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McCabe Millon

175 lbs.
Reisterstown, Md.
McDonogh School
High School
McCabe Millon - Men's Lacrosse - Virginia Cavaliers

2024 – “McCabe never stops running, and running fast. With our wearable GPS tracking devices, the man with the highest volume and player load at the end of most practices is McCabe. And he is not just a volume guy. McCabe’s acceleration and top-end speed are scintillating. With every drill, McCabe is pouring his own gas on the fire and bringing everything he has. No wonder he was as highly-touted as he was out of high school. McCabe will be an immediate impact player with our program in his first spring in Charlottesville.”


  • Leads all Division I freshmen in total goals and points
  • Recorded three goals and three assists in UVA’s 11-10 double-overtime win over Johns Hopkins (May 19) in NCAA Quarterfinals
  • Scored three goals and dished out a pair of assists at No. 7 Syracuse (April 20)
  • Tied his season high of five goals against UAlbany (March 19)
  • Poured in a season-high seven points (4g, 3a) in UVA’s 16-7 win over Robert Morris (March 5)
  • Tallied five goals in his collegiate debut against No. 8 Michigan (Feb. 10)


  • Inside Lacrosse’s and NLF’s No. 1 overall prospect
  • Five-star prospect according to Inside Lacrosse
  • National Senior All-American Game MVP (2023)
  • McDonogh team captain (2023)
  • Led McDonogh to back-to-back MIAA conference championships (2022-23)
  • Three-time MIAA all-conference selection (2021-23)
  • Three-time MIAA all-conference All-Tournament Team (2021-23)
  • MIAA Tournament MVP (2022)
  • Three-time all-state selection (2021-23)
  • Two-time Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection (2022-23)
  • Two-time high school All-American (2022-23)
  • Two-time coach’s leadership award recipient (2021, 2023)
  • McDonough Team MVP (2022)
  • Two-time McDonogh class president (2020-21)
  • Competed on the travel circuit for Team 91 Maryland


  • Son of Mark and Erin Millon
  • Has one brother, Brendan
  • Father, Mark, played lacrosse at UMass (1990-93) and was inducted into the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2009
  • Mother, Erin, played lacrosse at Maryland (1989-90) and was inducted into US Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2014
  • Avid fan of the New York Yankees and enjoys golfing
  • Currently studying in UVA’s College of Arts and Sciences

“I chose the University of Virginia because of its unique combination of elite athletics, challenging academics, and a beautiful campus. When I first visited UVA, the moment I stepped on Grounds I felt comfortable and confident that Charlottesville was the right place for me to take my next step in life. Also, the relationships and brotherhood that I have seen in my short experiences thus far made it feel like home to me.”