SENIOR YEAR (2006)
Started all 19 contests in her senior year for the Hoosiers, bringing her career starting total to 78 games garnered first team All-Big Ten and All-Region honors selected to play in the NFHCA North-South Senior All-Star game elected a tri-captain led the Hoosiers with 29 points off of 12 goals and five assists registered two hat tricks on the season against Longwood and Northwestern, making her the only player in program history to notch four hat tricks in a career tallied four game-winning goals, including one against Ohio (9/8) en route to one of two Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors became the first player at Indiana to register 100 points in a career on a game-winning, double-overtime goal against Northwestern (9/22) earned her second Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honor after her 100-point performance and one goal, one assist game the next day against New Hampshire (9/24) scored off a penalty stroke for the first time in her career against New Hampshire (9/24) registered 42 shots with 32 of them on goal finished her career leading Indiana in nearly every offensive category in the record book - single-season goals (17), single-season assists (t-11), single-season points (37), career goals (41) and career points (104) an Academic All-Big Ten selection.
JUNIOR YEAR (2005)
Started and played in 21 games in 2005 named second team All-American by the NFHCA earned first team All-Big Ten and All-Region honors led the Hoosiers in scoring with 37 points from 17 goals and three assists registered goals in 11 of Indiana's 22 contests with multiple goals scored in three games scored IU field hockey's first-ever hat trick against Northeastern on Aug. 28, earning her the Big Ten's first Offensive Player of the Week honor for the season tallied another hat trick in IU's first round NCAA Tournament game against No. 5 North Carolina en route to a womensfieldhockey.com Player of the Week honor her three goals and six points against Northeastern and UNC made her the single-game goals (3) and points (6) leader rounded out the year as the career leader in three categories - goals (29), assists (17) and points (75) an Academic All-Big Ten selection named to the NFHCA Academic Squad.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004)
Garnered NFHCA All-American third team honors named first team NFHCA All-West Region member of the All-Big Ten second team started every game tied Frederique Meeuwsen for the team lead in points (23) set a school record in assists with 11 took a team-high and school-record 49 shots, including six shots against three teams (Missouri State, Ball State and Central Michigan) tied a school record for most goals in a game (2) and points in a game (5) against Lindenwood earned Academic All-Big Ten honors.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2003)
Started all 18 games led the team in points with 15 tied for the team lead in goals with six led the team in assists with three had two game-winning goals on the season (Ball State and Iowa) had an assist in her first collegiate game, Central Michigan second team all-region member of the Big Ten All-Tournament team NFHCA National Academic Squad selection.
Four-year varsity field hockey letterwinner earned Rookie of the Year honors her freshman year received the Coaches Award her sophomore season Offensive MVP in her junior year All-Conference selection her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons participated in the Futures program since eighth grade, where she was selected as an alternate for the National Futures Tournament in tenth grade, was a member of the National Futures Tournament U-19 Gold Medal Team and an alternate for B-Camp as a junior member of the National Honor Society made high honor roll all four years of high school was freshman class president class secretary sophomore, junior and senior years lettered in soccer daughter of David and Valerie Schrott has four siblings, Anna, Sarah, David and Seth.
BIRTHDATE: October 10, 1984