|1993 MILL season|
|League||Major Indoor Lacrosse League|
|Duration||January 9, 1993 - April 10, 1993|
|Number of games||8|
|Number of teams||7|
|TV partner(s)||Prime Network|
|Top draft pick||Jim Buczek|
|Picked by||Pittsburgh Bulls|
|Top scorer||John Tavares (Buffalo Bandits)|
|National champions||Buffalo Bandits|
|National runners-up||Detroit Turbos|
|American champions||Philadelphia Wings|
|American runners-up||New York Saints|
|Finals MVP||John Tavares (Buffalo)|
The 1993 Major Indoor Lacrosse League season is the 7th season of the league that began on January 9, 1993, and concluded with the championship game on April 10. 1993 saw the only undefeated season in the history of the MILL/NLL; the Buffalo Bandits won all eight of their regular season games, then defeated Boston in the Divisional finals and Philadelphia in the Championship game to finish with a perfect 10-0 record.
1993 saw no team changes from the 1992 season. The next season to see no team changes from the previous season did not occur until 2013.
|1||Buffalo Bandits – xyz||8||8||0||1.000||0.0||4–0||4–0||143||108||+35||17.88||13.50|
|2||Detroit Turbos – x||8||3||5||.375||5.0||2–2||1–3||108||122||-14||13.50||15.25|
|3||Boston Blazers – x||8||2||6||.250||6.0||2–2||0–4||93||103||-10||11.62||12.88|
|1||Philadelphia Wings – xy||8||7||1||.875||0.0||4–0||3–1||121||96||+25||15.12||12.00|
|2||New York Saints – x||8||5||3||.625||2.0||3–1||2–2||88||89||-1||11.00||11.12|
|3||Baltimore Thunder – x||8||2||6||.250||5.0||1–3||1–3||122||147||-25||15.25||18.38|
x: Clinched playoff berth; c: Clinched playoff berth by crossing over to another division; y: Clinched division; z: Clinched best regular season record; GP: Games Played
W: Wins; L: Losses; GB: Games back; PCT: Win percentage; Home: Record at Home; Road: Record on the Road; GF: Goals scored; GA: Goals allowed
Differential: Difference between goals scored and allowed; GF/GP: Average number of goals scored per game; GA/GP: Average number of goals allowed per game
No All-Star Game was played in 1993.
|Divisional Semifinals||Divisional Finals||Championship|
|Championship Game MVP||John Tavares||Buffalo|
Bold numbers indicate new single-season records. Italics indicate tied single-season records.
|Penalty Minutes||Pat Welsh||Baltimore||38|
|Shots on Goal||Paul Gait||Detroit||91|
|Loose Balls||Jim Veltman||Buffalo||102|