9 - Brett Schmidt
Brett Schmidt
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Great Mills, Md.
High School: St. Mary's Ryken
Position: A

AS A SENIOR:  Named Second Team All-NEC at attack after tallying 29 goals and 19 assists for 48 points...Earn a spot on the NEC All-Tournament team after recording three goals and an assist in the two games...Scored at least one goal in all 15 games in 2012, stretching his streak of consecutive games with at least one goal to 28, the third-longest current streak in the nation...Had four goals and three assists for seven points in the 15-4 victory against VMI...Had three goals and three assists in the Mount's 16-7 win over Wagner that clinched NEC Tournament spot...Scored two or more goals in each of the first seven games...Had a goal and three assists in the Mount's 12-8 loss to Maryland.

AS A JUNIOR:  Named First Team All-Northeast Conference at attack by posting 34 goals and 16 assists for 50 points on the season...Named to the NEC All-Tournament team by tallying five goals and three assists in wins over Bryant and Quinnipiac...Had three goals and three assists in the Mount's 14-9 win over Quinnipiac in the NEC title game...Added pair of goals in 14-9 semifinal win over Bryant...A three-time NEC Offensive Player of the Week winner...Scored four goals in wins over Sacred Heart and Wagner...Chipped in three goals and three assists in 16-10 win over Quinnipiac during regular season...Had five goals and an assist in 21-7 rout at VMI...Had 10 games with three or more points...Had six games with a hat trick, including three goals and one assist in 12-11 win over Robert Morris.

AS A SOPHOMORE  Had 17 goals and 21 assists for 38 points his freshman season at the Mount...Named Second Team All-Northeast Conference at attack...Was the NEC Rookie of the Week one time and MAAC Rookie of the Week on two occasions during the season...Earned a spot on the NEC All-Rookie team...Led the Mount in assists, including a season-high six in the Mount's 12-9 win at Detroit...The six assists were the most by a Mount player since 1998...Finished that game with a goal and a season-best seven points...Had three goals and two assists in the Mount's MAAC semifinal win over Manhattan...Had three goals and three assists in 13-6 win over Canisius...Had two goals and two assists in 19-13 win over No. 19 Robert Morris...Added 17 ground balls on the year while starting all 17 games.

AS A FRESHMAN:  Sat out the 2009 season.

PERSONAL:  Older brother Justin is a defenseman for the Mount while his twin brother, Bryant, is a midfielder. Majoring in business.