2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015-16 - JUNIORSEC MEET RECAP
- Swam third leg in the school-record setting 200 yard medley relay with 52 team points and a 1:24.09 final time
- Recorded two personal bests in individual events, finishing 18th in the 100 butterfly (47.30) and 33rd in the 50 freestyle (20.43)
- In a time trial, finished the 100 freestyle in 44.44
- Placed 30th in the 200 butterfly (1:48.59)
2014-15 - SOPHOMORE
- Scored in a pair of meets for Tennessee in first SEC meet, finishing 20th in the 200 fly (1:45.84 - career best) and 21st in the 100 fly (47.49). His time of 47.38 in the prelims of the 100 fly was a career best.
- Also swam the 100 free in a career best 44.33 to finish 26th, just .04 away from reaching the C Final.
DUAL MEET RECAP
- Swam the third leg of the 200-yard medley relay, helping the 'A' relay team featuring Jimmy Dagley, Ross Dibblin and Troy Tillman take second place in UNCW.
- Swam the opening leg (21.48) of the 200-yard freestyle relay at Queens to help the team including Tim Wylie, Ben Miller and Duncan Johnson earn fourth place
- Earned fifth place in the 100 Fly against IU and UK (49.93)
- Swam a career-best time in the 200 Free Relay, posting an anchor leg time of 19.99 to help the UT B relay team win their heat
- Also swam a career-best time in the D final of the 200 Fly, finishing in 1:52.49
2013-14 - FRESHMANDUAL MEET RECAP
- Competed in two meets during his first fall season at UT
- Swam in four events to end the semester at the Georgia Tech Invitational: 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 200 butterfly
PRIOR TO TENNESSEE
- Won the Tennessee high school state title in the 50-yard freestyle
- Seven-time all-state selection
- USA Swimming Junior National qualifier and a USA Swimming Southern Zone All-Star
- Also broke school records in the 100-yard freestyle and 100-yard butterfly.
- Birthday: July 28, 1995
- Mills on Why Tennessee: "My swimming career at UT has helped me develop a skill set pertaining to my continual strive for improvement in all aspects of life, as well as the well-being of a large community: the team."
- Womack Family Athletic Scholarship