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    41 Lydia Schrott  
    Lydia Schrott


    Quarryville, Pa.

    High School:
    Lancaster Christian School



    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 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.

    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
    MAJOR: Biology

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