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Maggie Schneidereith
Maggie  Schneidereith


Lutherville, MD

High School:
Towson High




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Cordingley, Crosson and Schneidereith Honored for Performances Last Week


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Johns Hopkins Runs Past Hofstra, 15-6

Schneidereith and Cordingley Combine for Seven Goals

- Started all 18 games in rookie season
- Totaled 20 goals, 24 assists, 44 points, 22 ground balls and two caused turnovers
- Set school record for assists by a freshman
- Led team in assists and ranked second in points
- Ranked fifth in the Big Ten in assists per game
- Led all freshmen in the league in assists and ranked second among freshmen in points
- Made collegiate debut and totaled two points (1g, 1a) and one caused turnover in season-opening win at American
- Scored and handed out an assist in win at Marquette
- Dished three assists in win at Loyola
- Totaled a career-high four goals and six points in overtime win over Georgetown
- Finished with three assists in win over Furman
- Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week (03-07)
- Scored on free position in win over UMBC
- Totaled five points, including a game-high three assists, in win at Hofstra
- Scored in loss at #1 Maryland
- Scored twice, handed out an assist and caused a turnover in win over Vanderbilt
- Had an assist versus #10 Penn State
- Had an assist and three ground balls in overtime loss at #16 Northwestern
- Scored, handed out an assist and picked up three ground balls in win over Michigan
- Totaled two points (1g, 1a) in loss to #4 Stony Brook
- Scored twice and assisted on a third in win at Ohio State
- Notched a hat trick and an assist in win over Rutgers
- Scored and dished four assists in loss at top-ranked Maryland in Big Ten semifinals

- Maggie Schneidereith
- Daughter of Wilbur and Jenny Schneidereith
- Is a quadruplet
- sisters, Jamie and Lucy, play lacrosse at Drexel and sister, Georgia, plays lacrosse at Albany
- Totaled 110 goals and 81 assists in final three seasons
- Two-time Towson Times Athlete of the Year
- Three-time first team all-county selection
- Named Honorable Mention All-American as a senior
- Three-time scholar-athlete award winner
- Played six years with M&D
- Also played basketball and soccer
- Major is undecided