Robert Milner was promoted to head women's soccer coach in June 2012. Milner joined the Huntingdon staff in 2011 as an assistant women’s soccer coach.
In 2013, Milner’s team set Huntingdon’s NCAA-era records for fewest goals allowed in a season (22) and shutouts in a season (7).
Milner has previously coached at the high school and club level. At the club level, he has coached with the Capital City Streaks, FC Torjager and River Region Rapids. He spent three seasons as the head coach at St. James School in Montgomery. Milner is also an active member of the Alabama Olympic Development Program, which works with elite players on the state level. He also works numerous summer camps each year.
A native of Cork City, Ireland, Milner won two national high school championships, won honors with the U-16 Irish National Team and played professionally for the U-21 Cork City FC. He also had many trials with professional English premier teams before coming to the United States.
In college, he played two seasons for Martin Methodist College in Tennessee before transferring to Auburn University-Montgomery and playing two seasons. At AUM, he helped his team win the Region XIII championship and reach the Final Four.