Schott emerged as Cal's top goal-scoring threat as a freshman and has gotten better each year...possible No. 1 draft choice in the next WUSA draft...as a junior, selected as a finalist for the Hermann Award and the Missouri Athletic Club awards, given to the nation's top male and female college soccer players...on track to graduate as Cal's all-time points and goals leader, as she's currently second in both categories with 110 and 49, respectively...Cal's best finisher and arguably the best in the Pac-10...strong, physical presence on Cal's frontline...member of the U.S. under-21 national team...earned five caps when she represented the full U.S. squad for the first time in March 2001 in an exhibition against Italy and at the Algarve Cup, where she tallied her first international goal against Norway...traveled with the U21 team to Mexico in May 2001 to compete against the country's full national team...posted a goal and three assists to help the U.S. win the Nordic Cup in July 2001.
CAL: 2001: Earned second team All-America recognition from Soccer Buzz and CollegeSoccer.com and back-to-back first team All-Pac-10 honors as a junior...led the Pac-10 in points (33) and goals (15) for the second-straight season...also paced the Bears with four game-winning goals, including in their 2-1 win over Santa Clara, the 2001 national champion...named to Soccer America's Team of the Week following her performance against the Broncos...other honors included her team's Most Valuable Offensive Player award and honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10.
2000: Recorded one of the best seasons by any forward in the country during her sophomore campaign...earned first team All-America honors from the NSCAA and Soccer Buzz after leading the Pac-10 in both points (47), goals (23) and game-winning goals (9)...her 23 goals tied Joy Fawcett for the school record for goals in a season...ranked 10th in the nation for points per game (2.35) and third for goals per game (1.15)...also named a Soccer America MVP and first team All-Pac-10...tallied four goals (tied school record) and nine points (new school record) in Cal's 12-0 shutout of No. 25 James Madison...recorded a goal in eight-straight games and had five multiple goal games...picked the Best Offensive Player of the Bay Area Classic.
1999: Led Cal in points (30), goals (11) and tied for assists (8) as a freshman...tied for second in the Pac-10 for points and assists and ranked third for goals...had three game-winning goals and four game-winning assists...game-winning goals came against Arkansas (2-0), Tennessee (2-1) and William & Mary (2-1 OT)...scored two goals in Cal's 7-0 win over USF and in Cal's 6-2 victory over Washington State...scored in four-straight games...earned second team All-Pac-10 honors...Soccer Buzz first team Freshman All-American and second team All-West region player...chosen Cal's Offensive MVP...selected to Soccer America's Team of the Week Sept. 7, and also to the Cal Invitational (Sept 7) and Golden Gate Classic (Oct. 3) all-tournament teams.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Received high school All-America honors from both Parade Magazine and the NSCAA Gatorade Oregon Player of the Year as a junior and senior...named a Top 25 national recruit by Soccer America...spent time with the U.S. U18 national team...led Jesuit HS to four-straight state championships, a streak that included 92-consecutive wins...member of the ODP national squad from 1997-99...club team, FC Portland, was state champion seven-straight seasons...played in the adidas summer league '97-99, including the '99 adidas Showcase...competed in the National Jr. Olympic Track Championships in the hurdles and pentathlon...mass communications and political science major...parents are Joseph Redmond and Norma Schott...born April 4, 1981 in Portland, OR.
SCHOTT'S CAREER STATISTICS Year G GS Shots Goals Assists Points 1999 21 17 60 11 8 30 2000 20 20 74 23 1 47 2001 20 20 59 15 3 33 Totals 61 57 193 49 12 110