|Name Ryan Millar|
Height 2.03 m
|Weight 98 kg|
|Full Name Ryan Madsen Millar|
Born January 22, 1978 (age 37)San Dimas, California, U.S. (1978-01-22)
Olympic medals Volleyball at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament
Similar People Riley Salmon, William Priddy, Clayton Stanley, Lloy Ball, Richard Lambourne
Education Brigham Young University
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Ryan Madsen Millar (born 22 January 1978) is an American volleyball player, a member of United States men's national volleyball team in 1998–2008 , a participant of the Olympic Games (2000, 2004, 2008), 2008 Olympic Champion, three times NORCECA Champion.
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Millar played volleyball at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, from 1996-1999.
In 1996, he was named the Volleyball Magazine National Freshman of the Year and was a Third-Team All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF). In 1999, he was named the MPSF Player of the Year and was a First Team American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American. In 1998, he finished second in the nation in blocks per game (2.02) en route to repeating as a First Team All-American. In 1999, he capped off his successful career by leading BYU to the program's first ever NCAA Men's Volleyball Championship and was once again a First Team All-American as he ranked first in the country in hitting percentage (.498) and blocks per game (2.14)
In July 2006, Millar was named as an assistant coach for the BYU men's volleyball team under Head Coach Tom Peterson. In August 2006, Millar was named co-interim head coach of the BYU men's volleyball team after Peterson's sudden resignation.
He has played at the 2000 Olympics, 2004 Olympics and the 2008 Olympics. In 2000, the U.S. men had a disappointing Olympic tournament, failing to win a single match. At Athens, Millar helped the USA men finished fourth overall. During the Olympics, he ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 70 points on 53 kills, and 16 blocks. In 2008, Millar helped Team USA to the gold medal.