Former Rollins standout women's soccer player Alicia Milyak returns to her alma mater for her third season as an assistant coach in 2007. The all-time leader in goals scored with 51 and points with 121, Milyak looks to use her experience as a player and local youth coach to motivate the current Rollins players to perform to the best of their ability.
During her freshman season at Rollins, Milyak notched a team leading 29 points (12 goals, five assists). As a sophomore, she finished with 20 points and was named to the All-Sunshine State Conference second team. In 2000, she set Rollins records in goals scored in a season (21) and points in a season (48), and was recognized with All-SSC first team honors. She completed her career in 2001 with 10 goals and four assists for 24 points, as well as earning second team All-SSC and first team All-South Region honors. Along with being a standout player, Milyak was an outstanding student, earning membership on the 2001 Verizon Academic All-District Team.
Milyak began playing for club team Afturelding in Mosofellsbaer, Iceland (near Reykjavik) in summer 2007, and she will return to her coaching duties with Rollins in late August. She is one of three Americans on the team, and as of August 12 she had played in three games, scoring two goals with four assists while starting at forward and center midfield. Milyak has also played for the Seattle Sounders and Central Florida Krush in the W-League, the highest level of women’s soccer currently in America.
Milyak currently lives in the Orlando area where she is actively involved in youth coaching. She is currently the head coach of the girls varsity soccer team at Trinity Preparatory School in Winter Park, where she led the team to the district championship in 2005 for the first time in school history.