2011: USILA All-American Honorable Mention...MAAC Offensive Player of the Year...Led the MAAC in goals (40), points (65) and game-winning goals (five) and ranked second in man-up goals (eight) and third in assists (25)...Ranked 10th in the NCAA in scoring...Three-time MAAC Offensive Player of the Week...Recorded nine hat tricks and scored five points or more in a game five times...Tallied Siena MAAC Tournament records of four assists and seven points in semifinal win over Jacksonville (5/6)...Posted season-highs of five goals and seven groundballs vs. VMI (4/30)...Will enter senior season as the nation's active career leader in goals scored (119) and hat tricks (23).
2010: Had a fantastic season ending in an All-MAAC First Team selection...Led Siena with 41 goals scored, and was third in the MAAC with 2.41 goals per game...Scored four or more goals on five occasions, including a seven-goal outburst against Stony Brook (2/20) that earned him MAAC Offensive Player of the Week honors...Scored at least one goal in all 17 games played, tallying a .519 shooting percentage...Had 23 ground balls and caused three turnovers...Extended his point-scoring streak to 35 straight games, the longest in the nation entering the 2011 season.
2009: Won MAAC Rookie of the Year...Led team in both goals (38) and points (51)...Won five MAAC Rookie of the Week honors...Ranked 27th nationally with 2.11 goals/game and 45th with 2.83 points/game...Ranked in top-3 nationally among freshmen for goals (1st - 38) and points (3rd - 52).
BEFORE SIENA: Played four years of lacrosse, hockey and basketball at Niagara District...Earned MVP for basketball as a senior...Male Athlete of the Year as a senior...Named Rookie of the Year for junior lacrosse team...Played Jr. `A' lacrosse in Canada (highest league before professional).
PERSONAL: Born October 12, 1989 in St. Catherine's, Ontario...The son of Robert and Rahzia Neufeld...Has two younger sisters, Jessica and Lindsay...Chose Siena for the campus, business program, and lacrosse team.
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