Mark Millon is one of the most decorated players in lacrosse history, and is regarded as one of the top players to ever play the game. Millon started at UMASS as one of the top players in the nation, as has gone on to lead a long and accomplished career. Millon has been a NLL and MLL all-star, and has also played for Team USA in the World Games. Mark is a member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the University of Massachusetts Hall of Fame, and the Long Island Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Mark now is the director of his extremely popular and successful lacrosse camp, Millon Lacrosse Camps.
Mark has played for a number of teams in his MLL career, most notably for Baltimore. During his career he has amassed over 200 goals and over 100 assists, and has repeatedly been one of the top players in the league. Millon was selected in the 2013 MLL Supplemental Draft after announcing his return to the MLL after a five-season absence. He was selected first by the Rattlers. Mark’s career milestones:
· 2005 MLL Co-MVP
· 2002, 2003 MLL Offensive Player of the Year
· 2002 MLL Championship Game MVP
· 2001 All Star Showcase MVP
· 2000 MLL All Star Showcase MVP
Mark was one of the top players in the country during his time at UMASS, and was also inducted into the University of Massachusetts Hall of Fame. While at UMASS, Millon was a three time All-American (a two time First Team All-American), and also led the Minutemen to three births in the NCAA tournament.
Mark is a two-time Team USA member and World Champion. In 1998, Millon was voted the World Games’ best attackman, and was named to the All-World team.