|High School:||Corona del Sol|
Academic Notes: Majoring in management…Two time Big Sky All-Academic selection…Two time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.
2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 26 matches with 14 starts...Averaged 1.54 digs per set...Tied for team high in sets played participating in all 95 during the year...Season-best 13 digs at Montana State on Nov. 5, one of three matches with double-digit digs...Finished fourth on team in digs per set....Took season high 20 serves against Southern Utah...Started nine matches during the Big Sky regular season.
2009 (Freshman): Played in 23 matches with 10 starts…One of six players to appear in 81 sets…Finished season with 2.09 digs per set, .21 service aces and .11 assists per set…Third on team in digs per set …Improved digs per set to 2.28 during Big Sky Conference season…Fourth on team in digs with 169…Season-high 14 digs against Sacramento State on Sept. 24…Fourth on team in service aces per set.
High School: Two-year varsity letterwinner for coach Ben Maxfield at Corona Del Sol HS…Named Team MVP as a senior and was also named MVP on JV as a sophomore and on her freshman team…East Valley Tribune all-state honorable mention as a senior…Tempe All-City as a senior…Named to Highland Hawks All-Tournament Team as a senior…Selected to the first team all-region as a junior and also selected to the East Valley Tribune’s 5A honorable mention team…Second team all-region as a junior…Team was region champion in 2008 and 2009…Also started for four years on the soccer team, earning numerous awards including the Arizona Republic’s Southeast Valley Player of the Year, Central Region Player of the Year, Tempe All-City and Team MVP as a senior…Soccer team was four-time region champs and two-time state champs.
Personal: Alexandra Blair Schroeder was born June 24, 1991 in Tempe, Ariz.…Daughter of John and Paula Schroeder…Two brothers, Jonathan and Ryan…One cousin, Lisa Mason, graduated from NAU and another, Nick Walton, currently attends NAU…Brother Jonathan played basketball at Glendale CC…Lists winning the state championship in soccer as a freshman and sophomore, starting in both games and scoring the second year as the most memorable moments in her athletic career.