4 - Kaitlyn Nealon
Kaitlyn Nealon
Height: 5-10
Year: So.
Hometown: Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
High School: Somers
Position: A
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2012: Played in seven games, started six...24 goals...one assist...25 points...one game-winning goal...one man-up goal...five groundballs...10 draw controls...two caused turnovers...ranked third on the team in goals and points...racked up seven goals at Smith (3/24)...scored five of MIT's six goals at Bridgewater State (3/15)...tallied four goals, including the game-winner, along with an assist against Framingham State (3/20)...registered hat-tricks versus Gordon (3/6) and Pomona-Pitzer (3/28)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.

2011: Played in and started 14 games...19 goals...four assists...23 points...seven groundballs...eight draw controls...one caused turnover...tied for fourth on the team in assists, tied for fifth in points, ranked fifth in free-position goals (five)...had hat-tricks against Mount Holyoke (4/2), Framingham State (4/5), and Springfield (4/16)...also added an assist versus Framingham State (4/5) for a season-high four points...collected three groundballs at Mount Holyoke (4/2)...earned two draw controls at Bridgewater State (3/12).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in economics and a concentration in biological engineering...member of the MIT women's soccer team...physics teaching assistant...representative for Burton-Conner residence hall to the Associate Advising Steering Committee for the 2011-12 academic year.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Somers High School...four-year starter...four-time all-league...named all-section twice...four-year starter on lacrosse team and was all-league twice...salutatorian...Excellence in Math...Excellence in AP Chemistry and Honor Chemistry...Rensselaer Medal Award...Weinstein's Chemistry Award.

Personal: Daughter of Eileen and Peter Nealon.