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Fisher, Miller join Manchester University coaching staff

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NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – Manchester University head football coach Nate Jensen announced Wednesday, Aug. 2, that Aron Miller and Riley Fisher have joined the Spartans' coaching staff.

Miller, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Manchester University in May of 2013, will be defensive line coach and handle strength and conditioning duties. He had previously served as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Ball State University baseball and football programs since 2016. He has previous coaching experience as defensive line and assistant linebacker staffer at Bethel College of Kansas from May 2013-14 and as a student coach for the Spartans during the spring of 2013. Miller's collegiate playing resume for the Spartans included second team all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference and team captain honors during his senior year (2012) to go with career totals of 90 tackles and 10 sacks.

Fisher, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Administration from Alma College of Michigan in May 2015, will be the running backs coach. He had previously been running backs coach and equipment manager at Alma since May 2015, helping guide a Scots' offense that improved from averaging 315 yards a game in 2014 to nearly 450 yards (436) in 2016.

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