles Town, W.V.

    High School:
    Jefferson

    Height:
    6-2

    HIGH SCHOOL: Jefferson High School...claimed 12 all-state selections (three in cross country, nine in track)...competed on the track team that won four straight state titles...also ran on the cross country team that captured a state championship...won the High Point Award at the state championships as a senior...won the 1600- and 3200-meter titles at the 2014 West Virginia state meet...named MVP of both cross country and track teams...set a new cross country (5K) course record on home course...ran on the 4x800-meter relay team that set a new school record...named the "Journal" Athlete of the Year...recorded career-best times of 1:57.07 (800 meters), 4:16 (1600 meters), 9:25 (3200 meters) and 15:30 (cross country, 5000 meters)...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 Dum"...son of Todd and Jacquelyn Milliron...is an only child...currently undecided on a major, but looking at aeronautical engineering, civil engineering or materials chemistry...future plans include working in the space operations or ballistics field...would also like to participate in the Air Force World Class Athlete Program...hobbies include Frisbee, running and hanging out with friends...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"...member of Cadet Squadron 22.


    COACH COLE ON ANDREW: "Andrew really came on at the end of his senior year and won the West Virginia state title in the 1600 by a comfortable margin. He has great size - a tremendous upside to his development. If Andrew sticks with investing into his training, he will have very strong results over the course of his career."


    Inside Cross Country