2011: NE-10 All-Rookie Team. Athletic Director's Honor Roll (Fall Semester). NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall Semester). Played in all 20 games for Stonehill making 15 starts. Finished out the season with 10-straight starts. Led all freshman in scoring with six points (two goals, two assists). Scored her first-ever collegiate goal and game-winner in the 87th minute in a 1-0 win over Adelphi University (9/11). Set up the game-winner in a 1-0 triumph over Pace University (9/17) in overtime at the 94:43 mark on a corner kick. Tallied her second goal of the season and second game-winner against Southern Connecticut State University (9/25) in a 1-0 victory at 68:20. Added an assist in Stonehill's 2-1 win over New Haven (10/16). The Skyhawks went 4-0 when she scored a point on the season. Only one of two freshman to start 10 or more games. Also was the only freshman to appear in all 20 games. NE-10 Weekly Honor Roll (9/26). Manning Selected To The NE-10 All-Rookie Team.
High School: 2011 graduate of Weymouth High School. Three-sport athlete participating in lacrosse, soccer and track. Four-year varsity starter for soccer. Earned Coaches Award and All-Scholastic honors for soccer. South Sectional champions in soccer in freshman and sophomore year. Bay State League winners in senior year. Three-year varsity starter for lacrosse serving as a captain in her junior year. Garnered Most Valuable Player and All-Scholastic honors. Four-year varsity starter in indoor track. Played for the South Shore Select club team for five years. Also played and served as captain for MPS, ODP and Crusaders United club teams. Also played on Blackwatch Rhode Island club team.
Personal: Born on June 30, 1993 in Norwood, Mass. Daughter of Thomas and Annmarie Manning of Weymouth, Mass. Has one brother, Tom (22) and one sister, Catherine (14). Lists greatest sports moment as winning South Sectional finals and playing in every minute of the EMass finals game two years in a row. Lists Manchester United as favorite team. Majoring in communications and psychology.