Archie Miller

Archie Miller (born October 30, 1978)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Rhode Island Rams
Current conference: Atlantic 10 Conference (A-10)
Dayton record: 139-63 (.688)
Indiana record: 67-58 (.536)
Rhode Island record: 21-42 (.33)
Overall record: 227-163 (.582)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2022-present Rhode Island
2017-2021 Indiana
2011-2017 Dayton
2009-2011 Arizona (assoc. HC)
2007-2009 Ohio State (asst)
2006-2007 Arizona State (asst)
2004-2006 NC State (asst)
2003-2004 Western Kentucky (asst)

Archie Miller Facts

  • Ryan Joseph Miller
  • Born October 30, 1978
  • Hometown: Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
  • Alma Mater: North Carolina State University (BA, 2002)
  • Older brother, Sean Miller, is also in college basketball, currently in his second stint as head coach at Xavier
  • Played four seasons at NC State under head coach Herb Sendek, during which the Wolfpack went to the postseason three times
  • First job was as an assistant for one season under Darrin Horn at WKU before returning to his alma mater to be one of Sendek‘s assistant
  • Spent three total seasons with Sendek, two at NC State and one at a Arizona State
  • Worked under Thad Matta for two seasons as an assistant at Ohio State; then became associate head coach on his brother Sean‘s staff at Arizona in 2009
  • Hired in 2011 as the head coach of the Dayton Flyers in the A-10
    • Twice won the Atlantic-10 title (2016 & 2017) and went to the NCAA Tournament in each of his last four seasons there
    • Won 20+ games in four of his six seasons and made a run to the 2014 NCAA Elite Eight
  • Hired in March 2017 as the 29th head men’s basketball coach at Indiana University
    • Went 20-12 in 2019-20 but then regressed the following year, going 12-15 and missing out on a NCAA Tournament that was played entirely in Indiana
    • Fired in March 2021 after four seasons with no NCAA Tournaments; finished 67-56 overall
  • In March 2022, Miller returned to the Atlantic 10 as the new head coach at Rhode Island

Archie Miller Coaching Tree