|High School:||Phillips Exeter Academy|
NEILEY'S CAREER STATS
2014-15 (Senior): Played in all 33 games, finishing his career with 129 appearances (7th all-time at Dartmouth)…Named to the ECAC Hockey Second Team and the All-Ivy First Team…Named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Month for February…Named the winnerof the Friends of Dartmouth Hockey Leading Scorer Award as well as the Phelan Award as the team MVP...The only player in the country to lead his team in goals, assists, points, game-winning goals and penalties…Finished the season with a 14-16-30 scoring line…His six game-winning goals were the sixth-highest figure by any player in Division I and tied for the most by any player in ECAC Hockey (Jimmy Vesey)…Became the first Dartmouth player in five years to record four or more assists in a game when he dished out four helpers in a 6-0 win against Brown at home on Nov. 15…Scored his first goal of the season on Nov. 29 against AIC, a goal that proved to be the winner…Had a two-goal, three-point performance against Sacred Heart on Dec. 14…Scored Dartmouth’s lone goal of regulation against Denver in the Ledyard Classic on Jan. 2…Scored the first and only IT goal of his career just 1:06 into the extra frame at Clarkson on Feb. 20 to help the Green to a 3-2 league win…Registered his second four-point effort of the season against Cornell when he scored twice and dished out two helpers. His penalty shot goal in the opening minutes was the first for a Dartmouth player since Mar. 21, 2003 (Mike Murray)…From the start of February, Neiley scored four GWGs and assisted on two more…Had 17 points (8-9-17) in 11 of the final 15 games of the season…Dartmouth was 10-1-1 when Neiley scored a goal and 14-3-1 when he had at least a point.
2013-14 (Junior): Earned Second Team All-Ivy League honors…Was twice named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week… Named the recipient of the team’s most valuable player honor, the Phelan Award…Finished the season as the team’s leading scorer with 29 points, while his 16 goals were twice as many as the next best Dartmouth player…Earned the Dartmouth Friends of Men’s Hockey Leading Scorer Award…Scored game-winning goals against Harvard at home (Nov. 30) and at Rensselaer (Mar. 8) in Game 2 of the opening round of the league’s postseason…Led the team in power-play goals (5) and points (10)…Scored a third-period shorthanded goal at BU on Jan. 8 that sealed the Big Green’s 4-2 victory…Earned a spot on the Ledyard Classic All-Tournament Team…Registered seven multi-point efforts, including three games of three points…Scored two goals in three games over the course of the year against Northeastern (Dec. 30), at Clarkson (Feb. 15) and at RPI (Mar. 8/Game 2)…Had points in consecutive games on seven occasions… Tied Tyler Sikura and Brad Schierhorn for the team lead in game-winning goals with two…Dartmouth was 6-6-1 when he scored a goal and 8-9-2 when picking up a point.
2012-13 (Sophomore): Appeared in 32 of the team’s 34 games…Was fifth on the team in scoring with 17 points on eight goals and nine assists…Played in all 22 ECAC Hockey games, finishing second on the team in points with 14…Was also second on the Big Green in goals (7) against league foes, and third in assists (7)…His three power-play goals ranked third on the team…Led Dartmouth in total shots with 99…Matched his career high with three points (all assists) in a 7-4 win over eventual national champion Yale on Nov. 2…Scored twice against Colgate at home on Feb. 16 to match his career high…Twice put together point streaks of three games.2011-12 (Freshman): Played in 32 of the team's 33 games in his first season, seeing a majority of the time on the second line...Named the ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on 1/24 after scoring once and adding two assists at Cornell on 1/20 and adding another helper the following night in the come-from-behind win over No. 18 Colgate...Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 18 points on seven goals and 11 assists...Tied for second on the team in rookie scoring...Scored two power-play goals and had two game winners...Appeared in 21 ECAC Hockey games, registering 12 points on four goals and eight assists...Fourth on the team with 37 penalty minutes...Scored two goals at Princeton in a 3-3 tie with the Tigers on 2/3...Matched his season-best output with three points against Clarkson on 2/24 with a goal and two assists in the Big Green's 6-4 win...Picked up two assists in the series-clinching Game 2 win at St. Lawrence on 3/3 to sweep the Saints.
Before Dartmouth: Was one of the premier offensive players in prep school hockey...Led the team in goals in 2010 with 26 and finished with 52 points...Was a sixth round draft pick of the Kingston Frontenacs of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and was ranked 173rd by NHL Central Scouting...Was injured for part of his senior season, but when he returned he recorded 40 points in a 10-game span...Attended Archbishop Wood High School from 2006-09 before attending Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire...As a junior was named to the Philadelphia All-Catholic Team.
Personal: Born in Philadelphia...Parents are Harry and Ann Marie...Has one brother and one sister...His brother Kevin is on the team this season as a freshman.