2009: Started all 19 games in goal ... finished with an 8.20 goals against average and a .505 save percentage ... made 10-plus saves in seven contests ... picked up a career-high 14 stops in win over Georgetown (3/21) ... registered 13 saves in upset victory of No. 1 Virginia ... posted 11 stops in NCAA Quarterfinal against North Carolina (5/17) ... allowed a season-low three goals in the ACC Semifinal versus Virginia (4/24) ... let in fewer than 10 goals in 13 contests ... picked up 45 ground balls ... finished the season ranked 16th in the nation in goals against average ... All-ACC Academic selection in 2009 ... three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll honoree for his career.
2008: Played in 15 contests, starting the Presbyterian tilt ... tended the Duke net for 177:44 while allowing 26 goals and making 27 saves ... posted a career-high 12 saves against Vermont (2/23) in 41:39 of action ... earned the win against Presbyterian (3/11) after blanking the Blue Hose for the opening period ... ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
2007: Played in eight games as the top reserve at goalkeeper ... logged 76:50 in the Duke net, recording 15 saves while allowing nine goals ... posted a 7.03 goals against average with a .625 save percentage ... had a season-high five saves against Bellarmine (3/31).
2006: Played in four games ... in 62:33 of action, recorded a 5.76 goals against average with nine saves ... had four saves against both Bellarmine (2/28) and Holy Cross (3/7) ... registered a .600 save percentage.
2005: Did not see game action.
Prep: Four-year letterman at Summit High School ... received All-America, all-state and all-conference honors as a senior, along with earning Goalie of the Year in New Jersey ... also received all-state accolades as a sophomore and junior ... all-state in both football and hockey.
Personal: Son of Pam and Steve Schroeder ... mother (1975), uncle (Todd Rancke, 1981) and brother (Steve, 2000) all are Duke graduates ... brother, Steve, lettered four seasons in baseball at Duke (1997-00) ... brothers, Scott and Keith, played lacrosse at Georgetown.