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 Kia McNeill
Kia McNeill
Hometown:
Avon, Conn.

High School:
Avon

Height:
5-9

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
4th season

01/18/2013

Kristen Mewis Drafted Third Overall In The NWSL

Victoria DiMartino selected by New York in the third round.

09/07/2012

No. 6 Women's Soccer Hosts No. 8 UCF

Eagles program to celebrate Alumni Weekend on Sunday afternoon.

08/16/2012

No. 11 Women's Soccer Opens 2012 Season vs. Providence On Friday

Eagles host Friars on Friday, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m.

01/13/2012

Jillian Mastroianni Drafted By Sky Blue FC

Eagles goalkeeper selected 15th overall in the WPS Draft

10/25/2004

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Kia McNeill returns to the Heights for the third time in 2010. McNeill played for the Eagles from 2004-07 and returned as a volunteer assistant coach in 2009. This will be McNeill's fourth season serving as an assistant coach while she works towards earning her MBA from Boston College.

McNeill graduated in May 2008 from the Lynch School of Education at BC with a degree in human development and a minor in psychoanalytic studies. Two days after graduation, McNeill flew to Sweden to begin her professional soccer career as a member of an elite team - Kristianstad - in the women's league Allsvenska. McNeill was invited to return to the team but the new professional league in the United States was on her mind.

On January 16, 2009, McNeill was drafted ninth overall by Saint Louis Athletica of the Women's Professional Soccer League. McNeill has played for Saint Louis, Atlanta, Philadelphia and is currently the starting central defender for the Boston Breakers.

A native of Avon, CT, McNeill was a four-year starter and played in 86 consecutive games. McNeill played up front for the first three seasons and pulled the switch her senior season to be a defender. The move proved to be the key as McNeill was crucial to the Eagles defense as it was ranked sixth in the country in goals-against-average (0.475). McNeill finished her career as the eight all-time leading scorers with 61 career points.

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