Wiese and company named BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year
Co-captain ... a proven goal-scorer who is a constant threat to opposing teams ... 2004 BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year ... 2005 BIG EAST Preseason Co-Offensive Player of the Year ... only the second Hoya ever to earn the BIG EAST Offensive POY award (Eric Kvello, 1997) ...
2005: Named All-BIG EAST Third Team ... led the team in scoring (7 G) and points (16) for the third straight season ... scored two goals at DePaul, vs. Rutgers and Manhattan ... named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week and to the College Soccer News Team of the Week (9/26) for his four goals in two wins over RU and Manhattan ... dished out assists vs. American and VCU ... had game-winning goals at DePaul and Rutgers ... named BIG EAST Academic All-Star
2004: The BIG EAST's Offensive Player of the Year along with All-BIG EAST First Team honors...also named GU's Offensive Player of the Year and was a Third Team NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region selection...first on the team in goals and points which led the BIG EAST as well with 13 and 32 respectively...played in 21 games and started 19 plus had six assists...13 goals in one season ranks sixth in Hoya history...third in the league for shots with 54 and sixth in assists also ranked fourth in game winning goals with four...had three multiple goal games with three at Syracuse and two at Maryland and two against Mt. St. Mary's...named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for the week ending October 3 and named to Soccer America Team of the Week after scoring a total of four goals in Hoya wins over West Virginia and Syracuse...
2003: Led Georgetown scorers with 21 points ...Offensive Player of the Year for Georgetown...nine goals placed fourteenth in Hoya single season history...ranked sixth in the BIG EAST for goals and tied for sixth in points...twice named BIG EAST Player of the Week...first collegiate point came with game winning goal versus Howard (8/29)....scored more than one goal in two games for the Hoyas....earned All-Tournament team status for UConn/adidas Classic and D.C. College Cup...started 14 of 19 games...
High School: Named the 2002-03 Bronx Soccer Player of the Year...a two-time Newsday All-New York City First team member...ended high school career with 70 goals...plays club soccer with F.C. Westchester...a member of the Eastern New York Olympic Development program...participant on Fordham Prep's track and tennis teams.
Schramm's Career Statistics