Jeanne (Cole) Miller - Inductee - 2011

In 2001, Mason County Eastern rode the pitching and hitting of Jeanne (Cole) Miller to the Division 4 state championship. She was 31-1 and in 195 innings she struck out 288 batters, walked 38 while allowing just 52 base hits and 16 earned runs for what was then the lowest earned run average (0.11) ever by a prep softball player in Michigan. She also hit .648 with 27 doubles, seven triples, six home runs, 74 runs scored and 53 runs batted in. She was a two-time, first team all-stater in softball and basketball, scoring 1,064 points and leading the Cardinals to a 23-1 finish and a number-three ranking as a senior. She also excelled in volleyball. She attended Calvin College, where she played softball for four years, leading the Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Association in hitting once and was the league's most valuable offensive and defensive player, the first player to claim both honors.