Louisville Cardinals Land Third Class of 2026 Verbal from Diver Jiselle Miller

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Photo Courtesy: Jiselle Miller (@jiselle.b_84)

NEW COMMIT: The University of Louisville has scored their third early verbal commitment for the 2022-23 season from diver Jiselle Miller of Middlebury, Ind.

She will join Jordan Durocher and U.S. National Junior Teamer Rye Ulett as a member of the Cardinals’ Class of 2026.

Miller trains with the Indiana International School of Diving under coach Burns Robert. At the USA Diving Zone C Championships in 2019, she placed third on the 3-meter board. She then went on to compete on that board at the USA Diving Junior National Championships, advancing to the semifinals with a 13th-place finish.

Currently a junior at Northridge High School, Miller dove to 13th place on the 1-meter board as a sophomore at the Indiana State Championships after taking eighth during her freshman season.

Regarding her commitment, she said:

“I am beyond excited to announce my verbal commitment to continue my academic and diving career at the University of Louisville. The program’s commitment to team unity, hard work and excellence is what draws me to the “Ville.” Their facilities and staff are absolutely second to none. I want to give a special thank you to all of those who supported me along the way, my parents and family, friends, teammates, Coach Bob and the Indiana International School of Diving. I can’t wait to represent Louisville in the Fall of 2022, GO CARDS!!”

When she arrives on campus in the fall of 2022, Miller will add her talents to a diving squad led by Abigail AndrewsEllie DoddElse Prassterink, and Kayla Wilson and coached by Ryan Rougeux. She’ll be joining a program that produced recent graduate Molly Fears, the first Cardinal diver to ever earn Honorable Mention All-American honors and represent Team USA.

History was made in 2019 for the Cardinals as they became the first ACC program in history to have both its men’s and women’s teams finish among the top-five in the team standings at the NCAA Championships in the same year. Highlighted by a pair of national titles for Mallory Comerford, the women’s team recorded their highest finish in program history with a fourth-place showing at the 2019 NCAA Championships. Their score of 235 points was the most points scored by a Cardinal team at NCAAs in history, and Louisville secured third place at the 2019 ACC Championships.

Under head coach Arthur Albiero, the Cardinals finished third at the 2020 ACC Championships.

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