Michelle Hart-Miller, the current Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach at Londonderry High School, has been named one of four finalists for 2021 NHSSCA National Coach of the Year.
A Londonderry alum who was a great all-around athlete and a member of the Londonderry Hall of Fame, Hart-Miller received her Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training from the University of New Hampshire in 1992. In 1993 she had a full year stipend at LHS, and in 1994 became the school's first full-time Athletic Trainer.
In 1997 at Boston University as part of the Athletic Trainers Association, she was introduced to the Strength and Conditioning world by Mike Boyle. He piqued her interest so much that she opted to take a two-day seminar with Vern Gambetta, thus leading to her becoming certified through the NSCA shortly after.
She is the 2019 New Hampshire NHSSCA State Coach of the Year and current New Hampshire State Director.