As a RS Junior in 2010: Repeated as MPSF Player of the Year ... named a third team All-American by the IWLCA ... part of the Tewaartaton Watch List ... started all 21 games for Stanford, leading the Cardinal in points with 59 ... scored 37 goals and contributed 22 assists on the year ... had at least one goal in 19 of 21 games and at least one point in 20 games ... had 11 multi-goal games, including five hat tricks and a four-goal game in a 14-13 overtime win over Hofstra (3/31) ... had four multi-assist games, including a four assist game in a 18-7 win over Oregon (4/16) ... led Stanford with 13 free-position goals ... recorded 27 ground balls and had 23 draw controls for the year ... caused 18 turnovers and led Stanford with 98 shots and 60 shots on goal.
As a RS Sophomore in 2009: The MPSF Player of the Year for 2009 ... named to the Womenslax.com All-America team ... earned second team All-America honors by WomensLacrosse.com ... named to the first team of the West/Midwest all-region team ... earned the prestigious Aimee Willard Award as the top collegiate player at the 76-year-old U.S. Lacrosse Women's Division National Tournament in Bel Air, Md. ... started all 18 games for Stanford ... amassed 57 points to lead the Cardinal ... scored 35 goals and dished out 22 assists as an attacking midfielder ... among the Stanford leaders in ground balls (21), draw controls (32) and caused turnovers (16) ... scored a career-high six goals in a 18-9 win over William & Mary (3/8) ... opened the season with a hat trick and an assist in a 17-5 win over Oregon (2/7) ... had a hat trick and two assists in a 15-10 win over Albany (2/18) ... third hat trick of the season came against Denver in a 17-10 Stanford win (4/10) ... had a hat trick and two assists in a 18-13 win over Cal to clinch the MPSF tournament title (4/26) ... closed the season with her final hat trick in a 8-6 upset win over then No. 3 Pennsylvania (5/2).
As a Sophomore in 2008: Did not play because of injury.
As a Freshman in 2007: Made an immediate impact for the Cardinal in her first season by starting every game, one of six players to make all 17 starts ... third on the team with 25 goals ... had seven assists and shot .532 for the season ... fourth on the team with 18 draw controls and collected 13 ground balls ... named to the All-MPSF team after 32-point rookie season ... invited in July to tryout for the U.S. National Developmental and Elite teams ... scored twice in first collegiate game, against Oregon (2/10) ... scored five goals in second game, against St. Mary's (2/16) ... scored two goals and assisted on another against No. 2 Duke (2/18) ... three goals against Connecticut (3/04) ... scored two game-winning goals on the season ... earned one MPSF Player of the Week honor.
National Competition: Selected to the U.S. Developmental team following a two-day tryout at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County ... earned the prestigious Aimee Willard Award as the top collegiate player at the 76-year-old U.S. Lacrosse Women's Division National Tournament in Bel Air, Md.
High School: A 2006 graduate of Bay Shore (N.Y.) High School ... lettered four years in lacrosse, cross country and track ... two-year captain in lacrosse and captained all three squads as a senior, earning team MVP awards in each sport ... a 2006 All-American, 2005 All-American honorable mention and two-time Academic All-American ... named to the Empire State Team as a junior and senior ... a 2006 All-Long Island selection ... A two-time All-Nassau County and All-Suffolk League choice ... named the Unsung Hero in the 2005 state semifinal ... four-year starter led Bay Shore to county and Long Island championships as a junior ... named to league all-tournament team in 2004 ... member of the Long Island Elite Yellow Jackets Lacrosse Club ... two-time New York State Scholar-Athlete.
Personal: Born on Long Island, N.Y. ... daughter of Thomas and Susan Schmidt ... has two younger sisters ... enjoys competitive sailing, surfing and biking.