Kimberly Graham-Miller begins her second season with the Aggie program.
Graham-Miller has served as an assistant coach at some of the top collegiate programs in the country, including stints at Duke University and the University of Virginia. Under her tutelage, five student-athletes earned All-American honors, three were Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) champions and eight achieved All-ACC distinction.
After a standout career as a sprinter at Clemson University, Graham-Miller entered the international scene in 1993 as a member of the World University Games. Two years later, she was a member of the United States' gold medal-winning indoor 4x400m World Championship team as well as the outdoor 4x400m World Championship team that won silver. Individually, she was a semifinalist in the 400-meter event at the 1995 Indoor and Outdoor World Championships.
In 1996, Graham-Miller was selected to the United States Olympic team and won gold as a member of the 4x400m relay. She also finished as a semifinalist in the 400. Deanne Vochatzer, who recently retired as head women's track and field coach at UC Davis, was the head coach for the U.S. women's team in Atlanta that year.
The biggest individual win of her career came at the 1998 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships when she was crowned the 400-meter champion.
While at Clemson, Graham-Miller was named ACC Performer of the Year in 1991, 1992 and 1993 and is the only woman to win that honor three times. She concluded her career with 15 conference titles and currently owns the school record in the 400-meter event and is second all-time in the 200. Graham-Miller was inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999.
Currently, Graham-Miller is a member of the USA Track & Field Athletes' Advisory & Events Committees.