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Muir Named a Duke Presidential Ambassador

Muir Named a Duke Presidential Ambassador

DURHAM – Duke volleyball’s Millie Muir has been named one of Duke’s Presidential Ambassadors, an organization of student ambassadors dedicated to serving the university. 

Previously known as Dukes and Duchesses, the Presidential Ambassadors were established in 1979. The members of the Duke Presidential Ambassadors provide a glimpse into the student experience for campus visitors. 

Responsibilities include leading campus tours, staffing special events, and assisting with university ceremonies. Some examples of special events include staffing the president’s suite at football games, receptions at the university president’s home, Board of Trustee dinners, and Opening and Founders’ Day Convocations.

As a 6-1 setter, Muir saw action in 15 contests for 23 sets. She dished 83 assists, 25 digs and 6.0 total blocks. The Stanford, Calif., native tallied a career-high 23 assists against Elon (9/5/23). 

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