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Background Information

Employment History

Awards and Gifts Committee

Athletics Director

Starkville High School


Pearl High School


Board Member
Golder Associates Ltd.

Student Committee Chair
Golder Associates Ltd.


Mississippi State University

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"I really like the Bolt system because the fibers tend to remain upright and provide a better looking and better performing surface," said Dr. Stan Miller, Athletic Director at Starkville High School.

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According to Starkville High School athletic director Dr. Stan Miller, the $1.4 million project has hit a major stumbling block after a summer storm that caused the liner on the field to be blown off which allowed water to get under the liner.

"Coach Jamie Mitchell, myself and the high school principal will meet early next week and we are going to look at alternative sites," Dr. Miller said. "I have no idea at this point and time what those alternative sites are. But within two weeks from now we have to make a decision."
Dr. Miller said the first three home games (Noxubee County, West Point and Columbus) are 'in jeopardy' due to the construction problems.
Starkville School District has already postponed the sales of season tickets because of the field turf difficulties. The August 22nd home opener versus Noxubee County, which would have drawn a crowd of over 7,500 according to Dr. Miller, may have to be moved to an alternative venue.

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Starkville High School athletic director Stan Miller, right, tells a story while introducing Travis Garner, seated, as the new head baseball coach on Friday. (Photo by Kim Murrell, SDN)

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Miller begins new search for SHS coach

It has been a little over a year since Starkville High School athletic director Stan Miller has had to look for a baseball coach. After Brian Jones announced his resignation on Monday to take the same position at Pearl, Miller was ready to begin that process again as well as wish his former coach well.

SHS athletic needs highlight ‘sobering’ school budget concerns | [cached]

Starkville High School Athletics Director Stan Miller put forth his best effort at Tuesday night's school board meeting, but his proposal for program improvements failed to budge board members.

Miller asked for more than $1 million to replace the football field's grass with artificial turf, resurface the track and expand the tennis courts, noting the upgrades would save money in maintenance and repairs, as well as generate revenue through tournament opportunities.
The biggest sticking point was time. Miller estimated six to eight weeks for the synthetic playing surface to be installed at Yellow Jacket Stadium. The team will play their first home game against Noxubee County High School Aug. 17.
The project would cost around $560,000, but Miller said it would alleviate problems with the sprinkler and irrigation systems, which are costing thousands of dollars in field maintenance and repair each season.
Because the track circles the field and involves curbing, the resurfacing and turf replacement should be done concurrently, Miller said.
The track was built in 2000, but the athletics department ran out of money, so instead of adding an all-weather track surface, they installed unsealed asphalt. Over the years, the surface has cracked, making a dangerous situation for runners, said Miller.
"If you want shin splints, go run on our track," he cautioned. "No one will come run on our track."
Resurfacing the track would cost an additional $350,000, according to Miller.
The final project would expand the tennis courts from six to 12, making tournament play possible and allowing the district to begin a middle school tennis program. Grants could be obtained through the United States Tennis Association for the $390,000 project, Miller said.
The synthetic field should last 10 to 14 years and would be relatively cheap to replace, Miller said.

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