Cassie Schaefer

Roseville, Calif.

High School:
St. Francis HS '03



Organizational Studies

2006: Finished 4th on team in goals, shooting 29-for-61 (.475)... Averaged 15.8 minutes per game... Scored 13 goals during WWPA and NCAA tournaments, including all three hat tricks for the year... Led Aggies with 4 goals in 8-7 win over Loyola Marymount in conference title game (4-30)... Scored twice in overtime to lead team to 12-10 win over Hartwick in fifth-place game of NCAA tournament (5/14)... Also had game-high 3 goals in NCAA opener with Hawai'i (5/12) and 2 goals in Saturday's win against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (5/13).

2005: ALL-WWPA FIRST TEAM... Scored 26 goals and led team with 18 assists in 35 games played... Appeared in 650 minutes, 4th on team... Recorded 35 steals and drew 9 ejections... Had six multi-goal games, including a pair of hat tricks... First career hat trick came in opening weekend vs. Pacific (1/30)... Scored season-high 4 goals vs. Princeton at UC Santa Barbara's Gaucho Invite (2/26)... Had 2 goals in 8-7 sudden-victory upset vs. 8th-ranked Gauchos (3/25), including equalizer with 2:25 remaining in fourth quarter.

2004: Joined team for final weeks, scoring 2 goals in 4 games played (33 minutes)... Goals came against Cal State San Bernardino (4/23) and Cal State Bakersfield (4/25) during WWPA tournament.

ST. FRANCIS HS '03: Twice earned All-America honors... Named to All-Sac-Joaquin Section first team as a junior and senior, won honorable mention as a sophomore... Three-time All-Sacramento Valley League, including MVP honors in 2001 and 2002... Key stats: 101 goals, 56 assists, 98 steals and 29 ejections drawn in 2002; 72 goals, 29 assists, 133 steals and 35 ejections drawn in 2001; 39 goals, 21 assists, 78 steals and 15 ejections drawn in 2000... Team won three SVL titles in her career, posting combined record of 81-27... Played club ball for Davis Water Polo, helping team to runner-up finish at 2002 Junior Olympics.

PERSONAL: Born in Carmichael, Calif.... Organization studies major... Parents are Marty & Janet Schaefer... Career highlight was helping Davis WPC to 2nd-place finish at 2002 Junior Olympics.