Bill Millar enters his 29th season as the head coach of the Brock men’s soccer program. He is the all-time winningest coach in school history having posted a regular season record of 123-155-74.
Millar was born in Lennoxtown, Scotland and immigrated to Canada at the age of 13. Millar then moved to Hamilton and attended McMaster University where he was a standout soccer player. He is also a former player for the Canadian National Team.
In April 2012, Millar was a member of the first ever class inducted into the Hamilton Soccer Hall of Fame.
In addition to coaching the Brock team, Millar has held positions as Chairman of the Ontario Soccer Association (OSA) Coaching Development Committee, OSA Staff Coach and Instructor, Director of Coaching for Olympia Sports Camp and Director of Coaching for Grimsby Town Youth Soccer Club.
Millar has lived in Grimsby for 38 years, and was a school teacher for 33 before retiring.
In 2002, Millar led the Badgers to their first ever Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) National Championship with a 1-0 victory over the host Carleton Ravens. That same season they captured an OUA bronze medal. In 1995, the Badgers were crowned the OUAA West Division Champions and CIAU bronze medalists.
Millar's teams have won the President's Cup twice as the Brock Men's Team of the Year which includes the 1992-93 and 2002-03 seasons.
Adam enters his first season with the Brock men’s soccer team as their Goalkeeper Coach, but is no stranger to the Brock soccer program.
Carter is a Badgers alumnus from 1994 thru 1996; a member of the 1995 OUAA Western Division Championship and CIAU National Bronze Medalist Team, and holds a Bachelor of Physical Education Degree, class of 1997.
Coach Carter is a provincially (Ontario), nationally (Canada) and internationally (United States) certified coach through the Ontario Soccer Association, the Canadian Soccer Association, the National Coaching Certification Program, and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, as well as being nationally licensed through the United States Soccer Federation, and has completed five different goalkeeper specific coaching courses.
Always a student of the game, Adam strives to further his knowledge through formal education and unique training opportunities, and brings to the Badgers program a diverse vision of the game with 22 years of amateur playing experience, 16 years of officiating, and 10 years of coaching, at the club, district, regional, varsity, post-secondary, senior and veterans levels.
In addition to coaching with the Badgers program, Adam is the Technical Director and Club Head Coach for the Pelham Soccer Club, a Goalkeeper Trainer with both Euro Star Goalkeeper Academy and Parada Goalkeeping School, and is the Owner and Technical Director of AC Goalkeeping her in the Niagara Region.
Originally from Bowmanville, Ontario, he has called the Niagara Region home since 1994, and is sworn member of the Niagara Regional Police Service, having previously received three separate Chiefs of Police Commendations, was named Divisional Police Officer of the year in 2003, was recognized by the Governor General of Canada in 2002 with the Queens Golden Jubilee Medal for Outstanding Community Service, is an Officer of the Order of St. John, and is an Armiger…VICTRIX PERSISTENTIA!