|Hometown:||Diamond Bar, Calif.|
|High School:||Diamond Bar HS|
TITANS `05: Missed his third season in his fourth year at Cal State Fullerton, suffering a season-ending shoulder injury in the Fall Underwent surgery in November and missed the entire 2005 campaign.
TITANS `04: Collegiate Baseball named him a second-team preseason All-American as he was to likely be the Titans' Sunday starter. Unfortunately, he did not play in a game in 2004 due to an arm injury.
TITANS `03: Earned freshman All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America (second-team) after going 9-2 with a 3.33 ERA in his rookie season Also received an honorable mention All-Big West Conference selection Finished fifth in the Big West in ERA, ninth in opposing batting average (.261), eighth in innings pitched (100.0), fourth in strikeouts (97) and sixth in wins Tied the Titans' 25-year-old freshman record for wins (held by Titan all-time winningest pitcher Dave Weatherman), while also eclipsing Weatherman's record for winning percentage by a freshman Broke the school's freshman record for games started (18) and set a new mark with 97 strikeouts (which also tied him for the fifth most ever by a Big West freshman) Was a three-time Big West Pitcher of the Week Was a perfect 6-0 with a 2.14 ERA at Goodwin Field Was 4-0 with a 2.43 ERA against top-25 competition (beating Stanford, Long Beach State, Notre Dame and Arizona State) Averaged 8.7 strikeouts per nine innings and had a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 3.9 to 1 Named by Baseball America as one of the top three freshmen starting pitchers in the country through the midway point of the season Was a clutch performer in the postseason, limiting Arizona State (the nation's top-hitting team) to one run on just three hits in 7.1 innings in the Super Regional-clinching a win on June 8 Named to the Fullerton Regional all-tournament team after allowing just a run and striking out 10 Notre Dame batters in eight innings in the championship game Was brilliant in his collegiate debut on Feb. 2, holding Stanford to one run on four hits in six innings to earn the win Allowed just one run on five hits in six innings in the KIA Bash on Mar. 2 to a UCLA squad that scored a combined 25 runs against Texas and Tulane Struck out 13 and walked none in just 6.2 innings in a win over Nevada on Feb. 23, the highest strikeout total by a Titan since Adam Johnson fanned 17 in 2000 Pitched the first seven innings of a 7-0 shutout of Long Beach State on Mar. 29, the Titans' first-ever shutout at Blair Field Gave up five runs to Stanford at the College World Series on June 15, but the Titans rallied for a win.
TITANS `02: Granted a redshirt season after undergoing elbow surgery on his pitching arm.
DIAMOND BAR H.S.: Three-year letterman and all-league pitcher at Diamond Bar (Calif.) H.S. Posted a 9-2 record and 1.39 ERA as a senior Logged 10 complete games, including three shutouts, and struck out 75 batters in 71 innings Also batted .378 with a pair of homers in 45 at bats Was 7-2 as a junior and 5-1 as a sophomore Received the scholar-athlete title all four years and earned a spot on the Principal's Honor Roll for three semesters.
PERSONAL: Born on March 9 1983, in Los Alamitos, Calif. Parents are Michael and Eulema Miller Full name is Dustin Matthew Miller Has an older brother (Damian), a younger brother (Dylan) and a younger sister (Kristen) Lists his father as his greatest influence Majoring in public relations Would like to see Miami added to the Titans' schedule Dustin likes to fish, bowl, and to go to the river His biggest sports thrill was winning the Little League World Series and pitching in the College World Series Favorites include: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (team), For the Love of the Game, Napoleon Dynamite, and Wedding Crashers (movies), fullertontitans.com and mlb.com (web sites).