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Miller brings home All-American title by D1Baseball

SAN ANTONIO – D1Baseball announced its All-American honorees as Simon Miller of the UTSA Baseball team earned Third Team, announced the organization on Thursday afternoon.
This marks Miller's fifth All-American title of the postseason, also landing on Baseball America, NCBWA, Collegiate Baseball and College Baseball Foundation's list. He is the first Roadrunner to earn All-American by two different organizations. A product of Canton High School and LSU Eunice, Miller has made his junior season at UTSA a memorable one as he has earned a multitude of awards this postseason, including Conference USA Pitcher of the Year, C-USA All-Conference First Team and ABCA/Rawlings All-Central Region Second Team. 
The closer has had one of the most outstanding seasons by a UTSA pitcher in school history. His ERA led the nation from March 20 through April 10. At the conclusion of the regular season, his 12 saves were the second-best in the Conference USA and 10th best in the nation. His eight wins were the most in the conference, while also being 29th in the nation. He also ended the season with the best ERA in the C-USA and fifth best in the nation.
Miller etched his name in the UTSA Baseball program record book throughout this season, whether it was the awards he received or his stats. 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.