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Cam Milligan



  • DOB: 3/13/1995
  • Ht: 6-1
  • Wt: 201
  • Shoots: Right
  • School: Vermont
  • Hometown: Peterborough, Ontario

Milligan joins the Knighthawks after winning a Mann Cup with the Peterborough Lakers... This summer, the 23-year-old collected 10 points in eight games... Winning the Senior “A” championship capped off an incredible year in which he also an Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) title with the Whitby Steelhawks... Milligan now begins the journey to win another cup, the NLL, as a member of the Knighthawks... The Peterborough, Ontario, native is getting a second chance to play in the National Lacrosse League, following his selection in the sixth round (54th overall) of the 2017 NLL Entry Draft by the New England Black Wolves... He gives Rochester another weapon on the right side of the offense... He has proven that he can play a high level the past two years in Senior A ball... Aside from playing with the Lakers this past summer, he was a member of the Burnaby Lakers (Western Lacrosse Association) in 2017... That season, he collected the fourth-most assists in the league with 35, while finishing tied for 10th in points with 51... Milligan was also an outstanding collegiate player at the University of Vermont, where he finished third in assists and seventh in points in school history... With the Catamounts, he was a two-time America East All-Conference selection and Vermont’s 2015 co-MVP. He completed his college career with 170 points (84 +86)... At the Junior “A” level, he spent the majority of his six seasons with the Peterborough Lakers... In 2015, he led the Ontario Lacrosse Association in assists (64) and was second in points (98)... In 2016, he was traded out west to the Delta Islanders and finished the regular season with five points in three games... During the British Columbia Lacrosse League Playoffs, he erupted for 38 points (13+25) in 12 games... He continued to post impressive numbers as he led the Islanders with 11 points in three Minto Cup games... He concluded his junior career with an impressive 470 points (168+302) in 152 regular season/postseason games.

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