Emerged as the Hawks’ No. 2 starting pitcher by season’s end, seeing action in 24 games, including 15 starts… Posted a 10-5 record with a 2.94 ERA with a team-high 73 strikeouts in 95.1 innings pitched… Limited opposing batters to a .269 average… Earned her first collegiate win with four strong innings against Norfolk State in the season-opener, striking out a season-high eight batters… Picked up her second win with five shutout innings against Manhattan, striking out four (Mar. 16)… Went 2.0 innings in relief to earn a victory against Saint Joseph’s, striking out four… Defeated eventual NEC regular-season champion Robert Morris (Mar. 31) with a complete-game effort, allowing two earned runs while striking out six on the road… Limited Villanova to one earned run on Apr. 12, the first of three-straight complete-game victories… Followed with wins at Fairleigh Dickinson (Apr. 14) and Temple (Apr. 18)… Was also victorious in each of her final three decisions, a complete-game shutout against Rider (Apr. 25), as well as league wins against Mount St. Mary’s (Apr. 28) and LIU Brooklyn (Apr. 29).
Named First Team All-South Jersey, First Team Olympic American Conference, First Team All-Group IV and Team MVP in leading Washington Township to a 22-6 record and the league championship... Piled up 205 strikeouts, a perfect game, three no hitters and 11 shutouts as a senior... Registered 658 strikeouts in her high-school career... A two-time Second Team All-South Jersey selection... Also earned First Team All-South Jersey as a sophomore and junior, in addition to First Team All-Group IV and First Team Olympic American Conference Olympic American Conference honors both seasons... Collected Second Team All-Group IV and Olympic American Conference as a freshman... Also earned three basketball varsity letters, leading the Minutemen to two South Jersey Group IV Championships.
Born August 14, 1993, in Voorhees, N.J.... Daughter of John and Andrea Schoelkopf... Has a younger brother, John... Majoring in biology.