Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College football team has announced the hiring of Kevin Mill as an assistant coach responsible for the tight end and fullback positions. The Bantams, coached by Jeff Devanney (13th season), finished the 2017 campaign with an 8-1 record to capture the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship crown for the second consecutive season.
Mill joins the Bantam coaching staff after coaching at Guilford College in South Carolina from 2014-2018. He was named the running backs and tight ends coach in 2014 and helped lead an offense that finished in the top ten nationally in total offense and scoring offense and was first in the country across all divisions in third down efficiency. He was named the assistant special teams coordinator in 2015 and later the offensive Line coach for the 2016 season, helping the Quakers rank No. 22 nationally in offense and post the second-highest season rushing total in program history.
Mill joined the Guilford coaching staff after a successful playing career as a member of the Princeton University Tigers from 2008-2012. He was a three-year starter at multiple offensive line positions and a member of a senior class that led the Tigers to the biggest turnaround in program history and its first H-Y-P championship since 2006. While on the offensive line, the Tigers led the Ivy League in rushing in both 2008 and 2011, and ranked second in scoring offense in 2012. Mill has also worked as a client relationship associate for The Vanguard Group and as a counselor for Camp Shriver of the Special Olympics of New Jersey.