|High School:||West Orange HS|
2018: Spring SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll… Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll… Saw time in 10 games, earning three starts… earned 11 ground balls and three caused turnovers… spent a total of 236:36 minutes in cage… faced 84 shots, allowing 38 goals and making 28 saves… posted a save percentage of .424 while compiling a goals against average of 9.64… earned two wins on the season… notched a career best six saves on February 23, 2018 against Catawba… won a career best five ground balls on March 31, 2018 against Palm Beach Atlantic… started against Lincoln Memorial (2/18/18), Wingate (2/25/18), and Palm Beam Atlantic (3/31/18)… earned five saves against Tampa (2/10/18), and Palm Beach Atlantic (3/31/18)… notched a 100 percent save percentage on March 31, 2018 against Palm Beach Atlantic, making five saves while allowing no goals in 30 minutes of action.
2017: Spring SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll... Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll... Fall Athletic Director's Honor Roll... Saw time in seven games, earning two starts... played a total of 166:41 minutes in cage... faced a total of 65 shots, earning 20 saves for a save percentage of .364... allowed 35 goals, posting a goals against average of 12.60 on the season... aded seven ground balls and one caused turnover on the season... earned a season best five saves in three games... picked up a season best three ground balls on February 8 against Tampa... notched her first collegiate caused turnover on April 28 against Florida Tech.
High School: Attended West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Fla... led the Warriors to win the District Championship in 2016... named to the U.S. Lacrosse All-Academic Team... two-time All-Metro Team member... earned a spot on the Florida Senior All-Star Team... was a two-time member of the National Tournament Team... played club lacrosse for RC Elite and Florida Revolution Lacrosse.
Personal: Daughter of Robyn and Rick Neely... sister to Connor... her father played tennis at the collegiate level... majoring in International Business... aspires to be an attorney at an international corporation... loves traveling and playing tennis... chose Rollins because of the excellent academics, the vibrant campus, and the opportunity to play lacrosse.
|Mar 31||Palm Beach Atl.||W, 19-2|
|Apr 4||No. 1 Florida Southern||W, 11-10|
|Apr 7||at No. 5 Florida Tech||L, 21-12|
|Apr 14||Saint Leo||W, 19-8|
|Apr 18||at Embry-Riddle (FL)||W, 21-13|
|Apr 27||at Florida Southern||L, 23-6|
|Feb 10||at Tampa||L, 10-6||0||30:00||4||5||55.6|
|Feb 18||Lincoln Memorial||W, 16-3||1||30:00||2||2||50.0|
|Feb 20||No. 1 Adelphi||L, 15-11||-||-||-||-||-|
|Feb 23||at Catawba||W, 16-5||0||30:00||3||6||66.7|
|Feb 25||at Wingate||W, 19-8||1||23:13||5||3||37.5|
|Mar 6||No. 10 Queens (N.C.)||W, 15-4||-||-||-||-||-|
|Mar 9||Seton Hill||W, 14-8||-||-||-||-||-|
|Mar 12||No. 25 Lock Haven||W, 16-9||0||9:36||2||0||0.0|
|Mar 15||vs. Young Harris||W, 20-14||0||20:59||4||2||33.3|
|Mar 17||vs. Ala.-Huntsville||W, 19-12||0||30:00||8||3||27.3|
|Mar 23||at No. 6 Limestone||W, 9-7||-||-||-||-||-|
|Mar 25||at Lenoir-Rhyne||W, 15-6||-||-||-||-||-|
|Mar 31||Palm Beach Atl.||W, 19-2||1||30:00||0||5||100.0|
|Apr 4||No. 1 Florida Southern||W, 11-10||-||-||-||-||-|
|Apr 7||at No. 5 Florida Tech||L, 21-12||0||2:48||2||0||0.0|
|Apr 14||Saint Leo||W, 19-8||-||-||-||-||-|
|Apr 18||at Embry-Riddle (FL)||W, 21-13||0||30:00||8||2||20.0|
|Apr 27||at Florida Southern||L, 23-6||-||-||-||-||-|