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• Will serve as a co-captain for the 2015 season.
• First goalie at Johns Hopkins to be elected a captain since Rob Scherr in 2003.

• Posted an 8.84 goals against average and a .547 save percentage tin starting all 16 games.
• Played more than 950 (950:41) of the team's nearly 972 minutes (971:50) on the year. His 950:41 is the most by a Johns Hopkins goalie since 2008 and the third-highest single-season total in school history.
• Finished 14th in the nation in GAA and 16th in save percentage.
• Fueled JHU's late-season five-game winning streak with a 5.68 GAA and a .654 save percentage in the five victories.
• Made a solid NCAA Tournament starting debut with 12 saves while allowing just eight goals in a 14-8 win at Virginia in the first round of the tournament.
• Sparked 6-5 win at Navy with 17 saves against just five goals allowed ... 17 saves are second highest total of his career.
• Fueled 11-6 win against third-ranked Maryland with 12 saves and just six goals allowed.
• Posted a career-high 19 saves and allowed just four goals in 55:04 against Michigan and came back with a 13-save performance in JHU's 15-9 win at 10th-ranked Princeton.
• Enjoyed a strong showing in 10-9 season-opening win against Ohio State with 13 saves against nine goals allowed in 68:59. Added three ground balls in the victory as well.

• Appeared in eight games with one start. Made first career start against Mount St. Mary's.
• Posted a 9.59 goals against average and a .500 save percentage in 87:37 of playing time. Played in four straight games in March (Mount St. Mary's, UMBC, Syracuse, Virginia) and also played in late-season wins against Navy and Army.
• Posted a career-high five saves in a 17-8 win against Michigan early in the season.

2012: Did not appear in a game and maintained sophomore eligibility.

2011: Played in two games as a reserve goalie • Logged 4:30 in net and posted one save without allowing a goal • Saw action in wins over Siena and UMBC.

At Massapequa: Three-year starter in goal • Boasted a save percentage above 60% in each of his three years as a starter • Under Armour All-American as a senior, when he also garnered all-county honors and helped team to a 15-3 record and the county title game • All-county pick as a junior and US Lacrosse All-Academic selection as a senior • Guided team to a 38-15 record in his three seasons as a starter • Team advanced to the county tournament each year with the runner-up finish his sophomore year to go along with the trip to the finals in 2010.

Personal: Eric D. Schneider • The son of Irwin and Roni Schneider • Born March 30, 1992 • Older brother, Doc Schneider, is an assistant lacrosse coach at UMass and helped the Minutemen to the 2006 NCAA Championship game as a freshman goalie • Graduated in May 2014 with a degree in political science major and a minor in entrepreneurship and management • Currently enrolled in the master's of science marketing program in Johns Hopkins' Carey Business School.

Eric Schneider

Eric  Schneider

Graduate Student

Massapequa, NY

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170


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