|Hometown:||Center Valley, Pa.|
|High School:||Southern Lehigh|
Meharg on Scholl
"Sarah is extremely fit and has a high work rate. Sarah has the leadership and tactical maturity to play on the forward line, as well as, the midfield. She leads by example and I know the younger players will thrive under her way."
Named to Northern California USFHA EPTC squad which competed in the National Championship tournament in the summer of 2006 ... also named to U.S. Junior National Team pool in 2006.
As a junior in 2007
Accumulated three goals and a career-high five assists, tying her personal best with 11 points ... started all 21 games on the forward line ... scored goals in a 4-1 win vs. Ohio State (Sept. 8), a 4-0 shutout against #19 Virginia (Sept. 29) and a 3-1 win over #14 Boston University (Oct. 7) ... the tally against the Terriers was the go-ahead goal ... dished a career-high two assists in the win over Princeton (Sept. 26), including back-to-back goals to give the Terps a commanding lead in the eventual 4-1 decision ... assisted on Maryland's first goal in the NCAA Tournament win over Old Dominion (Oct. 12) ... named to the NFHCA's National Academic Squad for the third-consecutive year ... also selected to the All-ACC Academic team for the first time in her career.
As a sophomore in 2006
Played in every game, starting in 19 ... a threat on the offensive third with her unrelenting movement around the cage ... had a goal and an assist for a career-high three points vs. Northwestern (Sept. 10) on the second day of the Terrapin Invitational ... scored the team's only goal in regulation vs. #20 Michigan in State College, Pa. (Oct. 1) ... attempted a season-high three shots in the final regular-season game against Appalachian State (Oct. 27) ... named to the NFHCA's National Academic Squad for the second-consecutive year.
As a freshman in 2005
Made her first-career start in the season opener at Northwestern, tallying her first-career goal (Aug. 27) ... scored on her first two shot attempts of the year, knocking in goals against the Wildcats and then had the game-winning tally against Stanford in the Terrapin Invitational (Sept. 11) ... also had a goal on her only attempt in the loss to then-No. 1 Wake Forest (Sept. 24) ... scored on only shot attempt against Princeton (Oct. 11) ... started in 21 games, playing in every game of the season ... named to National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and the All-ACC Academic team.
Four year field hockey letterwinner at midfield at Southern Lehigh ... tallied 23 goals and 13 assists, leading team to the Colonial League title in 2004 ... selected first team all-conference, all-area, all-state and team Most Valuable Player as a senior captain ... second team All-Colonial League in 2002 and 2003 ... helped squad to District XI title in 2002 ... served as Student Council President for two years ... four-year member of the dance team and three-year participant of the Key Club.
Majoring in food sciences at Maryland ... along with balancing school and field hockey, is a fitness instructor in Maryland's Campus Recreation Services ... member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars ... only daughter of Margaret and Leslie Scholl ... has an older brother, Zachary (23) ... Sarah Scholl was born in Allentown, Pa.
SCHOLL'S CAREER STATISTICS
SCHOLL'S SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
Goals: 1, nine times (last vs. Boston University, Oct. 7, 2006)
Assists: 2, Princeton (Sept. 26, 2007)
Points: 3, vs. Northwestern (Sept. 10, 2006)