|High School:||Algonquin Regional|
Awards & Honors
-2013 MPSF Rookie of the Week (2x)
-2013 Second-Team All-MPSF
-2014 Second-Team All-MPSF
-2015 MPSF Offensive Player of the Week
-2015 First-Team All-MPSF
-2016 First-Team All-MPSF
2016: Started all 17 games for Oregon as a senior … was named First Team All-MPSF for the second time in her career to leave Oregon as a four-time All-MPSF recipient … was big for the Ducks with a diverse resume of 40 points (25g, 15a), a team-leading 31 draw controls, 19 ground balls and nine caused turnovers … racked up 14 goals, 11 assists, nine ground balls, 17 draw controls and five caused turnovers during MPSF play … posted three or more points in five of nine MPSF games for the Ducks … recorded 7 points (3g, 4a) in Oregon's win over UC Davis (4/10), the most in a single game for a Duck in 2016 .... recorded her 100th career goal in a four-goal outburst against Fresno State (3/13) to become just the eighth Duck in school history to reach that career mark … just the second player in program history to reach 200 career draw controls … ends her career in the top five in program history in a number of statistical categories, including draw controls (2nd, 203), points (2nd, 199), assists (2nd, 86) and caused turnovers (4th, 63) … has recorded 40 or more points for the Ducks all four years of her collegiate career … collected six draw controls in a 19-3 win at Saint Mary’s (4/3).
2015: Played an integral role on both offense and defense for Oregon…led the team once again in points (33g, 15a) and draw controls (51)...earned First-Team All-MPSF honors for the first time after another solid season for the Ducks…rode a 13-game scoring streak before it was snapped at Colorado…her 2.67 points per game led the team...rifled in the game-winning goals for Oregon against Saint Mary’s (3/1), LIU Brooklyn (3/26) and California (4/5)…was named the MPSF Offensive Player of the Week in week two after leading the Ducks to a 2-0 start in 2015 with four goals, two assists, five ground balls, 11 draw controls and three caused turnovers…recorded a season-high seven draw controls twice, first coming against Presbyterian (2/13) and then against San Diego State (2/24)…notched multiple goals in 11-of-18 games…cracked the top-10 in career goals (88) at Oregon when she rocketed the goal against Denver in the MPSF Tournament opening game…currently has 170 draw controls and is primed to break assistant coach Jen May Derby’s all-time draw control record of 209 her senior year.
2014: Was a huge proponent in Oregon’s return to the MPSF Tournament...started in all 19 games in her sophomore campaign, setting multiple school records…earned All-MPSF second team selections for the second-straight season after leading Oregon to a 6-3 mark in conference play…tied with teammate Shannon Propst for the single-season points record (71)…broke the 10-year old single-season draw control record that was set by current assistant coach Jen May Derby (68) with 77…matched her single-game record of 10 draw controls against Presbyterian (3/22)…was second on the team in goals (32), assists (39) and caused turnovers (20)…netted a career-high five goals in the season opening 20-3 win at Stetson (2/10)…picked up nine draw controls in a 23-3 win versus Costal Carolina (2/11)…posted a career-high eight points to go along with her career-high in assists (7) in the 15-14 overtime loss at Robert Morris (3/2)…scored the game-tying goal that helped lift UO past USC (5/1) 7-6 in the quarterfinal matchup of the MPSF Tournament and finished with a hat-trick.
2013: Started every game in which she appeared (16)...second team All-MPSF selection...set the Oregon single-game draw control record (10) against Saint Mary’s (4/10)...named MPSF Rookie of the Week on March 4 and again on April 8...finished second on the team in points (40) and assists (17)...ranked third in goals scored (23)...led the Ducks in ground balls (26) and draw controls (44)...her 44 draw controls ranks sixth on Oregon’s all-time single season charts...scored a career-high four goals en route to a career-best seven-point effort against Cal (4/7)...scored the game-winning goal with 4.8 seconds remaining and caused three turnovers against High Point (3/2)...scored a goal in each of her first two collegiate games (2/23 vs. Dartmouth, 2/24 vs. Cincinnati); also dished out two assists against Cincinnati and scooped up three ground balls against Dartmouth...set a new career-high with six ground balls at Marist (3/24)...scored a goal and dished out a career-high five assists at Connecticut (3/26).
Before Oregon: An All American...won a total of nine varsity letters for Algonquin Regional High School in soccer (two letters), basketball (three letters) and lacrosse (four letters)...played a key role in winning the Central Massachusetts Championships in both basketball and lacrosse...named Central Massachusetts All Star (2012) for lacrosse...earned Midland-Wachusett League All-Star MVP (2011-2012)...played for Revolution Lacrosse and coach Lukas Cash.
Personal: Born Carly E. O’Connell in Boston, Mass., to parents Todd and Danielle O’Connell...has one younger sister, Taylor...majoring in business administration.