O'Neill, who was also named first-team All-Conference USA and first-team All-Region, set a school record with 17 goals, including seven game winners. He led UK to a second-place finish in C-USA and a No. 13 national ranking at the end of the regular season.
For his career, O'Neill owns the school record for game-winning goals and shots while ranking in the top five in points, goals and assists.
D'Agostino joined O'Neill on the All-Conference USA first team after being one of just six players in the league with at least six goals and six assists. He wrapped up his three-year UK career ranked fourth on the school career assist list with 14. He has been training with professional clubs overseas and preparing to compete with the Canadian U-20 National Team since the season ended.
O'Neill and D'Agostino led the Wildcats to a 14-5-3 mark on the season, the second most wins in school history, as well as a school-record 10-1 home mark.