“I am extremely excited to add another incredible coach to our experienced and talented coaching staff.  Graeme’s resume speaks for itself and he has a track record of developing outstanding players!”Director of Coaching Mike St. Martin

“I am very excited and honored to be working with an elite club with a professional staff that truly cares about its players. One of the best in the nation at player development and providing a competitive training environment to have their players make it to the next level. I’m looking forward to building on the tradition of success and excellence.”Coach Millar


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.

At Stevenson University

  • Led the Mustangs to three shutouts in his first season
  • Mustangs posted their first season opening victory over the previous three seasons
  • Posted back-to-back conference overtime victories (Widener, Hood)

MAC Honors and Awards

  • All-MAC Commonwealth Rookie of the Year (1): 2017: Tariq Lee
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Second Team (1): 2017: Tariq Lee

Academic Success

  • MAC Academic Honor Roll: 2017: Kevin Benitez, Andrew Catalana, Eric Dorsey, Nick Ellis, Ryan Gaukler, Matthew Glady, Dylan Holy, Tariq Lee, Alex Lingg, Kevin McGinnity, DR Medtart, Tim Mozingo, Alex Roos, Jacob Russ, Iliyan Slavov, Nathan VanRensselear

Committees and Affiliations

  • 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