Florida Gators Land Another for 2022 from Futures Champion Hayden Miller

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NEW COMMIT: The University of Florida has continued forming a stellar Class of 2026 early om, recently snagging another verbal commitment from Hayden Miller of Houston, Texas.

She will join Zoe Dixon and Scarlet Martin as well as Florida natives Mallory Schleicher, Bella Lojewski and Anna Moore in Gainesville at the start of the 2022-23 season.

Regarding her commitment, she said:

“I am so blessed and excited to announce my verbal commitment to further my athletic and academic career at the University of Florida! I can’t wait to be apart of such a special team. Thanks to all my friends, family & coaches and especially God who helped me get here. Go gators!!!”

Miller, who owns two Olympic Trials cuts, trains year-round with Cypress Fairbanks Swim Club and placed fifth in the 500 free and sixth in the mile at Juniors West in December. She more recently won the 800m free and was the 400m free runner-up at College Station Sectionals in February after earning 100% best times at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Knoxville.

In summer 2019, she grabbed the gold medal in the 800m free at Des Moines Futures where she also added silver in both the 400m free and 1500m free.

Her best times include:

  • 200 free – 1:47.60
  • 500 free – 4:42.74
  • 1650 free – 16:33.56

Currently a junior at Cypress Creek High School, Miller won the 500 free and placed fifth in the 200 free at the Texas 6A State Championships during her freshman season. She earned silver and gold, respectively, in those events at the TAPPS Eastern Regional Championships in 2019 as well.

Even with just under two years to go before arriving in Gainesville, Miller will make a big impact in the Gators’ mid-distance freestyle group. She would’ve scored in the B-final of the 500 free as well as placed 20th in the mile at the 2020 SEC Championships.

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