Millay had an integral role for the Generals, amassing a combined 51 wins during his two-year career at Sheridan. As a Freshman, Millay elected to remove his redshirt during the conference season after key players Tate Stensgaard and Isaac Oeltjen went down with season-ending injuries, and helped SC claim a share of the Region 9 North Regular Season Title. As a Sophomore, Taylor helped SC win 27 games and advance to the Region 9 Final Four before the Generals were knocked out by the host school, NJC.
Coach Smiley had this to say about Taylor: "We're really happy for Taylor and his commitment to play at Mt. Marty. This has been a long and at times frustrating process for Taylor, because he didn't get to consistently play the minutes that he deserved during his time on campus. Taylor was worthy of playing big minutes, but was stuck in a position with 3 other post players and at times there just weren't minutes available. Even with that as a hindrance, Taylor was always a team-first guy, and was always ready when his number was called upon. I told Taylor that this year would be his most frustrating year, and I truly believe he will have a huge impact at Mt. Marty and play big minutes his last two years."
Millay is the 6th General to move on this year, joining Iakeem Alston (St. Bonaventure), Fred Dure (Arkansas State), Kaileb Rodriguez (Nevada), Josh Adeyeye (Jacksonville U), and Tate Hilgenkamp (Black Hills State U).