Hit: February 8, 2013 vs. Hawaii in Honolulu, Hawaii, 1B
Double: March 23, 2013 at Arizona
Home run: N/A
Stolen base: February 9, 2013 vs. UAB in Honolulu, Hawaii
Hitting Streak: 3, April 13 – 21, 2013 (.375, 3x8, 1 2B, 2 RBI, 1 BB)
At-Bats: 5, February 23, 2013 vs. Georgia in Palm Springs, Calif.
Runs Scored: 3, February 22, 2013 vs. Illinois in Palm Springs, Calif.
Hits: 3, May 19, 2013 vs. Hawaii (NCAA Regionals)
Doubles: 1 (2x), last: April 20, 2013 vs. Stanford
Home runs: N/A
RBI: 3, February 23, 2013 vs. Georgia in Palm Springs, Calif.
Stolen Bases: 1 (3x), last: May 3, 2013 at Utah
Walks: 2 (3x), last: March 23, 2013 at Arizona
Strikeouts: 3, February 15, 2013 vs. Notre Dame in San Diego, Calif.
Hit By Pitch: N/A
2013 (Freshman): Started in 58 of the Huskies 62 games…Started in all six game on opening weekend at shortstop ... had an RBI in the season-opener vs. SMC ... drew a walk in game one vs. UAB ... had one hit, one run and one walk vs. Hawai'i in game one ... stole her first career base in game two vs. UAB ... had two hits and two runs… started all six games at the Campbell/Cartier Classic at shortstop ... had two hits vs. No. 24/22 Kentucky ... had one hit, one walk, one RBI and one run vs. UC Riverside ... had a hit and a stolen base vs. Virginia ... had a stolen base, three runs, one hit and two walks vs. Illinois ... had two runs, two hits and three RBI vs. No. 13/16 Georgia ... scored once and drew a walk vs. Brown ... had a run and a hit vs. Bradley ... had a hit, a run and a walk vs. Nebraska-Omaha ... scored once and had an RBI at Colorado State ... scored twice, had two RBI and walked twice vs. Ohio ... had a hit and a run vs. New Mexico ... had a hit and a walk vs. Yale ... had a sac hit vs. Seattle ... had one hit against Michigan ... had a double, scored once and walked twice in game one at Arizona... drew a walk in game two vs. Oregon ... had a hit in game three ... scored once in game one at OSU ... walked once in game two ... made a great defensive play in game three live on the Pac-12 Networks which led to a double play ... Had one hit in game two at ASU ... Made the start at SS in game two at ASU and went 1x2 at the plate…Made the start at SS in all 3 games vs. Stanford…Went 1-for-2 with 1 double, 2 RBI, and 1 walk in game one…Went 1-for-4 in game two…Made the start at SS in all 3 games at Utah…Went 1-for-3 with a stolen base in game one…Made the start at SS in all 3 games vs. Cal…Went 1-for-3 in game one…Went 1-for-4, her single coming in the bottom of the 7th as the Huskies rallied to tie the game in the 7th and win it, 9-8, in 9 innings…Made the start at SS in all 3 games of the NCAA Regionals…Scored the winning run in the 5th inning of game one vs. Portland State after drawing a walk, finished 0-for-2 with 1 run scored and 1 walk…Went 2-for-3 with 1 RBI in game two vs. Hawaii…Went 3-for-3 with 1 RBI in game three vs. Hawaii…Made the start at SS in both game of the NCAA Super Regionals vs. Missouri…Made the start at SS in all 4 games of the Women’s College World Series.
From Simi Valley, Calif., McNeill joined the Huskies out of Notre Dame HS in Sherman Oaks and played for the So Cal Pumas 18 Gold ... in 2009 she was the Notre Dame Female Athlete of the Year and helped her basketball team to the CIF Division III Championship ... in 2010 she was the basketball Defensive Player of the Year and made the CIF Academic Team for softball and basketball ... in 2011, she was MVP of her HS softball team, the Mission League MVP, First-Team All-League, All-CIF Division III and a Los Angeles Daily News All-Valley selection ... she also earned academic honors for the second-straight year ... in 2012 she was the team MVP, league MVP, first-team all-league and earned all-state honors ... in HS her final two years, hit .539 (2001) and .492 (2012), had 80 total hits, 22 RBI and 45 stolen bases out of 47 attempts.
Born March 22, 1994 ... parents are Robin and Lenny ... has one sibling, Chris who plays football at Wyoming ... has former HS/club teammates that play at ASU, OSU and Wisconsin ... lists hobbies as reading and watching movies ... lists her favorite athlete as Kobe Bryant because, "he is always the go-to person in a clutch situation." ... most admires her parents because, "they provided a great example on how to live life as a compassionate person."
McNeill on why Washington:
"I chose the University of Washington because I wanted to be challenged both physically and academically, and UW provided that atmosphere for me."
Coach Tarr on McNeill
: "Jennie is fast, can play middle infield and bats left-handed," Tarr said. "We expect her to fit in right away and add speed to our line up with the graduation of Kimi Pohlman. She is versatile and will also compete for time in our outfield. Jennie has always wanted to be a Husky since she came on a visit to UW when her brother, who plays football at Wyoming, was recruited to play football here several years ago. She is a great student who will be able to thrive in the classroom here."