Field Hockey



    18 Elizabeth Schmidt  
    Elizabeth Schmidt

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Louisville, K.y.

    High School:
    Sacred Heart Academy

    Height:
    5-5

    Position:
    Midfield/Back


    2008 (JUNIOR)
    Played in 16 games as a key reserve, making one start ... recorded her first career goal against Saint Louis, providing the fourth and final goal in a shutout of the Billikens ... had a flawless season, scoring her goal on her lone shot of the season ... helped the Hoosier defense to three shutout victories, blanking the Saint Louis, Ball State and Central Michigan.

    SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007)
    Entered the game off the bench five times ... registered one shot against Saint Louis ... came off the bench in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament on Nov. 1 against Iowa ... earned Academic All-Big Ten accolades.

    FRESHMAN YEAR (2006)
    Saw action in five games during her first year for the Hoosiers ... recorded two shots against Lindenwood on Oct. 8.

    PREP/PERSONAL
    Co-captain of Sacred Heart her senior season ... garnered West Regional All-America honors ... tabbed first team all-state and earned the Coaches Award in 2005 ... led team to the Apple Tournament and Gateway Classic Championships in 2005 ... was a Kentucky state semifinalist her junior season ... earned team MVP honors in 2002 and again in 2003 ... played on Dynamic, which won the National Hockey Festival Championship in 2005 and the National Indoor Championship in 2004 ... participated in Futures for two years and the National Futures Tournament in 2003 ... two-time academic all-state selection in 2004 and 2005 ... an honor roll and principal's list student ... two-time nominee for the Bunny Daugherty Unsung Heroes Award ... attended the same high school as current Hoosier forward Katie Kiper ... daughter of Joe and Robin Schmidt ... mother played collegiate field hockey at Saint Louis University .. has two younger sisters, Emily and Mary Kate.

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