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2 Carlson Milikin
Carlson  Milikin


Richmond, Va.

High School:
Woodberry Forest

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195



Men's Lacrosse Finds Itself in Unfamiliar Territory

By Jeff White (

• Appeared in all 15 of UVa's games as a SSDM
• Scored one goal and one assist
• Picked up 14 ground balls with seven caused turnovers
• Tallied one assist at No. 7 Loyola (Feb. 7)
• Scored first career goal against Georgetown (April 18)

• Appeared in 12 of UVa's 16 games
• Saw time as SSDM
• Tallied first career point on an assist at Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 25)
• Picked up seven ground balls and caused one turnover
• Had a season-high two ground balls at No. 5 North Carolina (April 5) and at No. 4 Maryland (March 30)

• Appeared in one of UVa's 15 games and missed the rest with a lower extremity injury
• Received a medical hardship
• Made collegiate debut against Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 26)


• Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and a three-year starter
• All-state and all-prep honoree at Woodberry Forest
• MVP of the lacrosse team
• Central Virginia Player of the Year in 2011
• Scored 37 goals and had 17 assists in 2011
• Led Woodberry Forest School to the 2010 state championship
• All-state defensive back in football and also played basketball
• Four-year starter on the football team

• Son of Tony and Terri Milikin
• Born in Fort Worth, Texas
• Has a younger brother, Christian, and a younger sister, Caroline
• Volunteered at the Peter Paul Development Center, an outreach that gives children a safe, consistent, structured and loving environment in which to thrive - serving Richmond's East End



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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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