Purdue Personal Preferences Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Favorite Pro Stadium: United Center
Favorite Country to Root for at World Cup: Italy
Person She'd Like to Have Dinner With: Shae Desmond
In Her MP3 Player: Kid Cudi
Last Concert She Attended: Blake Shelton
Favorite Actor & Actress: Zac Efron & Cameron Diaz
Favorite Month: May
Favorite Holiday: Halloween
Favorite Food: Sloppy Joes
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Sun Bathing
Another Sport She Enjoys Playing: Basketball
Favorite Big City: Chicago
Unique Travel Locale: Hawaii
Country She'd Most Like to Visit: England
Favorite Thing About the Boilermaker Soccer Complex: The Locker Room
Most Memorable Game at Purdue: 2013 at Michigan State
Furry Friend: Mia, Beagle
SOPHOMORE / 2014 Academic All-Big Ten... Milaro played in 10 games, including six Big Ten matches... recorded an assist in both wins as Purdue swept its Ball State-SIU Edwardsville weekend... helped setup goals by Maddy Williams vs. Ball State and Erika Arkans vs. SIUE... logged a season-high 41 minutes against Wisconsin... also saw action in Big Ten games against Penn State, Rutgers, Nebraska, Iowa and Indiana... recorded four shots on goal among her six shots for the second... put both of her shot attempts on goal against Ball State... logged double-figure minutes in seven of the 10 games in which she played... averaged 16.8 minutes per game.
FRESHMAN / 2013 Milaro played in 18 of the 19 games, missing only the Ohio Stage game... recorded a season-high five shots while logging a season-most 48 minutes in the Michigan State game... also saw lots of action off the bench against Akron (35 minutes), IPFW (37) and Minnesota (28)... logged the most minutes among reserves against Minnesota... logged double-figure minutes in 11 of the 18 games in which she played, including five straight in which she played midseason... averaged 15.5 minutes per game.
HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB Four-year varsity letter-winner recorded 58 goals and 38 assists in her first three seasons for coach John Nikchevich... ESCC player of the year as a junior after posting a 20-20 season (20 goals, 21 assists), helping lead Nazareth Academy to the conference title... among Top 50 players in Illinois list as a senior... three-time all-area and all-conference performer... scored 22 goals as freshman while playing forward before moving to a center midfielder role... also played basketball as an underclassman... scholar athlete was in National Honor Society and a four-year high honor roll student.