|Born||September 21, 1979|
Nathaniel "Nath" Miller (born September 21, 1979 in Montreal, Quebec) is a male water polo player from Canada. He won three bronze medals at the Pan American Games with the Canada men's national water polo team during his career.
Playing as a driver Miller was named MVP at the 2002 Commonwealth Water Polo Championships. He won the 2003 French Elite division championship with the Olympic Nice Club, and the 2006 Brazilian Elite division championship with Fluminense from Rio de Janeiro. Miller has a degree in history from the University of Calgary.
His past positions include a coaching position at Chelsea Piers in Stamford, Connecticut.
He is currently the head coach and athletic director of the Calgary Renegades Water Polo Club.
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