Carroll County Times

Two-time Tewaaraton Award winner's career highlights at Maryland

While playing for the University of Maryland after leaving Century High School, where she was a member of three state championship teams in 2006, 2007 and 2009, Katie Schwarzmann was:

• National Midfielder of the Year (2011, 2012, 2013)


• Started for 2010 NCAA national champions, 2011 finalists, 2012 Final Four team and 2013 finalists.

• Four-time All-American (three First Team selections)


• Four-time All-ACC

• Four-time All-ACC Tournament Team

• Four-time All-ACC Academic Team.

• Third all-time leading scorer at Maryland (228 goals, 76 assists)

• Top 15 in nation in scoring three times (5th as sophomore, 2nd as junior, 14th as senior)

• Two-time ACC Offensive Player of the Year 2012, 2013

• Two-time ACC Tournament MVP 2012, 2013.

• Two-time ACC Women's Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2012, 2013)


Schwarzmann was also the youngest member of U.S. National Team that won 2013 World Cup in Oshawa, Canada.

She scored 10 goals and had four assists in seven games, including a goal in championship game against Canada.

Source: University of Maryland Women's Lacrosse