Michael Miller is currently the head basketball coach of the University of Los Angeles College of Divinity (ULACD). He just completed his fifth year at ULACD after serving as the CBA Commissioner and head coach for three years and as the head coach and athletic director at Los Angeles City College (LACC) for a record breaking 16 years.

Only Northwest Missouri State (NCAA D2) had a better record during the same four year time period at 126-8 .94% ULACD, is located in Compton California and plays as an independent. Nationally ULACD is a proud five-year member of the Association of Christian College Athletics (ACCA), founded in 1982 and based in Joplin, Missouri. While serving as CBA Commissioner for three years, Coach Miller was called into coaching duty in the as the head coach of the Los Angeles Skyline and led the team to an undefeated season of 17-0 winning the CBA Championship during the 2016-17 season.

From 1992 to 2008 coach Miller led LACC's basketball program into national prominence. Coach Miller become the winningest coach in LACC history in every measureable category, including: a) most wins; b) winning percentage; c) conference championships; d) final eight appearances; state championships; and e) division one transfers.

His teams were models of consistency, demonstrated by setting a new national record of fourteen straight conference championships; later tied by U of Kansas coach Bill Self. Self and Miller are the only coaches that have coached their teams to 14 straight conference championships in the history of college basketball. This amazing streak started in 1993-94 and continued until 2006-07, breaking UCLA's old record of 13 (nine of which were won under John Wooden). Due to coach Miller's remarkable success he quickly became known as one of the youngest and most successful college head coaches in the entire country.

From 1999-2000 to 2006-07 the LACC teams compiled an overall record of 241-38 over eight seasons with a winning percentage of .864, exceeding all NCAA Division I Programs during the same time period. Before coming to LACC, Coach Miller experienced great success as a high school coach at Ribet Academy and Cathedral High School. As the head coach at Ribet Academy (Los Angeles, CA), Miller led them to unprecedented success as they captured two consecutive CIF Championships and a Division V State Championship. At Cathedral HS (Los Angeles, CA) coach Miller was the youngest head coach in the state at the age of 21. He led the "Phantoms" to the best two-year record in the eighty-five year history of the school. This included two Santa Fe league titles and two CIF Final Four appearances. In his four years as a high school head coach, Miller attained the fifth highest winning percentage in California high school history.

Coach Miller has been honored as "Coach of the Year" eighteen times in his nineteen full seasons as a head coach at both the high school and junior college levels and has coached EIGHT different teams to 30 or more wins.

Coach Miller was the first coach in California basketball history to win a State Championship at both the high school (1990-91 Ribet Academy) and college levels (1996-97 & 2002-03 LACC). At the age of 44 coach Miller had produced almost 500 colligate wins, more than any other coach in the history of college basketball at that age.

Coach Miller has earned five college degrees and is a member of Masonic Lodge 327 located in Long Beach, California.