Abbie Millete is entering her first season on the Eagles' coaching staff and will be assisting in all facets of the program. Millete brings an impressive resume to Tallahassee, including NJCAA experience at Seminole State College, where she played for head coach Courtney Miller from 2013-15 and graduated with her associate of arts degree.
Most recently, Millete is a graduate of Piedmont College, where she earned a master's in business administration while serving as a graduate assistant for the Lions' softball team from 2017-18. Prior to that, she completed her collegiate career at the University of South Carolina Upstate (2015-17) while earning a bachelor of science in business administration and a concentration in management.
Millete started in all 58 games her senior year as a catcher for the Spartans. She posted a .310 average in her senior season at the plate with a team-leading eight home runs. The slugger earned herself 2017 ASUN Second Team All-Conference honors for her performance her senior season after making the 2016 ASUN All-Tournament Team. She also stood out in the classroom, earning 2017 ASUN All-Academic Team honors.
She helped the Spartans to their third-straight ASUN Softball Championship and was part of back-to-back championship squads during her time. Millete provided a two-RBI single in the championship contest vs. Florida Gulf Coast en route to the 8-0 victory. The Spartans advanced to the NCAA Tournament picking up a win against Ohio State before their season ended.
At Seminole State, she was a second-team All-Mid-Florida Conference selection as a freshman in 2014. She also earned First Team All-Conference and All-State honors as a sophomore in 2015. Academically, she was named NJCAA All-Academic in both 2014 and 2015.
Millete earned her undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina Upstate in May of 2017 with a bachelor of science in Business Administration and a concentration in Management. She also earned her Associates degree from Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida in May of 2015.
Millete enjoyed a standout prep career at Mandarin High School, where she was a two-time Class 8A All-State selection and twice earned first-team All-First Coast and All-Conference honors.