Humboldt State University Athletics
ARCATA, Calif – The Humboldt State women’s soccer team announced the addition of Taylor McMillin as its assistant coach for the 2018 season. McMillin will be responsible for recruiting, training, academic tracking, as well as match and scouting reports.”We couldn’t be more excited about bringing Taylor onto the staff,” said Head Coach Paul Karver. “She was a fantastic player for us and there is no reason to think her career won’t continue to thrive as a coach. The experience she acquired as a player will make her a fantastic resource for our current players and her passion for the program will help as we continue to expand our recruiting base.”McMillin played for the Lumberjacks during the 2014 and 2017 seasons, and the Eureka, Calif., native led the team with six goals during the 2014 campaign. Before coming to HSU, McMillin rewrote the Mendocino College record book as she ranks first in program history for games played (42) and games started (41) while ranking second in points (78), goals (28), assists (22) and shots on goal (133). McMillin graduated from HSU in 2018 with a degree in kinesiology.”It is exciting to have the opportunity to be part of a great coaching staff and help coach a talented group of women who I once called my teammates,” said McMillin. “It is going to be an exciting year for everyone involved in the women’s soccer program here at Humboldt State University.”McMillin played four seasons at Eureka High School and was an all-conference selection her sophomore and senior seasons. HSU kicks off the 2018 regular season on August 30 against Concordia (Ore.) in Rohnert Park as the Lumberjacks take part in the Sonoma State Invitational.
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