2013: Finished second on team with 21 appearances in relief ... registered 17 strikeouts in 23.1 innings ... pitched season-high 3.2 innings of relief and allowed one run with four strikeouts vs. Temple (March 30) ... pitched two scoreless innings, allowing a pair of hits, against No. 1 seed Saint Louis at Atlantic 10 Championship (May 24) ... registered first career hit as a pinch hitter, and later scored, at Georgetown (April 9).
2012: Led all pitchers with 22 relief appearances in sophomore season ... pitched 35.1 innings and allowed 19 earned runs ... totaled 31 strikeouts against 11 walks ... recorded multiple strikeouts in nine appearances ... struck out a career-high four batters against Cornell (March 11) ... did not allow a run over a seven-game stretch from April 3-18 ... only 10 of 36 hits allowed went for extra bases ... allowed just one run with one strikeout on three hits in 3.1 innings of work at Maryland (March 20) ... pitched a career-high six innings, surrendering two earned runs vs. St. Bonaventure (April 21).
2011: Finished second on team with 17 appearances in debut season at GW ... pitched 18.2 innings allowing nine earned runs with eight strikeouts ... had five inning streak of not allowing a run from 4/23-5/10 ... allowed one earned run and pitched three innings in first career start against UMBC (4/20).
High School: Named team MVP at Bishop O'Connell High School under head coach Rick Hart during senior year ... hit .508 with OBP of .647 ... named Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Player of the Year in senior season ... also named to First Team All-Conference, First Team All-State, First Team All-Area, Second Team All-Met in senior season ... recipient of Arlington Country Sportsmanship Award ... named Honorable Mention All-Conference in sophomore and junior seasons ... also named Academic All-State in junior year ... played for club teams Mazda Mets and Virginia Barnstormers ... member of National Honor Society, Latin Honor Society and Student Countil Association ... attended IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL.
Personal: Born Colin Charles Milon on 10/24/90 in Washington, DC ... son of Mark and Bara Milon ... has younger sister Hayley (18) ... intended major is political science ... aspires to play professional baseball followed by law school and a career in politics.
Milon's Career Pitching Statistics
Milon's Career Batting Statistics