2013: Co-captain ... played in 13 games and made nine starts ... missed time with an injury ... collected four points on a goal and two assists ... assisted on Princeton's second goal at Georgetown on Sept. 22 ... earned his second consecutive point with an assist in a win at Dartmouth on Oct. 5 .. scored the game-winning goal against Cornell on Nov. 2, a 2-1 Princeton win.
2012: Appeared and started in all 16 games ... assisted on the game-winning goal versus FDU on Sept. 23 ... assisted on Princeton's next game winner in a 2-1 game versus Dartmouth on Sept. 29 ... had three shots on goal and eight total shots.
2011: Played in all 17 games and made 16 starts ... scored one goal and two assists for four points ... had a three-game scoring streak beginning with a goal against Dartmouth on Oct. 1 ... had assists against Seton Hall and Brown ... took 12 shots with six on target ... named Academic All-Ivy.
• 2011 Academic All-Ivy
2010: Has played in all 18 games and has made 16 starts in the midfield ... scored his first collegiate goal against Lafayette on Oct. 12 in a 3-0 win ... earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors on Oct. 18 ... tallied the game-winning goal against Yale on Nov. 12 to give Princeton the outright Ivy League title ... named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Nov. 15.
• 2x Ivy League Rookie of the Week
Before Princeton: A defender/midfielder from Conestoga High School ... captain as a junior ... named MVP as a senior ... named first-team all-Central League in 2009 and was a second-team selection in 2008 ... a two-time first-team all-Main Line pick ... played club soccer with Lower Merion Velez ... captain of the club since 2006 ... LMV were National League Champions in 2009 and finished third in the national championship ... the squad was the Region I Premier League Champion and Region I Champion in 2008 ... LMB won the 2008 Pennsylvania State Cup.
Personal: Full name is Patrick James O'Neil ... born Oct. 20, 1991 ... parents are Jamie and Joyce O'Neil ... has a twin sister Kacie (Princeton '14) who is on the track & field team; and a younger sister Erin (Dartmouth '15).