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Miller named finalist for Collegiate Baseball Foundation National Pitcher of the Year

LUBBOCK, Texas –Junior relief pitcher Simon Miller of the UTSA baseball team has earned a finalist spot on the College Baseball Foundation's National Pitcher of the Year list.
The College Baseball Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 2003 to preserve and recognize the history of college baseball, later creating the National College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005. The National Pitcher of the Year award was created in 2009 as Stephen Strasburg of San Diego State earned the inaugural honor. 
Miller is one of five finalists for the prestigious award, joining Wake Forest's Rhett Lowder, Kansas State's Tyson Neighbors, McNeese State's Grant Rogers and LSU's Paul Skenes. The winner of the award will be announced on June 16. 
The Roadrunner closer has turned heads this season, also earning Collegiate Baseball All-American Third Team, Conference USA Pitcher of the Year and C-USA All-Conference First Team. Throughout the season, he earned a slew of honors, including D1Baseball Midseason All-American and NCBWA Preseason and Midseason Stopper of the Year Watchlist. 
The Canton, Texas, native etched his name in the UTSA Baseball program record book throughout this season. In individual single-season records, he is fifth in ERA, seventh in wins, second in saves and ninth in strikeouts. Miller also moved up in four individual career records, ranking sixth in career ERA, fourth in career opponents' batting average, 11th in career wins and third in career saves.