The Millers traveled to #2 Zionsville on Tuesday night and came away with a 1-1 draw. The Millers took the lead in the first half thanks to a well struck ball from just outside the 18 by Carter Cates that went just inside the lower left post. The Millers almost took a 2-0 lead when Josh Lovett hit a screamer from 30 out that went bar down, but the officials declared that it did not cross the goal line. On the rebound of Lovett's shot, Joe Lang went up for a header and was undercut by a Zionsville player but did not receive a penalty kick.

In the second half the Millers were called for a handball in the box. Zionsville converted on the subsequent penalty kick. Later in the second half, Carter Cates was shown a red card for a tough tackle and the Millers were forced to play a man down for the remaining 17 minutes. Even though they were playing with 10 men the Millers continued to press for the winner. Luke Kpodi had multiple runs on goal as the lone striker. Adam Carter did his part in goal to preserve the draw by stopping a few breakaway attempts and clearing corner kicks as the clock winded down.

The tie moves the Millers' unbeaten streak to six games.