|High School:||Hill Academy|
2017: America East All-Conference Second Team... Starter on the UAlbany attack line with 13 starts and 18 games played... Racked up 45 goals and nine assists for 54 points, adding 15 ground balls and 13 draw controls... Ninth in the America East with 2.5 goals per game, earning at least three goals in 10 games... Perfect 3-for-3 on shooting in home win over St. Bonaventure (2/13)... Four points, including three goals, at Syracuse (2/27)... SIx points off four goals, on four shots, and two assists with three ground balls in victory vs. Vermont (4/5)... Career-high seven goals, a perfect shooting day, in road victory at Binghamton (4/29)... Combined for eight goals, two assists and four ground balls in the America East Tournament.
2016: Played in eight games at attack, including one start... grabbed a ground ball in season opener vs. Cornell (2/27)... netted a goal in lone shot of the season in victory vs. Wagner (3/19).
2015: Following UAlbany season, helped U19 Team Canada win gold medal FIL Women's 2015 U19 Lacrosse World Championship...Netted five goals in nine appearances...Scored a career-high two goals against Central Conn. (3/7) and at UMass Lowell (3/21).
2014: Made eight appearances at attack...Scored her first career goal against Niagara (3/24)...Registered three shots in her freshman season.
High School: A four-year varsity letter-winner at The Hill Academy...Captained the squad in both her junior and senior seasons...Named team Player of the Year in 2011, and team Offensive Player of the Year in 2012.
Personal: Daughter of Steve Neal and Gayle Cherry...Has one brother, Davis...Intends to major in public health...In addition to lacrosse, Kenzie also played field hockey and basketball at The Hill Academy.