Nick Miles
Nick Miles

Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
Salem, N.H.

High School:
Salem

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 160

Event:
SR

Club:
Legends Gymnastics



Milestone:

*Two-year Letterman

*Elected by peers to lead the team in 2014

2013: Injuries kept him sidelined for second straight year.

2012: Did not compete because of preseason injury

2011: Competed in every meet on vault ... recorded career-high 14.7 in season debut versus Penn State ... duplicated that mark in home win over Springfield for Army's fourth-highest score in that event ... turned in the Black Knights' second-highest score (14.5) against Air Force and in triangular with Penn State and Temple ... posted a pair of 14.2s in back-to-back meets against ECAC rivals Springfield and William & Mary ... worked way into lineup on still rings latter half of season ... registered a 12.7 for Army's third highest event score in meet at Springfield ... duplicated that mark two meets later at the USAG Championships.

Club/High School: Competed at both high school and club levels in gymnastics .... lettered at Salem H.S., along with competing for Legends Gymnastics under coaches DeWayne Davenport and Debbie Naka, respectively ... served twice as team captain at Salem ... three-time Junior Olympic National qualifier (2006-2008) in all-around ... member of Region 6 Team in 2008 ... competed all four years, but nagging injuries kept him from qualifying for the Junior Olympic Nationals junior and senior years ... three-time USA Gymnastics Academic All-American (2006-08) ... school-record holder on pommel horse (9.4), vault (9.5) and all-around (54.2) ... Salem's most outstanding male winter athlete ... four-time member of the Eagle Tribune all-star team.

Personal: Given name is Nicholas Gary Miles ... parents' names are Susan and Gary Miles ... older sister Elise (22) ... majoring in Engineering Management.

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