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#8 Louis Schott
Position: Midfield
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
City/State: Medina, Wash.
High School: Lakeside School

Career Games Played/Starts: 48/31
Career Stats: 4 goals, 4 assists, 12 points

2013: First-team All-Ivy … Academic All-Ivy ... Appeared in 17 matches, starting 15 … Fifth on team with seven points … Tied for fifth on team with two goals … Tied for third on team with three assists … Tied for team lead with two game-winning goals … Had the game-winner in both of team’s wins to start the season, scoring against Stony Brook (9/6) and Sacred Heart (9/8) … Had two assists against Florida Gulf Coast (9/27) … Notched an assist against Princeton (11/9).

2012:
Appeared in 14 matches, starting each ... Fourth on team with two goals ... Scored first career goal - the game-winner - against Fairleigh Dickinson (9/21) ... Connected again for a goal at No. 22 Cornell (9/29).

2011:
Appeared in 17 matches, with 12 starts ... Finished season with one assist ... Entered starting lineup against Georgetown (9/16) and started 12 of the final 13 matches, coming off the bench only on Senior Day ... Picked up first career point with an assist against Saint Joseph's (9/4) ... Also had a season-best two shots against the Hawks.

High School:
Played club for Crossfire, leading his team to the final of the United States Development Academy National Tournament in 2010 ... ODP National Camp invitee (2008) ... ODP Regional Camp invitee (2005-06) ... Two-time Nike Manchester United U.S. Premier Cup finalist (2007-08) ... Three-time Washington State Premier League champions (2004-05, 07) ... Three-time letterwinner at Lakeside School ... Captained team senior season ... Two-time Metro League champion (2008, 2010) ... Two-time first-team All-Metro League (2008, 2010) ... Named to Seattle Times All-Area team (2008), the first freshman ever to do so.

Personal: Son of Cindy Rintala and Frank Schott ... Sister, Jessica played soccer at Columbia, graduating in 2009 ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.


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