Anna Schueler 9
Anna Schueler

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Chicago, Ill.

High School:
Loyola Academy

Height:
5-5

Position:
M


09/02/2014

My Michigan: Competition

My Michigan: Competition

05/29/2014

Memorial Wrigley-Fenway Bike Ride Makes Big House Stop

Memorial Wrigley-Fenway Bike Ride Makes Big House Stop

05/01/2014

Schueler Reserves Spot on All-ALC Second Team

Schueler Reserves Spot on Women's Lacrosse All-ALC Second Team

04/02/2014

Schueler Claims Second Straight ALC Rookie of the Week Honor

Schueler Claims Second Straight Women's Lacrosse ALC Rookie Honor

03/26/2014

Schueler Garners Program's First ALC Weekly Award

Schueler Garners First Women's Lacrosse ALC Weekly Award

02/19/2014

W Lacrosse Ready for Inaugural Season

Coach Jennifer Ulehla will lead the Wolverines in the program's inaugural season, which begins on Saturday (Feb. 22) at Villanova, while the home opener at Oosterbaan Field House is slated for Friday, Feb. 28.

Last Updated: May 8, 2014

At Michigan ... Member of Team One's Leadership Council (2014) ... All-ALC second team (2014) ... Two-time ALC Rookie of the Week (March 26, April 2, 2014) ... Named Michigan's Most Valuable Player (2014) ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award recipient (2014).

Freshman (2014) ... Started all 17 games, including her first career start at Villanova (Feb. 22) ... Led the team in goals (32) and finished second in points (43) and assists (11) ... Scored her first two career goals in the season-opener at Villanova (Feb. 22) ... Had 10 multi-goal games, including five hat tricks ... Notched her first two career hat tricks against Winthrop (March 20) and No. 10 Penn State (March 23) and was selected ALC Rookie of the Week for her performances (March 26) ... Matched program record for goals in a single game (5) against UC Davis (March 30) -- named ALC Rookie of the Week for her performance (April 2) ... Tallied a team-best 54 draw controls, including a season-best six in back-to-back games at No. 14 Johns Hopkins (March 16) and against Winthrop (March 20) ... Finished tied for first on the team in caused turnovers with 16, including a season-best three at Brown (April 9) ... Also ended the season third in ground balls with 24.

Prep ... Graduated from Loyola Academy (2013) ... First Honors recipient as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... Three-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse (2011, '12, '13) ... As a senior (2013) ... Scored 60 goals ... Helped team to fifth straight Illinois State title and overall record of 23-3 ... All-Conference ... All-State ... U.S. Lacrosse All-American ...As a junior (2012) ... Tallied 36 goals, 21 assists, and 23 groundballs in 25 games played ... Helped lead team to Illinois State Championship title with a record of 22-3 ... Scored five goals and had two assists in the state championship game against New Trier to help lead team to fourth consecutive state title ... All-Conference ... All-State ... U.S. Lacrosse All-America honorable mention ... Member of Midwest Under Armour Undergraduate All-American Tournament team ... As a sophomore ( 2011) ... Tallied 16 goals, nine assists and 19 ground balls in 23 games played ... Helped team to Illinois State Championship title with a season record of 21-2 ... All-Conference ... All-State second team ... Member of Team Chicago for the U.S. Lacrosse National Tournament ... Member of Midwest Under Armour Undergraduate All-American Tournament team ... Club Lacrosse ... Played for Northwestern Elite.

Personal ... Enrolled in the School of Kinesiology ... Majoring in sport management ... Born June 27, 1995 ... Daughter of Matthew Schueler and Susan Herzog-Schueler ... Other Sports Played ... Three-time varsity letterwinner in basketball (2011, '12, '13) ... As a senior, was selected All-Conference, Chicago Sun Times All Area, Pioneer Press All-Area, All-State Honorable Mention... As a junior, one of 20 basketball players selected to the Chicago Sun-Times All-Area Honorable Mention Team ... One of 25 basketball players selected the ESPN Chicago All-Area Team ... Team's leading scorer and Co-MVP (2012).

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