Kasey McNeill
Kasey McNeill
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kennewick, Wash.
High School: Southridge HS '09
Position: Jumps
Experience: HS

Indoor Best at EWU
55m 7.35 • 60m 8.08 • Long Jump 16-5 3/4

Outdoor Best at EWU

100m 12.83 • Long Jump
17-8 3/4

EWU Soccer: 2012: McNeill appeared in all 15 games for the Eagles, starting in 9 of them. She took 17 shots during the season, making two of them Her first goal of the season came in a 4-1 loss at Wyoming. She also found the net in a 2-1 win versus Idaho State. McNeill also contributed two assists on the year. 2011: Appeared in 11 of 16 contests and started the match against Gonzaga (Sept. 10). Took nine shots during the season, putting five on goal for a .556 on goal percentage. Found the back of the net in the 4-0 win against Evergreen State (Sept. 16) for her second career goal. 2010: Saw action in 15 of Eastern’s 17 games during the 2010 season, averaging close to 30 minutes per contest. Registered a .500 shot on goal percentage, as four of her eight knocks were on target. In three of the four games in which McNeill played more than 30 minutes, Eastern won two and tied the other. 2009: Contributed solid minutes as a freshman, appearing in 12 of EWU’s 18 games. Scored the second goal in Eastern’s 2-2 draw with San Francisco (Sept. 25) when she crashed the near post and snuck the ball into the back of the net in the 62nd minute. In the following contest versus South Dakota (Sept. 17), McNeill recorded her first-career assist off a give-and-go with teammate Chelsey Hannesson. Was a strong offensive threat in the road game against eventual BSC Tournament champions Northern Arizona (Oct. 25), tallying two shots, one of which was on frame.

High School: McNeill was seventh in the 100 (12.33) and 11th in the long jump at the 2009 WIAA 4A State Championships. She also ran on both the 4x200 (second, 1:42.01) and 4x100 relays (third, 48.46) for Southridge High School. Her best time in the 100 was 12.24, which came at the 24th Kiwanis Invitational, where she placed first. She won two other events at the same meet, also hitting personal bests with a time of 25.64 in the 200 and a mark of 18-0 in the long jump. In soccer, McNeill claimed unanimous Columbia Basin Big 9 Conference Player of the Year accolades in 2008. She earned first team All-State accolades. She was also named first team all-league her junior and senior seasons and was a second-team selection as a sophomore.

Personal: Exercise Science major. Born 8/9/91 in Kennewick, Wash. Her parents are David and Karen McNeill.

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