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Sean Miller was born November 17, 1968 in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania and is an American college basketball coach, and currently the head men's basketball coach at the University of Arizona.
After the tournament, Miller was announced to be a possible candidate for the vacant head coaching position at Arizona. He initially turned the job down before changing his mind and accepting the job on Apr. 6, 2009 despite having never visited the Arizona campus. He was succeeded at Xavier by former assistant Chris Mack. Within three months of joining the program, Miller had already assembled a recruiting class ranked #12 in the nation by Scout.com. Miller led the Wildcats to a 16-15 record (10-8 in the Pacific-10 Conference) in his debut season. However, due to a lackluster non-conference record, the Wildcats missed postseason play for the first time in 25 years.
In the 2010-2011 season Miller guided Arizona back to college basketball relevance. He led Arizona to its first top 10 ranking in the AP poll since January 8, 2007, and led the Wildcats to their first outright Pac-10 Regular Season Title (its 12th overall), 30-win season (4th overall), Elite Eight appearance (9th overall) and its highest coaches poll finish (9th) since the 2004-2005 season. Miller compiled a recruiting class that includes 4 ESPNU top 100 recruits (#4 by Scout.com) and is widely regarded as a top ten recruiting class. In addition, Miller led the Wildcats to their first unbeaten home record (17-0) in 14 years and was named Pac-10 Coach of the Year. This was the first time an Arizona coach received this honor since Lute Olson did in 2003. The 17 wins without a loss at home is tied for the second most in school history and is part of a 19-game home streak beginning in the 2009-2010 season.
Miller's recruiting has improved. From not being ranked in the top 25 recruiting classes by ESPN in 2010, Arizona's 2011 recruiting class was ranked 7th, notably signing Nick Johnson and Josiah Turner. For 2012, Arizona secured three players in the top nine of the ESPNU 100, with all four newly signed players within the top 36. This has cemented Arizona as the No. 1 signing class nationally, surpassing Kentucky who held the No. 1 spot 2010 and 2011.
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