|Hometown||Colorado Springs, Colo.|
|Prev. School||Doherty HS|
|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| Season GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2003-04 27-27 980 36.3 140-401 .349 45-139 .324 84-105 .800 19 64 83 3.1 48 1 113 109 1 79 409 15.1 2002-03 27-271018 37.7 128-378 .339 31-110 .282 89-117 .761 33 59 92 3.4 48 1 105 132 3 57 376 13.9 2001-02 28-14 867 31.0 91-225 .404 27-79 .342 88-103 .854 19 47 66 2.4 41 0 86 88 6 77 297 10.6 2000-01 27-10 805 29.8 96-250 .384 36-126 .286 25-39 .641 22 55 77 2.9 47 0 75 67 2 61 253 9.4
2002-03:Was named First Team All-RMAC West Division ... Led the team and was No.7 in the conference in scoring with 13.9 PPG ... Recorded 57 steals, making her the new career-leader at UCCS for steals ... Led the team in assists as well, averaging 3.88 APG ... Also averaged 3.4 RPG and shot 76 percent from the foul line ... Started the season off with 20 points, on 7-for-15 shooting, and three assists at Western New Mexico on Nov 22 ... Had 16 points and seven assists at Colorado Mines on Dec 14 ... Poured in 22 points and had five assists vs. Metro State on Jan 3 ... Had 17 points, six assists, and shot 3-for-4 from behind the 3 PT line against Colorado College on Jan 8 ... Had 22 points and shot 5-for-7 on 3 PT vs. Nebraska-Kearney on Jan 17 ... Scored a career-high 25 points against Southern Colorado on Feb 8 ... Had 19 points, six rebounds, and four assists vs. Adams State on Feb 15.
01-02: Played in all 28 games, with 14 starts ... Finished third on the team in scoring with 10.6 points per game ... Led the Lions in assists with 3.1 per game ... Also led the Lions in free-throw percentage as she drained 85.4 % of her attempts ... Led the team in steals with 2.6 a game ... Opened up the season tying her career-high in rebounds with seven, to go along with 12 points and two steals against Western State on 11-23-01 ... Tied her career-high in assists with nine against Colorado Christian on 12-15-01 ... Had her best game of the year against Western State on 1-17-02 where she scored 19 points, dished out five dimes, pulled down four rebounds, and had five steals ... Continued to be a Mountaineer killer as she had 21 points and a career-high eight steals again against Western State on 2-8-02.
00-01: Played in 27 games, starting 12 ... Had 10 points, seven rebounds, and six assists in her collegiate debut against Division I Texas-El Paso on 11-17-02 ... Led the team in 3-pointers made with 36 ... Was second on the team in assists with 2.8 per game Scored in double figures 11 times ... Scored a career-high 23 points and made five 3-pointers against Metro State on 1/12/01.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: Named All-Conference and All State at Doherty High School ... Led the Spartans to a Metro League Championship and a Colorado State Final Four appearance ... MVP of the Pueblo basketball tournament in 2000.
Personal: Is majoring in Computer Science and has made engineering dean's list ... Full name is Bobbie Jean McNeally ... Enjoys listening to music and playing football ... Has two brothers Lee McNeally and Donnell Edwards ... Parents are Andrea and Rudolph Edwards ... Born August 31, 1982.
Stories featuring B.J. McNeally
|November 16, 2012||Eastern New Mexico defeats UCCS in season-opener||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (0-1) lost its season opener to the Eastern New Mexico Zias Sunday afternoon. Eastern New Mexico beat the Mountain Lions 65-55 in front of 105 fans at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|February 23, 2006||Sauter grabs record in loss||Jennine Sauter scored 21 points to become the University of Colorado at Colorado Springsâ€™ all-time single-season scoring leader, but the Mountain Lions suffered their third straight defeat, 82-69 to the Mesa State Mavericks Thursday night at Grand Junction.|
|November 11, 2004||Women's basketball season preview||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs womenâ€™s basketball has some big shoes to fill.|
|March 9, 2004||Three women's basketball players honored by RMAC||Three members of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs womenâ€™s basketball team were honored by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.|
|February 24, 2004||CU-Colorado Springs wins its home finale||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (10-16, 7-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) won its final home game of the season of the Western State Mountaineers (3-23, 2-16) 68-58 Saturday night in the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|February 21, 2004||Highlands blows out Mountain Lions||Tara Podpah had 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls (8-17, 5-12 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) to a 64-43 over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Saturday evening in the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|February 20, 2004||Mountiain Lions' playoff hopes fading after loss to CSU-P||Two weeks ago Colorado State-Pueblo destroyed the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 82-44 in Pueblo.|
|February 14, 2004||Lions lose fourth straight RMAC game||This was not the gameplan that the Mountain Lions want to make standard.|
|February 13, 2004||Mo gives Lions the nyuk, nyuk nyuk||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs womenâ€™s basketball team wasted a golden opportunity in Friday nightâ€™s 63-53 loss to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks.|
|February 10, 2004||McNeally breaks records as Mountain Lions bounce back versus UNC||The Mountain Lions got just what the needed Tuesday night.|
|January 31, 2004||Mountain Lions keep on rolling, beat Adams||Maybe itâ€™s a little early to be throwing around the old â€œpâ€ word, but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is playing playoff-caliber basketball right now.|
|January 30, 2004||Mountain Lions stun Fort Lewis||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (7-10, 5-5 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) came back from an eight-point second half deficit to shock the Fort Lewis Skyhawks (13-5, 7-3) 41-38 Friday evening at the Lions Den.|
|January 24, 2004||Mesa State beats CU-Colorado Springs 68-66.||Rosa Masler partially blocked a Jennine Sauter shot, collected the rebound and found Danielle Porreco for a layup with 1.2 seconds remaining to lift the Mesa State Mavericks (10-7, 6-3 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) to a 68-66 victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (5-10, 4-5 RMAC) Saturday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|January 21, 2004||Mountain Lions best Western||If the Mountain Lions can shoot, theyâ€™ve got a shot.|
|January 17, 2004||Mountain Lions denied unpecedented sweep||Fresh off an unlikely upset the night before, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs came out strong Saturday trying to become the first Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference team to sweep the conferenceâ€™s toughest road trip â€“ the â€œpain on the plainsâ€ tour through Kearney, Neb., and Hays, Kan.|
|January 16, 2004||Mountain Lions shock UNK||Nobody beats the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers at home. Its an unwritten rule of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, you go into Kearney, youâ€™re going lose.|
|January 10, 2004||Mountain Lions let one slip away vs. Regis||The University of Colorado at Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-8 2-3 RMAC) lost a heartbreaker to the Regis Rangers (8-5, 4-2 RMAC) 57-56 Saturday evening at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|January 6, 2004||Division I Bears too much for Mountain Lions||The Northern Colorado Bears are headed to NCAA Division I. For 15 minutes Tuesday night, they were headed for trouble.|
|January 4, 2004||Lions can't recover from bad first half in loss to Chadron State||Christina Merritt had 10 points and a game-high 11 rebounds but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions were unable to recover from a disastrous first half, losing 73-58 to the Chadron State Eagles Saturday night in Chadron, Neb.|
|January 1, 2004||Mountain Lions defeat Metro State||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-6, 2-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) won its first road game of the season 58-52 over Metro State (3-8, 1-2 RMAC) Thursday afternoon in Denver.|
|December 14, 2003||Mountain Lions lose to Colorado Mines||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (2-5, 1-1 Rock Mountain Athletic Conference) had its two game winning streak snapped by the Colorado Mines Orediggers 75-71 Saturday night in the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|December 9, 2003||Mountain Lions win first game of the season over Colorado College||For the first three weeks of the season the University of Colorado Springs at Colorado Springs (1-4) had been struggling to score and to rebound.|
|December 4, 2003||Lubbock Christian sends Mountain Lions to fourth straight loss||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (0-4) womenâ€™s basketball team dropped its fourth straight game, a 53-38 loss to the Lubbock Christian Lady Chaparrals (7-1) Thursday night at the Lions Den.|
|November 21, 2003||Good second half but no cigar||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions matched the Southwest Baptist Lady Bearcats hoop for hoop in the second half of Friday nightÃs game at Pittsburg, Kan. Unfortunately, two halves were played and the Mountain Lions lost 63-43 in the first game of the Chatter Roundball Classic, hosted by Pittsburg State.|
|November 14, 2003||Women's Basketball Preview||Last season, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, without a single senior on the roster, went 7-20 overall, 5-12 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The Mountain Lions finished fifth in the West Division and played very competitive in most games, with five of their losses coming by five points or less.|
|October 25, 2003||Scrimmage highlighted by balanced scoring||Christina Merritt scored 12 of her 16 points in the second period as the Gold team won 33-14, avenging its 25-24 loss to the Black team in the first period, during the women's basketball team's first formal intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday.|
|March 2, 2003||2002-03 women's basketball season recap||After losing six seniors and one other key reserve from a 2001-2002 team that went 19-9 and made it to the second round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs, CU-Colorado Springs had one of the youngest teams in the RMAC this season.|