|Height / Weight:|
6-2 / 185
Signed Professional Contract with Ottawa Senators
2011-2012 (Sophomore Season): Played in 38 games... Led the team with 45 points on 23 goals and 22 assists... Set a UConn DI single-season record with 23 goals and 45 points... Selected to the AHA First Team... AHA Player of the week twice, Jan. 9th and Mar. 12th... Broke the record for most points by a sophomore in first two seasons in UConn D1 history with 78... Combined with Brant Harris to record the most points in UConn D1 history among two players with 78... Recorded two hat tricks on the season vs. Niagara (Jan. 6) and Sacred Heart (Feb. 10)... Registered at least one point in nine straight games from Nov. 12th to Dec. 29th... Had two goals and one assist in a 4-3 victory against Canisius (Jan. 15)... Assisted on all of the teams' goals in a 3-2 win against RIT (Dec. 2)... Recorded four game winning goals on the season... Schneider signed a two-way contract with the Ottawa Senators following his sophomore season, starting his pro career in the AHL with the Binghamton Senators.
2010-11 (Freshman Season): Named to the AHA All-Rookie Team... Appeared in all 37 games... Led the team with 33 points on 13 goals and 20 assists... Set a new UConn Division I freshman scoring record... Set a new UConn Division I assist record... 20 assists led all UConn players... Ranked second in the AHA among rookie scorers... Finished the season with two power-play goals and three game-winning goals... Tallied his first collegiate point with an assist at No. 7 Maine (Oct. 9)... Scored his first two collegiate goals at Army (Oct. 23)... Registered eight multipoint games... Named AHA Rookie and Player of the Week after notching four points with a hat trick and an assist against Niagara (Dec. 4)... Tallied three points with a goal and two assists against Sacred Heart (Dec. 10)... Tallied three assists against Mercyhurst (Jan. 7)... Had a five-game point streak from Feb. 5 - Feb. 19... Ended the season on a three-game point streak... Notched a goal and an assist in the AHA Semifinals against RIT (Mar. 18)... Named to the AHA All-Tournament Team... Presented with the Thomas Jacquard Award at the team's annual awards banquet.
Before UConn: Played for the Topeka RoadRunners of the North American Hockey League... Finished eleventh in the league in goals despite playing 25 games fewer than the league leaders... Finished the season with 25 goals and 14 assists for 39 points in only 29 games... Recorded 11 points in nine NAHL playoff games.
Personal: Cole Peter is the son of Peter and Sally Schneider... an allied health major... born August 26, 1990.