Graeme Millar
Graeme Millar
Title: Director of Soccer/Head Coach
Phone: 443-352-4252
Alma Mater: Richard Stockton '05
Experience: 3rd year at STE, 14th overall

Graeme Millar was named Stevenson’s Director of Soccer and took over as head men’s soccer coach on April 7, 2017. Millar took over the men’s program after a successful 10-year run as the women’s head soccer 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 program administratively.

  • Led the Mustangs to a 12-9-1 record in his second season (2018)
  • First time since joining the MAC Commonwealth the Mustangs made the conference tournament
  • Defeated Alvernia, 3-2, in the MAC Commonwealth First Round
  • Advanced to the ECAC Second Round, the team's first postseason appearance since 2010
  • Fell to No. 1 Messiah in the conference semifinals, 1-0
  • Led the Mustangs to three shutouts in his first season (2017)
  • Mustangs posted their first season opening victory over the previous three seasons
  • Posted back-to-back conference overtime victories (Widener, Hood)

  • All-MAC Commonwealth Rookie of the Year (1): 2017: Tariq Lee
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Second Team (3): 2018: Tariq Lee, DR Medtart; 2017: Tariq Lee
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Honorable Mention (2): 2018: Dylan Holy, Matt Stellitano

  • Google Cloud Academic All-American Second Team (1): 2018: DR Medtart
  • Google Cloud Academic All-District: 2018 (2): Tariq Lee, DR Medtart
  • United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Region Team (1): 2018: DR Medtart
  • MAC Academic All-MAC Team: 2018 (1): DR Medtart

  • Received his NSCAA National and Advanced National Coaching Licenses, both with distinction
  • Holds the NSCAA Premier Diploma and the USSF “B” Coaching License
  • Has completed several licenses for the Scottish Football Association

  • The winningest coach in program history, guided the Mustangs to eight postseason appearances in 10 years with a 118-72-23 record
  • NCAA Tournament participants in 2010 and 2014
  • Recorded 100th career win in the 2014 NCAA Tournament First Round
  • 2014 MAC Commonwealth Champions, snapping top-ranked Messiah’s streak of seven straight titles
  • 2010 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Champions
  • Six ECAC Tournament appearances, including three title game appearances, while capturing the 2012 ECAC South crown
  • 45 All-Conference selections, including 14 First Team, two Players of the Year and two Rookies of the Year
  • Three-time Coach of the Year (2014, MAC Commonwealth; 2009, 2010 CAC)
  • 13 NSCAA Scholar All-East Region selections; NSCAA Team Academic Award (2010-11, 2013-16); NSCAA Gold Team Ethics Award (2009)
  • Stephanie Eyler became the school’s first CoSIDA Academic All-American in 2011


  • Assistant Coach, Stevenson Women’s Soccer (2006): Mustangs won a school record 15 games; berth in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament
  • Head Coach, Maryland Olympic Development Program (2006-09): 1995 girls team and the ASA Illusion U18 girls team
  • Assistant Coach, Freestate Shooters (2008): U18 Maryland State Cup Champions
  • Olympic Development Program Director, Maryland State Youth Soccer Association (2009-10, 2012-13)

  • Played at the college level for Glasgow Caledonian
  • Played as an amateur for Glasgow Westerlands in the Glasgow Western Division

  • Native of Scotland
  • Graduated from Richard Stockton in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in environmental science. Millar graduated summa cum laude with program distinction in the environmental field.
  • Attended Cardonald College where he achieved a higher national diploma in sports coaching and development
  • Wife Amanda, is a Director of Admissions at Stevenson University Online, and is the proud father of son, Gavin, born in May 2010, and daughter, Faith, born August 2017