2009: Started five matches and appeared in all 20 overall ... Ranked fourth on the team with three assists and fifth with seven points ... Assisted on two goals, including the game-winner, in a 3-1 victory over Notre Dame in the second round of the NCAA tournament (11/22) ... Also notched an assist in a win over Indiana (10/25) ... Posted goals in ties against Drake (9/25) and Penn State (10/11) ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2008: Appeared in all 23 matches, including making five starts ... Tallied a goal in a win over IUPUI (8/31) ... Assisted on a goal in a victory over Xavier (9/14) ... Ranked third on the team with 31 shots ... Recipient of the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2007: Came off the bench in each of the team's 20 matches as one of the first substitutes ... Ranked fifth on team with eight points ... Posted a team season-high seven shots against Green Bay (Nov. 3) ... Scored a goal in a win over No. 16 Michigan State Oct. 28 and then again the following match in a victory over Western Illinois (Oct. 31) ... Recorded a goal and an assist in a victory at Yale Sept. 7 ... Named MVP of Yale Soccer Classic ... Contributed an assist in a season-opening win over Colgate ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2006: Started 10-of-18 games in his first season ... Tied for fifth on the team with seven total points on two goals -- both game winners -- and three assists ... Recorded his first career goal and assist in the win at UC Irvine (9/4) ... Had his other goal in the win at Loyola (9/27) and notched assists against Ohio State (9/17) and Valpo (10/4).
High School: Led Salesianum High School to three state championships and a 40-0-0 record during junior and senior seasons ... Led high school to a final-national ranking of No. 8 in 2005 ... Tallied 69 goals and 64 assists in three years as a starter ... Two-time Delaware Player of the Year ... NSCAA High School All-Amercan in 2004 and 2005, one of only two repeat All-Americans in the country ... NSCAA Youth All-American in 2004 and 2005 ... Twice invited to Adidas ESP for nation's top 150 players ... Played club soccer at FC Delco leading them to four-consecutive state championships from 2002-05.
Personal: Born Eamon Patrick O'Neill ... Son of Liz and Brendon O'Neill ... Father, Brendon, was a running back at Dartmouth ... Mom, Liz, swam at Northeastern and recently completed The Marine Corps Marathon ... Chose Northwestern over Boston College, South Carolina and James Madison.