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Isabella Schmid
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Isabella Schmid 1878501
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Wangen, Germany
High School: St. Ursula Schulen Freiburg

* CoSIDA Academic All-District IV First Team (2015)
* All-ACC Third Team (2014)
* College Cup All-Tournament Team (2014)
* NSCAA Third Team Scholar All-South Region (2014)
* All-ACC Academic Team (2014)
* ACC All-Tournament Team (2013)
* ACC All-Freshmen Team (2012)
* Soccer America All-Freshmen First Team (2012)
* FSU Dean’s List (Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014)
* ACC Academic Honor Roll (2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15)

* Appeared in 20 games for Florida State, including 19 starts, as the Seminoles reached the College Cup for the fifth season in a row.
* Scored five goals – matching her total production in her previous three seasons – and added five assists to finish with a career-high 15 points.
* Recorded the game-winner in FSU’s 1-0 victory over USC at the Lobo Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M., on August 23.
* Had the first multi-point game of her career after scoring a goal and adding an assist against NC State on October 8.
* Registered a career-high five points on two goals and an assist – all within the first 13 minutes of the match – against South Alabama in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on November 20.
* Recorded an assist on Cheyna Williams’ first goal of the game against No. 8 North Carolina in the ACC semifinals.
* Scored the final goal of FSU’s 4-0 win over UCF with a penalty kick in the 70th minute.
* Earned one assist in each game against Texas A&M – aiding on Berglind Thorvaldsdottir’s game-winner on September 4 and finding Cheyna Williams for a goal on November 27.
* Tied for third on the team with six points in the NCAA postseason with two goals and two assists.
* Helped Florida State set two NCAA Tournament records with 10 consecutive postseason shutouts and a consecutive scoreless streak of 931:47 minutes of match time. These surpassed the previous marks of eight shutouts and 829:31 set by North Carolina in 2003-04.

* Played in all 26 games with 22 starts as a junior, started the final nine games of the season.
* Named to the 2014 College Cup All-Tournament Team as the midfielder helped Florida State shutout both No. 3 Stanford and No. 4 Virginia on its way to winning its first NCAA National Championship.
* Totaled 10 points on the season with two goals and six assists.
* Scored an unassisted goal in the 72nd minute against Stetson – just 24 seconds after a goal by Cheyna Williams – as the Noles defeated the Hatters, 7-0, on Sept 14.
* Opened the scoring against Miami with a goal off a free kick in the 66th minute. FSU finished with a 3-0 victory in Coral Gables, Fla.
* Assisted on Kristin Grubka’s goal in the 67th minute of FSU’s 4-1 victory over Minnesota on August 24.
* Found Marta Bakowska-Mathews in the box with a nice pass and she scored the final FSU goal in the Noles’ 2-0 victory over Syracuse on October 9.
* Tallied an assist in three consecutive NCAA Tournament games…found Dagny Brynjarsdottir for the final goal of a 3-0 win over Northeastern, crossed a ball into the box for Kristin Grubka in a 1-0 win over UCF and aided on a Jamia Fields goal against South Carolina that helped send Florida State to its fourth straight College Cup.
* Played a season-high 100 minutes in the 1-1 tie at No. 5 North Carolina on October 23.


* Appeared in 18 matches making 15 starts for the Seminoles during her sophomore campaign...closed out the season with 13 consecutive starts.
* Tallied over 1,000 minutes on the pitch recording double-digit minutes in all 18 matches.
* Finished the season posting career-highs for points, goals, assists and game-winning goals...tallied six points on two goals and two assists while both goals resulted in game-winners.
* First point of the season came on an assist in the first goal of a 2-1 victory over Maryland...part of a double assist that resulted in a goal by Berglind Thorvaldsdottir in the seventh minute of play.
* Successfully converted a penalty kick against Duke in the first round of the ACC Tournament...the goal broke a scoreless tie in the 52nd minute for the eventual game-winner.
* Started all three games of the ACC Tournament and played every minute in the semifinals against North Carolina and in the championship game against Virginia Tech.
* Notched her second game-winning goal of the season in the second round of the NCAA Tournament finding the back of the net in the 41st minute for the second goal of the game in a 3-1 victory over Ole Miss.
* Assisted on a goal by Dagny Brynjarsdottir in the NCAA Tournament third round game against Colorado.
* Started in all six of FSU's postseason games in leading the Seminoles to a spot in the national finals for the second time in school history.
* Registered a career-high four shots in 37 minutes of action against Boston College during the regular season...six of her 14 shots on the year came against the Eagles.

* Led all Seminole freshmen with 19 starts while tallying over 1500 minutes on the pitch.
* First career start came in the season opener at Minnesota as she played all 90 minutes...registered 11 starts in which she played every minute.
* Assisted on the eventual game-winner scored by Ines Jaurena in a 7-0 victory over Clemson...assist was her first collegiate point.
* First career goal came in the third round of the NCAA Tournament against Texas A&M scoring the first goal of the game in the 17th minute of a 4-0 shutout...score also stood as her first career game-winning goal.
* Finished the season with 25 shots including seven SOG...recorded a career-high three shots twice in wins over Florida and at Arkansas.
* Tallied at least one shot in her first eight games.
* Played and started in three of FSU's five NCAA Tournament games...tallied a goal and three shots over the three games...played every minute of every game against Notre Dame and in the College Cup semifinals against Penn State.

* Member of the U-15, U-16, U-17, U-19 and U-20 teams.
* Participated on the U-17 European Championship team that finished third.
* Played in all four games of the 2010 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago that advanced to the quarterfinals...scored the game-winning goal against Korea Republic in pool play competition.
* Appeared in five games with four starts for the German U-19 squad that won the European Championship in 2011...scored three goals, all against Norway, with the first coming in the opening game...added two more in the finals including the game-winner in the 50th minute of action.
* Called into training camp with the U-20 team in May, June and July of 2012 in preparation for the FIFA World Cup in Japan.

* Played with SV Karsee (1997-2005), TSV Tettnang (2005-2009) and SC Freiburg (2009-12).
* Named best scorer in the Verbandsliga (TSV Tettnang) in 2009.

* Daughter of Sylvia and Erwin Schmid.
* Majoring in psychology.

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