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With more than 1,000 wins during his tenure at Oregon Tech and more than 44 years devoted to a single university, coach Danny Miles is more than a coach; he is an established, loyal role model to the students and community of the Hustlin’ Owls. At the 2015 Legends of the Hardwood Breakfast, during the men's Final Four weekend, Miles will be awarded the Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” award.
Established in 1998, the award is given to a current or past player or coach at either the professional or college level, who models the characteristics of UCLA men's basketball legend, coach John Wooden. Miles joins an elite group of basketball greats who have received the honor, including Homer Drew, David Robinson and Mark Price.
Since his first season with Oregon Tech, Miles has not only coached the men’s basketball team but also the school’s baseball and football teams. While with the Hustlin’ Owls, Miles’ accomplishments have included:
In addition to his achievements as coach at Oregon Tech, Miles’ impact has reached well beyond Klamath Falls, Oregon. With his extensive knowledge of a variety of sports, he developed the Value Point System (VPS), a method helping coaches evaluate player effectiveness. Because of Miles' success as a coach and dedication to the sport, the VPS has been trusted and adopted by coaches across the nation and at various levels.
Athletes in Action will present Miles with the Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” award on April 4, in advance of the Men’s NCAA Final Four in Indianapolis.
WHAT: Legends of the Hardwood Breakfast
WHEN: April 4, 8:30 a.m. ET
WHERE: Indiana Convention Center, 500 Ballroom
100 South Capitol Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225
John Wooden’s Keys to Life:
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