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Justin Miller is in his second season as assistant softball coach at Presbyterian College.
As an assistant in 2012, Miller helped the program to an historic win at the Big South Conference tournament, the first-ever in program history. His expertise as produce the team's highest on-base percentage and most RBI in a season since 2008.
Miller joined the Blue Hose after serving as assistant coach at Akron. There he worked with the baseball program and coached outfielders, catchers and assisted with hitters.
Prior to Akron, Miller was at The Ohio State University and coached position players, specializing in working with the catchers. Miller has worked various baseball and softball camps and has done private instruction.
Miller had a tremendous playing career from 2006-2009 as an infielder at Ohio State. He was a captain his last two years and was an All Conference performer.
The Buckeyes won the Big Ten Championship in 2009 and finished runner-up in the NCAA regionals. He is still listed in several categories in Ohio State record books.
Vashion Johnson is in his first year with PC.
Johnson came from Slippery Rock where he was head coach from 2004-2011. Under Johnson, the Rocks broke over 42 school records in eight years, compiled a record of 174-166, and made appearances in both the NCAA and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference tournaments. The all-time leader in program history, his 174 wins were the most in an eight-year span. He also produced five winning seasons, including a 27-17 mark and an appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2008.
Before coming to Slippery Rock, Johnson served as the head coach of the women's softball and men's basketball teams at Harvest Baptist High School in Charleston, South Carolina. His 2003 softball team won the South Carolina Class 4A state championship.
Prior to Harvest Baptist, Johnson served one season as an assistant coach at North Carolina A&T State and three seasons at North Carolina Central.
Before beginning his collegiate coaching career, Johnson was the head coach at Immaculata Catholic High School in Durham, North Carolina, where he led the team to the state playoffs in each of his two seasons.
Johnson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in African American history and political science from Morris College 2000, where he was a four-time All-Eastern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference performer on the baseball team. He still holds the school record for career home runs.
Johnson received his MBA in international business in 2011 from Salem.
Johnson also served in the U.S. Marines and was a Desert Storm veteran. He received an honorable discharge from the Marines in 1996 after serving in ground support hydraulics for GSE and Cobras.
While in the U.S. Marines, Johnson received a Good Conduct Medal, Rifle Sharpshooter Badge, National Defense Service Medal, Navy and Marine Overseas Service ribbon, Navy Sea Service Deployment ribbon, Humanitarian Service medal, Armed Forced Service medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary medal.
Johnson is a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, Black Coaches' Association and Sports Turf Managers Association.
Johnson and his wife Natalie have two daughters, Lovie and Devin and one son, Beau.