Six Saints Earn All-MAAC Honors
Women's Lacrosse Secures No. 4 Seed in MAAC Championships
Treanor, Saints Net OT Win Over Bryant
Green and Gold Top Presbyterian 15-12
Wildcats Rally for Late Win Over Women's Lacrosse
2011: MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Started and played in all 16 games...Finished second on the team in goals (26) and third in points (30) in her first season at attack...Led the team with 32 draw controls...Posted five hat tricks...Notched career-highs of five points and five draw controls in win over Long Island (3/5).
2010: Played in all 16 games, starting 14...Had 11 goals and an assist...Erupted for four goals off the bench in Siena's win over Wagner (3/10)...Also had multiple-goal games against Saint Bonaventure (3/21) and Dartmouth (4/6)...Had 19 ground balls and caused seven turnovers.
2009: Started all 16 games...Second on the team with 46 ground balls...Fourth on the team with 18 caused turnovers...Won 13 draw controls...Put one of her two shots on cage...Registered a season-high six ground balls at UAlbany (4/7)...Caused three turnovers and had five ground balls in 11-10 win over Holy Cross (3/11).
BEFORE SIENA: Two-year starter on varsity lacrosse and ran three years of cross at Massapequa High School.
PERSONAL: Born March 7, 1990 in Massapequa, NY....Daughter of Bruce and Eileen McMillan...Has an older brother, Thomas, who also attends Siena and a younger brother Ryan; and two younger sisters Courtney and Cassandra...Chose Siena for the great campus and because her brother loves it here.
MCMILLAN'S CAREER STATS