51 Shane McNeely
51 Shane McNeely
Height: 6-2
Weight: 238
Year: So.
Hometown: Whitehall, Pa.
High School: Allentown Central Catholic
Position: LB
Major: Business Administration

The son of Mike and Kim McNeely... born 9-4-92 in Allentown, Pa.


2012 Statistics
Registered three solo stops and had a fumble recovery in win at Georgia State...Recorded one solo tackle in win against CCSU... Posted career-high five tackles, all solo, in win at Holy Cross... made three tackles in spring Blue-White Game...appeared in all 12 games...totaled 33 tackles on 23 solo tackles and 10 assists...tallied a sack with 2.5 tackles for loss.

2011 statistics
Played in nine games at backup linebacker.... was one of only two true freshmen (Nick Cefalo) to see game action... made 12 tackles, 10 solo, with a fumble recovery... made at least one tackle in all nine games in which he appeared... made two stops at William & Mary and registered first career fumble recovery... set career high with three tackles -all solo- in win against Villanova... first career tackle came in victory over Holy Cross

Career Highs:
    Solo    5, at Holy Cross, 2012
    Assist    3, vs Delaware, 2012
    Total    7, vs Delaware, 2012
Sacks        1.0, at Maine, 2012
Interceptions        n/a
Fumbles Forced        n/a
Fumbles Rec.        1, 2x, last at Georgia St., 2012
Kick Returns Longest 15, at Maine, 2012 

Before UNH
Scholar Athlete and a two-sport athlete at Allentown Central Catholic, playing football and basketball... was named All-Conference First Team tight end for three years, All-Conference First Team linebacker for two seasons and All-Area First Team linebacker for two years... in his senior season, led his team to a 16-0 record and the PIAA AAA State Championship while also earning conference Defensive Player of the Year honors and All-State First Team at linebacker... a four-year starter and captain during his senior campaign... named to the prestigious Big 33 All-Star Game in Pa.... a four-year starter in basketball... earned all-conference honors in his junior year, averaging 15 points per game

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