|Previous Team:||Omaha Lancers|
IN 2009–10: Played in all 39 games for the Black Bears, one of just four Black Bears to do so... Earned a spot on the 2010 Hockey East All-Tournament Team... Scored eight goals and added 23 assists for 31 points... Led all Maine defensemen in scoring... Tallied six power play goals... Ranked 10th in the nation in power per game by a defenseman... Named Hockey East Player of the Week on March 15 after scoring two goals and adding an assist in Maine’s game three victory over UMass Lowell in the Hockey East quarterfinals... Notched a goal and an assist in games against New Hampshire (10/24), St. Lawrence (11/28), and Vermont (1/30)... Dished out three assists against Vermont (1/29)... Scored the game-winning goal at Northeastern (11/13)... Has six power play goals on the season... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner.
IN 2008–09: Saw action in 34 games for the Black Bears his rookie season... Finished second on the team in scoring among defensemen with four goals and 12 assists for 16 points... Chipped in with three power play goals... Scored first collegiate goal in Maine’s 2-1 win over Merrimack (11/21)... Also tallied a goal against New Hampshire (1/4)... Notched goals against Boston University (2/13) and UMass (2/20)... Had two assists in Maine’s 3-2 win over Merrimack (12/7)... Also had two assists against St. Cloud in the Florida College Classic (12/28)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Named to the Hockey East Academic Honor Roll.
BEFORE MAINE: Played two seasons for the Omaha Lancers of the USHL... Saw action in 58 games during the 2007–08 season and scored five goals and added 19 assists for 24 points... The Omaha Lancers finished as Anderson Cup and Clark Cup Champions... Played in 57 games for the Lancers during the 2006–07 season... Scored four goals and added nine assists for 13 points... Played two seasons at Tabor Academy... Also played at St. John’s Prep... In 2004, played for U-17 Team USA Five National Cup Team... Was selected in the seventh round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, 210th overall by the Atlanta Thrashers.
PERSONAL: A mass communication major... Born April 28, 1988... Son of Bill and Liz O’Neill... Father, Bill, played hockey at Boston University and won an NCAA Championship in 1978... He is currently the head coach at Salem State... Brother, Andrew, played hockey at Salem State and the assistant coach at Salem State College... Also has a sister, Rachel, who graduated from UMass, and is currently a real estate agent.