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Bashore, Schrott Earn All-America Honors

 

 

 
 

 

Head coach Amy Robertson coached two All-Americans this season in Kayla Bashore and Lydia Schrott.

 

 

Nov. 22, 2005

NFHCA All-America Release
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Two Indiana field hockey players earned
All-America honors as announced by the National Field Hockey Coaches
Association (NFHCA) on Tuesday. Senior midfielder Kayla Bashore became the first Hoosier to be named a first team All-American, while junior forward Lydia Schrott was selected second team All-America.

The Hoosier pair led IU to the their winningest season in
program history with an overall record of 17-5 and an Elite Eight
finish in the NCAA Tournament. Both All-Americans combined for 29 of
Indiana’s 63 goals this season. Additionally, both were named first
team All-Big Ten and first team All-Region.

Bashore, who tallied 29 points off 12 goals and five assists,
collected the program’s first Big Ten Player of the Year honor and was
a 2003 second team All-America selection. The Shoemakersville, Pa.,
product posted two hat tricks this season against Pacific (Sept. 9) and
Lindenwood (Sept. 25). Along with fellow senior Mallory Reabold,
Bashore was a North/South Senior All-Star selection and is the first
Hoosier to be named to the U.S. Field Hockey National team. Bashore is
the Hoosiers’ career shots (184) and defensive saves (7) leader.

Schrott, who sits as Indiana’s all-time career goals leader
with 29, led the Hoosiers to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA
Tournament with her second career hat trick against No. 5 North
Carolina. The Quarryville, Pa., standout led the Indiana scoring
offense this season with 17 goals and 37 points. Schrott earned the Big
Ten’s first Offensive Player of the Week honors for her hat-trick
performance against nationally-ranked Northeastern on Aug. 28.

 

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last night after church we went to jennie’s and i gave candy the
photograph that i took of her a few weeks ago. it made her night. she
kept saying how great it was and she thanked me over and over. she also
gave me a hug. her husband was at the diner and as we left she told me
he was going to take it home and put it on his toolbox.


Schrott Named Player of the Week by Womensfieldhockey.com

 

 

 
 

 

Junior Lydia Schrott is the second Hoosier to be named the womensfieldhockey.com’s Player of the Week

 

 

Nov. 15, 2005

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Junior forward Lydia Schrott
picked up another honor to add to her growing list of accolades this
season. For her second-career hat trick against North Carolina in the
Hoosiers’ first round win of the NCAA Tournament, Schrott was named
womensfieldhockey.com’s Player of the Week.

Schrott, who led the team in scoring this year with 41 points
from 17 goals and three assists, is the second Hoosier to earn this
distinction. Sophomore goalkeeper Haley Exner was named Player of the Week by the website on Oct. 17 for her career-high 16 saves against then-No. 9 Ohio State.

The Quarryville, Pa., product also picked up first team
All-Region and All-Big Ten for this year’s campaign. Schrott is the
program’s career goals (29), assists (17) and points (75) leader. For
the second consecutive year, Schrott is atop the single-season goals
(17) and points (41) ledger.