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23   Jonathan Schneider
Jonathan Schneider

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Massapequa, N.Y.

High School:
Massapequa

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 180

Position:
G


  • 2006 Doc Schneider Photo Gallery

    ON SCHNEIDER: Competing to be UMass' starting goalie as a freshman ... a great communicator in the goal ... has great confidence in the goal ... according to Cannella, "is probably the best leader as a freshman goalie that I've had since I've been here" ... feels very comfortable leading the defense and taking charge out there. ... clearing-wise he is the same, a take-charge guy ... has an ability to make the big save ... a solid all around, a good stopper ... a guy who isn't afraid to work hard.

    2006 UPDATE

  • Named to 2006 NCAA All-Tournament Team.
  • 2006 New England Rookie of the Year.
  • Was the only true freshman goalie among NCAA Quarterfinal and Semifinal teams.
  • 220 saves ranked as the fourth-best season at UMass and makes him only the second person to have that many saves in a season as All-American Sal LoCascio has the top three marks.
  • Second in the nation in saves per game at 12.2 and second overall in total saves with 220.
  • Ranked seventh in nation in save percentage at 60.3. Also has an 8.13 GAA in 18 starts, playing all but 13:36 as a freshman.
  • Has at least 12 saves in 11 of 18 games during the season.
  • Against the nation's top scoring team, made 17 saves vs. Virginia (5/29) in NCAA Championship game.
  • In NCAA Semifinal win over Maryland (5/27), made 15 saves including seven in the fourth quarter while equalling season-best in goals allowed, just five.
  • Stopped eight shots vs. Hofstra (5/20) in NCAA Quarterfinal including key stop of Mike Unterstein in overtime, leading to Jim Connolly's game-winning goal to send UMass to Semifinals.
  • Made 10 saves including one in the final minute to preserve NCAA First Round win at Cornell (5/13).
  • Allowed season-low five goals, making seven saves vs. Rutgers (5/6).
  • Had eight saves at Syracuse (4/29).
  • Made five clutch saves in fourth quarter including one at the final horn against Fairfield (4/25), finished with eight saves and six goals allowed.
  • Allowed eight games, making nine saves at Georgetown (4/22).
  • Made 13 saves while allowing just six goals vs. Hobart (4/15).
  • Named ECAC Rookie of the Week on April 10.
  • Made 15 saves and allowed just five goals at St. John's (4/8).
  • Career-high 19 saves in win over Loyola (3/25), allowing just seven goals.
  • Posted 12 saves, allowing eight goals in win over S. Heart (3/21).
  • Made at least 14 saves in first four collegiate starts.
  • Made 14 stops against Albany (3/14).
  • 17 saves vs. Harvard (3/11) giving up just seven goals.
  • Had 28 total saves, 14 apiece in first two college games at Yale (3/4) and vs. Hofstra (2/26).

    BEFORE UMASS: All-American goalie at Massapequa High School for coach Steve Mollot ... Nassau County Goalie of the Year as a senior in leading the Chiefs to a 16-4 record ... All-Long Island selection, All-County and All-Academic Team as a senior ... posted a 68 save percentage in 2005 ... finished career with 66 save percentage ... as a junior, helped the Chiefs to a 12-5 record and aided the defense in allowing 7.0 goals against ... was a South Shore All-County Honorable Mention selection by Newsday... was a Peak 200 All-Star.

    PERSONAL: Jonathan David Schneider ... son of Roni and Irwin Schneider ... brother of Eric (13) ... born April 25, 1987 in Manhattan, N.Y. ... goes by nickname `Doc' ... plans to major in business.

    CAREER STATS
    Year	GP/GS	Svs.	GA	Sv.%	Min.	GAA	W-L	GB	Pen.
    2006	18/18	220	145	60.3	1069:31	81.3	13-5	30	2/1:30

    CAREER HIGHS
    Saves: 19 vs. Loyola, 3/25/06
    Fewest Goals: 5 vs. Maryland, 5/27/06, Rutgers, 5/6/06 & at St. John's, 4/8/06

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