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Offensive Statistics |------------SHOTS------------| Season GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT ------------------------------------------------------- Goalkeeping Statistics |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----| Season GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho --------------------------------------------------------------- 2009 14-10 1161:52 24 1.86 90 .789 5 7 1 4
2009: Millar was named defensive player of the week by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for the week of October 5-11 ... during this week, playing in relief of Mountain Lions starting goalkeeper Ashley Armstrong, she recorded her second shutout of the season after notching seven saves against New Mexico Highlands in a 1-0 win ... is second for career games played (14), tied for first in career wins (5), second for career saves (90), and tied for career shutouts (4) ... tied for first in single-season wins (5), tied for first in single-season shutouts (4), and second in single-season saves (90) ... on Oct. 23 recorded 11 saves against Fort Lewis ... made 90 saves with a save percentage of .789 ... in the RMAC rankings Millar placed fifth in save percentage (.789), took fifth in overall saves (90), second in saver per game (6.43), and sixth in number of shutouts (4) ... during the season Millar had five wins with four of them being shutouts.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS: Legacy High School. ... Selected to the Colorado High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State Team ... Named first team All-Conference (Front Range) ... Selected Honorable Mention MetroNorth Newspaper All-Region Soccer Team. ... Was eam captain, 08 and 09. ... Most Valuable Defender 09. ... State Qualifier, 06,07,08,09.
Personal: Parents Jean and Dean. ... Sister Ashley. ... Honor Roll and Received an Art Award in high school.
Stories featuring Kayla Millar
|November 4, 2009||UCCS' season ends with playoff loss||DURANGO - The first playoff foray for the University of Colorado at Colorado women's soccer program concluded with Wednesday's 3-0 loss to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks at Dirks Field.|
|November 1, 2009||Mountain Lions Qualify for Playoffs Despite Loss to No. 4 Metro State||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs qualified for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs on Sunday despite its 5-1 loss at the hands of the No. 4-ranked Metro State Roadrunners at Auraria Field.|
|October 30, 2009||Mountain Lions Stay Alive in Playoff Race with Big Win over Nebraska-Kearney||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs kept itself relevant in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoff picture with a 5-0 victory over the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Friday evening at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|October 25, 2009||UCCS slips to seventh place with tie||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's soccer team slipped into seventh place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Sunday after the Mountain Lions could manage no better than a 1-1 draw against the Adams State Grizzlies at ASC Soccer Field.|
|October 23, 2009||Nationally-ranked Fort Lewis escapes with win despite scrappy UCCS effort||In all sports, but in soccer particularly, the scoreboard tells only a fraction of the story.|
|October 21, 2009||UCCS battles Regis, weather in loss||Marissa Davis had a goal and an assist to lead the Regis Rangers to a 2-0 win over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs on a Frigid Wednesday evening at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|October 16, 2009||Playoff Picture Comes into Focus as Mountain Lions Win Third Straight||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's soccer team climbed into playoff relevance with their third straight win, a 3-0 decision over the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Friday evening at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|October 14, 2009||UCCS takes commanding Steel & Silver lead with win over Thunderwolves||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs took a commanding lead in the 2009-10 Steel & Silver Series Wednesday evening as the Mountain Lions women's soccer team defeated the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves 1-0 at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|October 13, 2009||Freshman goalkeeper Millar named RMAC defensive player of the week||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs freshman Kayla Millar was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's women's soccer defensive player of the week, the conference announced Tuesday.|
|October 13, 2009||UCCS gets historic first as three athletes honored as RMAC players of the week||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs notched a historic first Tuesday when three Mountain Lion players in three different sports were all named players of the week by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.|
|October 9, 2009||Royer's goal enough as UCCS, Millar blank New Mexico Highlands||Meghan Royer scored in the 12th minute and freshman goalkeeper Kayla Millar earned her second career shutout at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs defeated the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Friday afternoon at Perkins Stadium.|
|October 2, 2009||Mitchell's hat trick propels Orediggers||Kayla Mitchell scored a hat trick to lead the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers to a 4-0 win over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in women's soccer action Friday afternoon at CSM Soccer Field.|
|September 27, 2009||Pitt's Goal Enough as UCCS Beats Lopers||Coury Pitt's goal in the 37th minute provided all the offense the Mountain Lion's needed as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs beat the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers 1-0 Sunday afternoon at Foster Field.|
|September 25, 2009||No. 13 Metro State stops Mountain Lions||Talk about tough opening acts...|
|September 23, 2009||Colorado Christian evens season series with overtime win||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs led twice but was unable to hold the advantage, eventually falling 3-2 in overtime to the Colorado Christian Cougars Wednesday afternoon at Cougar Field.|
|August 23, 2009||Mountain Lions tie Division I Air Force in exhibition match||In boxing, a counterpuncher waits his opponent out by using stifling defense while looking patiently for weaknesses or mistakes to exploit. Sunday at the Cadet Soccer Stadium two soccer counterpunchers went at each other.|