2014 (SOPHOMORE): Drew 18 starts and played in 19 matches overall in the midfield … Scored five points on two goals and an assist, with both goals ranking as game-winners over ranked teams … Landed the golden goal in the double-overtime win over No. 25 Clemson (9/2) … Scored the game-winning goal in the Conference USA Tournament opener against No. 18 Kentucky after having an assist against the Wildcats in the regular-season meeting two weeks earlier … Played every minute in four matches: vs. Belmont, East Tennessee State and in both games at Old Dominion … Named to the Southeastern Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll and the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
Started 17 of his 18 appearances...posted two points on a pair of assists, both gamewinners....scored his first point in the Garnet and Black with a game-winning assist to Kurtis Turner vs. FAU (Oct. 16)...fed Asa Kryst with a cross that led to a goal in the 85th minute to cap a furious comeback for a 4-3 win at No. 10 UAB (Nov. 3)...fired eight shots on the season, all in conference play, putting two on goal...named to the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll.
- Four-year letterwinner at Cardinal Newman for coach Will Eudy
- U18 U.S. National Team player pool
- 2012 U18 U.S. National Team Camp
- Named the 2013 South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year
- Rated as the No. 1 signee in the South Atlantic Region and the No. 12 overall midfielder by TopDrawerSoccer.com
- Rated as the No. 24 overall graduate in the 2013 class in the IMG Academy Top 150 Rankings (TopDrawerSoccer.com)
- 2012, 2011 High School All-American
- HSSR 3-A Co-Player of the Year (2011, 2012)
- Named All-State, All-Region (2010-2012)
- 2012 State All-Star
- SC Soccer "Super 22"
- ESPN/Rise All-American
- U15 U.S. National Team (2010), playing in four international games
- U15 U.S. National Team training camp (2010)
- Son of Lisa and Jimmy Millard, has a brother, Wyatt, and a sister, Tristan