Annual Commencement on National Mall Highlights Weeklong Activities
Colonials Wrap Season at Conference Championship
Claire Haft Scores Twice as Colonials Post Seventh Shutout
Colonials Welcome Spiders for Key A-10 Match and Senior Day on Sunday
Colonials Shut Out Sixth Opponent of Season in Tie With Rams
GW vs. Loyola (9.24.2013) Photos by Mitchell Layton
GW vs. Saint Francis (9.01.2013) Photo by: Greg Fiume
GW vs. Georgetown (8.30.2013) Photos by Greg Fiume
GW vs. Butler (10.26.2012) Photos by George Kubas II
GW vs. Saint Louis (10.28.2012) Photo by: Mitchell Layton
2012: Competed in 17 matches with 10 starts during junior year...Scored three goals and recorded an assist for seven points, good for second on team...Netted game-winning goal against Columbia (Sept. 1)... Tallied goals in victories over Cornell (Sept. 3) and Saint Louis (Oct. 28)...Assisted Kristi Abbate's goal in win over Towson (Sept. 7)... Her 27 shots were third-most on team...Took a season-high five shots against Howard (Sept. 21)... Named A-10 Player of the Week on Sept. 4...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List and Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.
2011: Started all but one game during sophomore season...Tallied two game-winning goals and one assist for five points on the year... Scored a team-high two game-winners goals against San Francisco (Aug. 28) and Robert Morris (Sept. 4)...Ranked second on team with 32 shots...Named to GW Department of Athletics and Recreation Academic Dean's List.
2010: Named to the 2010 Atlantic 10 Preseason All-Rookie Team...Scored three goals in first season, including a game-winner in the 87th minute against Delaware (Sept. 19)...Named to the Blue Hen Classic All-Tournament team...Scored two in the 2-1 victory over Temple (Oct. 1)...Twice named A-10 Rookie of the Week (Sept. 20 and Oct. 4)...Named to 2010 A-10 All-Rookie team.
High School: For the Lakes Community Eagles, Neal was a three-time All-conference and all-area selection...Was also named to all-sectional , The Chicago Tribune All-State teams...Helped the Eagles to a regional championship and sectional appearance in 2010...As a senior, Neal scored a Lakes Community school single-season record of 37 goals and 16 assists...Scored 63 goals, 39 assists for Eagles in three seasons...Played with club teams Eclipse Select, (2005-07) which were state and Disney Showcase champions and Region 2 Finalists, (2009-10) that won state, Region 2, Disney Showcase, and National Championships and the ELA Elite (2007-08), Region 2 Champions and took fourth place at the National Championships...Helped her club team Eclipse Select to an 2010 Illinois State and Region 2 Championships and finished second in the US Youth Soccer National Championships...Named by ESPN Rise as a State-by-State Spring All-Start for Illinois for her high school season.
Personal: Born Alexandria Jean Neal on April 17, 1992, in Lake Forest, IL...Daughter of Toni and Jeffery Neal...Majoring in business administration and aspires to continue her education to become a lawyer.
Women's Soccer Advances on Overtime Thriller
KINGSTON, R.I. - The sixth-seeded GW women's soccer squad upset third-seeded Duquesne in the quarterfinal round of the 2016 Atlantic 10 Championship on...
GW Women's Soccer Quartet Earns A-10 Postseason Honors
KINGSTON, R.I. - The George Washington women's soccer squad garnered six Atlantic 10 postseason honors, the league announced on Wednesday. Senior MacKenzie...
GW Women's Soccer Opens A-10 Tournament Play on Thursday
Sixth-seeded GW (10-6-3, 4-3-3 A-10) will take on defending champion and third-seeded Duquesne (11-5-3, 7-2-1 A-10) in the quarterfinal round of the A-10...
@GWWomensSoccer Clinches No. 6 Seed at A-10 Championship
Colonials to Take on Defending Champion Duquesne on Thursday
@GWWomensSoccer Falls in Heartbreaker at Saint Louis
Colonials Wrap Regular Season on Sunday
@GWWomensSoccer Ties URI in Home Finale
Colonials Go the Distance in 0-0 (2OT) Draw
A Born Goal Scorer
Mackenzie Cowley and the Scoring Mentality
@GWWomensSoccer Edged by George Mason
Colonials Fall 1-0 on Sunday