|Title:||Director of Soccer|
|Alma Mater:||Richard Stockton '05|
|Record at Stevenson:||118-72-23|
|Experience:||11th year at STE, 11th overall|
Graeme Millar was named Stevenson's Director of Soccer and took over as head men's soccer coach on April 7, 2017. Millar takes over the men's program after a successful 10-year run as women's head coach. Millar also serves as an Associate Athletic Director at Stevenson.
In his role as Director of Soccer, Millar oversees both the men's and women's programs administratively. He is currently leading Stevenson's national search for its next head women's soccer coach.
Millar, who is the eighth head coach in Mustang men's soccer program history, guided Stevenson's women's program to eight postseason appearances in 10 years from 2007-16. The Mustangs were NCAA tournament participants in 2010 and 2014 after winning their conference title both years. Millar has guided the Mustangs to six ECAC Tournament appearances, including three title games, and Stevenson captured the 2012 ECAC South crown.
During Millar's tenure, Stevenson had 45 All-Conference selections, including 14 on First Team, two Players of the Year and two Rookies of the Year. He posted a record of 118-72-23 (.608) over his 10 seasons, averaging nearly 12 wins per year, making him the winningest coach in program history.
In 2014, Millar was named the Commonwealth Conference Coach of the Year as the Mustangs won the Commonwealth Championship, dethroning No. 1 Messiah in penalty kicks. Stevenson also held the top-ranked team in the nation to a tie during the regular season. The team posted its first NCAA tournament win since 2006, a 1-0 victory over Christopher Newport for Millar's 100th career win.
Millar was also a two-time (2009, 2010) Coach of the Year in the Capital Athletic Conference as head coach of the women's program. Off the field, Stevenson had 13 NSCAA Scholar All-East Region selections while winning the NSCAA Team Academic Award in 2010, 2011 and 2013. Stephanie Eyler became the school's first CoSIDA Academic All-American in 2011 and the team received the NSCAA Gold Team Ethics Award in 2009.
A native of Scotland, Millar began his career at Stevenson as an assistant under Lynnette Buffington in 2006, helping the Mustangs to a school-record 15 wins and a berth in the second round of the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship. He was promoted to head coach in June 2007.
Millar's previous experience includes serving as a head coach in the Maryland Olympic Development Program for the 1995 girls team and the ASA Illusion U18 girls team from 2006-09. In 2008, he was an assistant coach for the U18 Maryland State Cup champion Freestate Shooters. He served two stints as Girls ODP Director of the Maryland State Youth Soccer Association from 2009-10 and 2012-13 and currently works with the Baltimore Bays.
Millar received his bachelor's degree in environmental science from Richard Stockton in 2005, graduating summa cum laude with program distinction in the environmental field. While there, he coached and trained teams at Upper Township, Atlantic United and Mount Laurel United.
After coming to the U.S., Millar worked with Major League Soccer Camps where he coached and trained youth players in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Michigan. He worked primarily with youth players of former MLS teams the Dallas Burn and New York Metrostars.
Millar played soccer at the college level for Glasgow Caledonian and as an amateur for Glasgow Westerlands in the Glasgow Western Division. He attended Cardonald College where he achieved a higher national diploma in sports coaching and vevelopment.
Millar currently holds the NSCAA Premier Diploma and the USSF "B" coaching license and has completed several licenses for the Scottish Football Association. He received his NSCAA National and Advanced National coaching licenses, both with distinction.
Millar lives in Timonium with his wife Amanda and is the proud father of son, Gavin, born in May 2010.