24 Seasons at KU
A staple to the Kansas soccer coaching staff, Kelly Miller begins his 25th season at the University of Kansas and 15th as the associate head coach under Mark Francis in 2023. In 2008, Miller was elevated to his current position after serving as an assistant coach for the first nine seasons of his tenure.
In 1999, along with Francis, Miller made the move to KU to train the goalkeepers. He became a full-time assistant the following spring and has since helped the Jayhawks reach the NCAA Tournament nine times (2001, ‘03, ‘04, ‘08, ‘11, ‘14, ‘16, ’18, ’19), and capture KU’s first Big 12 soccer title in 2004 as well as the 2019 Big 12 Tournament title.