|High School:||Century High School|
As a Senior in 2013: Earned her first hat trick of the season, tallying three goals and two assists in the season opener against Richmond (2/10)... notched a career-high seven goals to help defeat Syracuse 19-11 (2/17)... Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week and Nike National Play of the Week (2/19)... notched two goals and two assists while also forcing two turnovers against Duke (2/24)... tallied a goal and two draw controls against Virginia (3/1)... earned a goal, two assists and a game-high five draw controls against Hofstra (3/3)... notched a hat trick and two assists against UMBC (3/5)... earned two goals against Penn State (3/9)... earned a goal and an assist against Boston College (3/16)... earned a hat trick and an assist against Stony Brook (3/17)... notched three goals and assists against William & Mary (3/20)... scored two goals and caused a turnover against James Madison (3/23)... tallied five goals, two assists, and a game-high seven ground balls against Towson (3/26)... notched three goals, ground balls and draw controls along with an assist to help top PENN 15-10 (3/30)... scored a game-high five goals to help defeat UNC 14-13 (4/6) earning her ACC co-offensive player of the week honors (4/9).
As a Junior in 2012: IWLCA First Team All-American....Synapse Sport Midfielder of the Year and First Team All-American...WomensLax.com Midfielder of the Year and All-American...IWLCA First Team All-South Region...tabbed to NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team after leading Maryland with three goals in the NCAA semifinals...2012 ACC Offensive Player of the Year...2012 Tewaaraton finalist ... Inside Lacrosse Preseason First Team All-American ... ACC Championship Most Valuable Player after tallying a tournament-record 11 goals in a three-game span...All-ACC for third straight season...scored in every game in 2012..led Terps with 72 goals, the fifth-highest mark in single-season history at Maryland...named ACC Player of the Week (3/6)...scored five goals against William & Mary (2/12) ... notched a goal and an assist against Delaware (2/16) ... tallied career-high six goals at No. 17 Penn State ... also recorded six groundballs vs. Nittany Lions ... added three goals against No. 6 Virginia (3/2) ... scored three goals and added two assists at Hofstra (3/4)...tallied five straight hat tricks from 3/13 to 3/27...tallied four goals each against Stony Brook (3/20), James Madison (3/24), North Carolina (4/7), Duke (4/21) and North Carolina (4/23)...recorded five points vs. Boston College (3/17)...tallied six draw controls vs. Towson (3/27)....racked up career-high eight points vs. Loyola (5/19) in the NCAA quarterfinals...also racked up a season-high seven draw controls vs. Greyhounds...boasted eight games with five or more points.
As a Sophomore in 2011: Tewaaraton finalist...Honda Sports Award finalist...IWLCA First Team All-American...IWLCA National Midfielder of the Year...also tabbed top midfielder by Synapse Sport and WomensLax.com...NCAA Championship All-Tournamnet team...All-ACC selection...ACC Championship All-Tournament Team...lead Maryland in goals with 65...nabbed ACC Defensive Player of the Week honors (2/28) after tallying five ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers in a win against No. 3 Duke (2/25)...ACC Offensive Player of the Week (4/12) after netting four goals, including the game-winner, in a pivotal conference win against rival and fourth-ranked North Carolina to clinch the ACC regular season title...also added five goals against the Blue Devils...began the year on a tear, netting 10 goals in the Terps first two games - five apiece against Richmond (2/13) and Delaware (2/16)...also notched three goals each against No. 16 Penn State (2/20) and No. 5 Virginia (3/4)...tallied three points on two goals and an assist in consecutive matches against No. 20 Boston College (3/20), Stony Brook (3/22) and No. 10 James Madison (3/26)...scored four goals and added an assist against No. 8 Penn (4/1)...netted four goals in a win at No. 16 Georgetown (4/28)...tallied four goals and a pair of assists against Duke in the national semifinals...totaled 45 draw controls, 22 caused turnovers and 38 ground balls.
As a Freshman in 2010: ACC Rookie of the Year...NCAA Championship All-Tournament team...IWLCA Third Team All-American...IWLCA First Team South Region...All-ACC...scored at least one goal in all by four matches in 2010...tallied a hat trick against five-time defending champion Northwestern in the NCAA title game (5/30)...one of 11 multi-goal games for the rookie...ended her freshman campaign with 33 goals and 11 assists...second on the squad in ground balls (38)...registered a career-high four points in a road win at Duke (2/27)...also racked up five ground balls and three caused turnovers to guide the Terps to its biggest win against Duke in program history...also scooped up four ground balls and added a pair of caused turnovers in a 17-6 rout of Dartmouth (5/8).
Prep: Schwarzmann played a pivotal role for the 2006 and 2007 state champion Century, scoring 40 and 67 goals, respectively...multi-sport athlete who earned first team all-conference and all-county honors as a captain in soccer and basketball as a senior, Scharzmann was a three-time All-American in lacrosse, also earning First Team All-Metro, Carroll County Times Player of the Year, First Team All-County and First Team All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League honors...she competed in the underclassmen Under Armour game twice and played in the Under Armour All-American game as a senior...also racked up WTTR Female Athlete of the Year and All-Metro Player of the Year awards in her final year at Century.
Personal: Daughter of Leonard and Annette Schwarzmann...two sisters, Ashley and Lauren, both played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins...also has one brother, Josh, who is enrolled at Maryland...National Honor Society, Co-President of Varsity Club and Honorable Mention Distinguished Scholar while enrolled at Century...lists her biggest sports thrill as winning the state championship...undecided on major...Under Armour Director's Circle Scholarship award winner.