The former Huskies are vying for a spot on the NWSL squad
Schulmann sleceted to Jewish Sports Review All-America Team
Schulmann named the New England Soccer News Women's College Player of the Year
Schulmann Earns Spot on Second Team All-Region
Schulmann selected as one of 37 finalists for Boot award
2012 (Redshirt Senior Season): Played in 18 contests and started in 12... Led the Huskies in goals (10), assists (7) and points (27)... Had a goal and an assist against both Vermont (8/19) and Boston College (8/24)... Found the back of the net against Santa Clara (9/2)... Dished out two assists and scored a goal against Marist (9/5)... Tallied seven points in a win over CCSU (9/9) after scoring three goals and an assist... Was named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week, ECAC Player of the Week and Soccer News Net National Player of the Week following her hat trick.... Scored against Syracuse (9/13), St. John's (9/16) and Marquette (10/28)... Named to All-BIG EAST First Team... Selected to Jewish Sports Review All-America Team... Named to NSCAA All-Region Second Team.
2011 (Redshirt Junior Season): Played in and started 15 games... Led the team in points with 15 and goals with seven, also registered one assist... Scored her first goal with UConn in her second game on the team, at Wake Forest in a 2-1 victory (Sept. 2)... Notched two goals including the game winner in a 2-1 victory at DePaul (Oct. 2)... Scored one goal in three consecutive games, against Syracuse (Sept. 15), Louisville (Sept. 23), and Cincinnati (Sept. 25)... Named to the ALL-BIG EAST Second Team and to the 2011 NEWISA ALL-New England Second Team.
2010 (Junior Season): Sat out due to transfer rules.
2009 (Sophomore Season): Played at Seton Hall University.
2008 (Freshman Season): Played at Maryland, scoring three goals.
Before UConn: Ineligible for the 2010 season ... Two-time All-State selection, First Team All-County and All-League... Led high school team to league and county titles as well as the State semifinals as a freshman and sophomore... Scored 27 goals her freshman year and followed with 23 goals her sophomore year... Played for the Arsenal World Class Club team, leading them to the 2007 State and Regional Championships... Major is undecided.