Kerwick Promoted, Milliman Added to Cornell's Lacrosse Staff

In his final season at Pfeiffer, Milliman led the team to a program-record 12 wins, as the Falcons reached the Conference Carolinas championship game for the second consecutive year, losing to national runner up Limestone 9-5. That season, Pfeiffer reached as high as 10th in the USILA Coaches' Poll.

Under Milliman the Falcons finished in the top five in DII in goals-against average, man-down defense and scoring margin in each of his final two seasons and led the nation in save percentage in 2011 (.657). He also coached 13 players who combined to earn 21 all-conference selections, including a program record nine in 2012. He also coached two Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year selections, as well as the program's first All-American in a decade.

Before taking over at Pfeiffer, Milliman spent two years as an assistant coach at the Rochester Institute of Technology, with a one-year stint as an assistant at Siena. In his time as an assistant coach, the Tigers and Saints went a combined 36-16 overall and 21-5 in their respective conferences.

A 2012 graduate of Empire State College with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, Milliman was a three-time Division III All-America at Gettysburg, where he helped the Bullets to two NCAA Division III championship games. He was a three-time All-Centennial Conference pick and was selected to participate in the annual USILA North-South All-Star Game.

Following his time at Gettysburg, Milliman went on to play professionally for four years with Major League Lacrosse's Rochester Rattlers, winning an MLL Championship in 2008.

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