Named All-SBC in April, 2009 ... Became the sixth Blue Raider golfer to qualify for the U.S. Amateur and only the second to make the cut and reach the match play round of 64 (2008) ... First Middle Tennessee player to garner All-American recognition since 1968 (Golf Coaches Association of America) ... Named to the Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll (GPA 3.0-3.49) for 2007-08 academic year ... 2008 NCAA Championship Participant.
2009 Spring: Earned All-SBC honors after leading Middle Tennessee in stroke average with a 72.7 ... Turned in top performances in last two events entering the NCAA Central Regional, finishing fifth (out of 74) at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate and sixth at the SBC Championships, respectively ... Enjoyed best round of the spring with a 2-under 70 in the final round of the SBC Championships ... Had two top 10 finishes in five spring events ... Helped lead Middle Tennessee to the title at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship as well as the first SBC Golf Championship in program history ... Finished 20th (out of 75) at the NCAA Regional carding a 5-over 221.
2008 Fall: Continued to make strides on the links, leading the team with a 70.75 average in the four tournaments ... Fired a career-low 65 during the second round of the Mason Rudolph Championship in Nashville ... Finished with an 8-under 205 at the event for a second place result out of 90 players ... The 205 ranks as the second-lowest three-round score in school history ... Also shot under par in the season-opening Aldila Intercollegiate with a 4-under 212 ... Carded a 66 during the second round on his way to a 17th-place finish ... Earned his second top-five result by placing third (out of 76 participants) at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate to conclude the campaign ... Recorded a 69 during the event's final round.
Middle Tennessee's highest finisher at the NCAA Division I Men's Championship when he tied for 18th at the Kampen Course (Purdue University) ... Helped lead Middle Tennessee to the NCAA Division I Men's Championship for the first time and the Blue Raiders also earned an at-large berth into the NCAA East Regional, marking the first time they had received an at-large invite ... Part of lineup that registered a school-record five tournament wins, including four straight ... Ranked 25th in final Sun Belt standings with stroke average of 73.9 ... Turned in six Top 20 finishes and had 10 rounds of par or better.
SPRING 2008: Helped lead Middle Tennessee to its first NCAA Division I Men's Golf National Championship, where the Blue Raiders made the cut and finished 15th nationally ... Was in the lineup for 12 of 13 team events ... Highest finish was seventh (out of 67 participants) at The All-American, where he led the team in scoring for the first time and helped lead the team to the first of four consecutive tournament wins ... Spring stroke average was 73.9 - third-best on the team ... Finished 17th with a 2-over 218 at the Ron Smith Invitational ... Finished 18th at the Carter Plantation Intercollegiate ... Finished 11th at the Aldila Intercollegiate ... Finished 21st at The Maxwell.
FALL 2007: Established career-low 68 in the second round of his first collegiate tournament at the Scenic City Invitational in Chattanooga ... Tied career-low with 68 at the Jaguar Intercollegiate and turned in a 14th-place finish with a 3-under 213.
Named Daily News Journal Golfer of the Year as a junior and senior and was named to the publication's All-Area Golf Team four straight years ... Ranked No. 75 nationally by the American Junior Golf Association and was regarded as the third-rated prep prospect by the Junior Golf Scoreboard ... Capped high school career with fourth-place finish in the TSSAA Class AAA Golf Tournament and tied for low medalist at Region 4-AAA Tournament ... Had two Top 10 finishes at the state tournament ... Three-time All-State selection ... Owned 69.8 stroke average during senior season ... Finished in Top 10 11 times in 15 summer tournaments prior to senior season ... Low round was 62.
Jason is undecided on a major ... Son of Eddie and Debbie Millard ... Won the Rutherford County Open Championship in 2006 and 2007.