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      Amy Neal
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Los Alamos, N.M.

High School:
Los Alamos

Height:
5-8

Position:
D/F

CAREER HIGHS
  • Points: 4, at Alabama 9/29/13
  • Assists: N/A
  • SOG: 3, vs. James Madison 9/1/13
  • Goals: 2, at Alabama 9/29/13
  • Shots: 5 at Western Kentucky 9/5/14
  • Minutes: 72, vs. No. 20 Texas A&M 9/20/13

AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)
  • Shot five times, two of which were on goal, during 57 minutes of play at Western Kentucky (9/5)
  • Recorded a goal on a game-tying header in the 63rd minute during 41 minutes of action at Wisconsin (8/24)
  • Scored on a header in the 46th minute and had two shots on goal in 37 minutes of action vs. Milwaukee (8/22)

AS A FRESHMAN (2013)
  • Had 3 shots, 2 SOG in 67 min. at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11)
  • Played 36 minutes vs. No. 17 South Carolina (10/6)
  • Played 44 minutes vs. No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4)
  • Recorded her first goal as a Lady Vol in the 54th minute at Alabama (9/29). Then scored again in the 63rd minute.
  • Set new career-high with 72 minutes vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20)
  • Played 23 minutes in win at Mercer (9/8)
  • Recorded 37 minutes in win vs. Dayton (9/6)
  • Fired three shots on goal in 27 minutes off the bench vs. James Madison (9/1)
  • Recorded 30 minutes at No. 17 UCF (8/30))
  • Saw 19 minutes of action at Samford (8/25)
  • Played 17 minutes in career debut vs. Oklahoma (8/23)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
  • Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer, diving and track at Los Alamos High School
  • Two-time State 4A Player of the Year (2011-12)
  • State scoring champ in 2011, regular-season scoring champ in 2012
  • District Player of the Year form 2009-12, leading her team to district championships each season
  • Her 2009 Los Alamos team was the state runner-up
  • Was the 2012 state champion in the 200m
  • As a senior: 32 goals, 20 assists
  • As a junior: 33 goals, 19 assists
  • As a sophomore: 19 goals, 14 assists
  • As a freshman: 12 goals, 9 assists
  • Played club soccer for the Fusion and won the State Cup each year from 2009-12
PERSONAL
  • Intends to major in civil engineering
  • Chose Tennessee over Colorado School of Mines and New Mexico
  • Was a National Honor Society member in high school and worked with the Youth United Way and Los Alamos Youth Leadership
  • Enjoys drawing and making art
  • Parents are John and Ruth Ann Neal
  • Has two older siblings: John "Avery" William Neal and Kelsey Ann Neal
  • Amelia Bennett Neal was born on Aug. 25, 1994, in Los Alamos, N.M.
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