Milla Durnell

To recruit Milla (#67 NSW) please call Ash on (561) 838-6129 or email

Milla’s Introduction:
I’m an Australian Yr 11 (Junior) seeking to compete in the sport I love while pursuing a degree in the American Collegiate system. I place a lot of value on Education. I am primarily a Catcher but I also play 3rd Base. I’d make a strong roster member in College because I’ve played Softball at the highest level possible for my age in Australia, making the U16 Australian Talent Development squad, and I am for the second year running a member of the U16 Team NSW Softball. I like working in a team environment and am eager for new challenges. I’m always trying to learn new things to get better at my sport.

Birthday: 3rd February 2007
Height: 5’4″
Weight: 135lbs
Country: Australia
NCAA ID#: 2208634447
SAT Exam: Coming soon
HS Name: St.Leos Catholic College
HS Class: 2025
HS GPA: 3.1

Teams Represented & Achievements:
2022 U16 Team Australia Talent Development Squad
2022 U16 Team NSW Australian National Championship Winners

2022 U16 Team NSW, Leadership Group at Australian National Championship
2022 U17 NSWCCC schools team
2022 U16 NSW State Championship – Team North Shore 2nd Place
2022 U18 NSW State Championship – Team North Shore
2021 U16 NSW State Championship – Team 2nd Place
2021 U14 Aussie Diamonds Squad
2021 U17 NSWCCC Schools Team
2021 U14 NSW Team Metro Strikers – Tri Series Champions
2020 U14 Team NSW Country, Gold Team, Best Fielder Award
2020 U14 NSW State Champions – Team North Shore.

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High School Sophomore Results:
English | C
Food Technology | B grade
History | B grade
Mathematics | C grade
Health & PE | B grade
Sports Studies | B grade
Religion | C grade
Science | C grade

Academic Goals:
I wish to study Physiotherapy or Physical Education, Kinesiology, and Exercise Science to keep me involved with the sport I love.

College Goals:
I’ve developed a busy schedule over the past few years that juggles, school, sports, and extracurricular activities. This has made it possible for me to balance playing softball and studying while still getting good grades. Given that I already have a busy schedule in College, I think this will help me. As a competitor, I aim to raise the bar for my performance. I will practice longer hours in an effort to outperform my opposition. Winning a title with a collegiate team would be a dream come true. Another objective I have for college is to establish contacts all across the world and create friends for life.

Life Goals:
My life goals are to play Softball at a Professional level and to play for Australia at the Olympics.

Why do you want to compete at College ?
I believe that competing in the Collegiate system will allow me to play at a very high level whilst also studying what I want. I also believe that competing at College will help to expose me to more opportunities to broaden my Softball career.

What makes you different ?
Something that makes me different is that I am an identical twin. Me and my twin sister both play Softball and have played together since our first game. This has made me a very competitive person as I am always putting in my best to try and be that bit better than her. This has helped the both of us to become better players by pushing each other.