66 Seamus O'Neill
66 Seamus O'Neill
Height: 6-4
Weight: 280
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Manchester, N.H.
High School: Manchester Central
Position: OL (C)
Major: Kinesiology: Sport Studies

The son of Brian and Seanna O'Neill ... born 3-25-91 in Manchester, N.H.


Co-Captain, named to the CAA All-Conference Third Team and to the College Sports Madness All-Conference Second Team... outstanding leadership led the offensive line of the wildcat offense that finished third int the CAA with 1,450 rushing yards, averaging 181.2 yards/game, fourth in first downs (177) and thrid-down conversions (39.7)... Received the Bo Dickson Spirit Award and earned the game ball versus James Madison on November 9th.

Started all 12 games at left tackle … named ECAC D-I FCS All-Star... tabbed to Beyond Sports Network All-America Honorable Mention... named to All-CAA First Team and College Sports Madness All-CAA First Team … received CAA Commissioner's Academic Award ... anchored line for offense that ranked second in CAA in scoring offense (34.1 points/game), total offense (451.5 yards/game) and first downs (22.1/game) while placing third in rushing offense (220.8 yards/game) and passing offense (230.8 yards/game) ... league-best red zone offense (94%) … named to Phil Steele's Preseason All-CAA Second Team; tabbed as publication's No. 36 offensive tackle nationally... named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-CAA First Team


Received CAA Commissioner's Academic Award... named to All-CAA Third Team ... saw action and started in 11 games

Received CAA Commissioner's Academic Award ... played in eight games, starting five at right guard ... started games at Delaware, vs Richmond, at Rhode Island, at Pittsburgh, vs Central Connecticut State

Redshirt Season

Before UNH
Played OL/DL for Manchester Central High School coach Ryan Ray ... also lettered in basketball and track for Little Green ... named to Division-I All-State First Team and NH Union Leader All-State First Team as a senior ... earned spot on the 2009 N.H. Shrine Team ... tabbed as New Hampshire’s top H.S. lineman by “Varsity Magazine” ... awarded the Central H.S. Little Green Award as school’s top student-athlete

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