Patricia L. Miller-Davis

Track & Field, 1980, 1982

Pat Miller-Davis twice earned All-American honors in her two-year athletic career at Wyoming. Miller-Davis transferred to Wyoming from Dodge City (Kans.) Community College, where she earned All-American honors and was a national champion. In her first year at Wyoming, she won the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) conference championship in the long jump and was a member of the champion AIAW 4×220 relay. She set the UW school record in the long jump (20’4″) which remains today. After taking one year off to have a child, Miller-Davis returned to the team in 1982 and was again named All-American in the long jump, winning AIAW indoor titles in the long jump and 55- meters. She still owns school records in the long jump, 55-meters (6.89), and was a member of the record setting 4×100 relay team (47.52).

Inducted September 15, 1995

Honors and Awards

  • All-American 1980 &82
  • AIAW champion
  • Wyoming Record Holder