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NCAA Jun 01, 2021

Auburn brings in Eastern Michigan transfer Sabrina McNeill

AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn soccer and head coach Karen Hoppa announced the addition of Eastern Michigan transfer Sabrina McNeill to the 2021 signing class.

A native of Whitby, Ontario, McNeill spent the last five seasons at Eastern Michigan, where she totaled 27 goals and 13 assists in 77 career games. She finished her career ranked fourth in program history in goals and points.

McNeill ranked in the top three on the team in points in each of her four full seasons with the program. She either led or tied for the team lead in points in each of her last two seasons, including scoring seven goals in nine games in 2021.

McNeill was named the 2016 Mid-American Conference Freshman of the Year and is a three-time First Team All-MAC selection and three-time United Soccer Coaches All-Region honoree. She also earned United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Region honors on back-to-back occasions and became the second player in Eastern Michigan history to be named a United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-American.

Prior to enrolling at Eastern Michigan, McNeill prepped at Henry Street High School and competed for the Oshawa Kicks Inferno Soccer Club.