Erica "Boo" Schubert
Transferred to Rutgers following spring, 2001 semester
2000: Played in every match of the season, getting the starting nod for 22 matches...scored two goals and turned in seven assists...averaged 67.2 minutes per match...fourth on the team with 11 points...member of the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
1999: Played in all 23 matches, starting three...fourth among the Gators with 23 points (nine goals, five assists)...hit first game-winning goal at Auburn, curving in a corner kick in UF's 2-0 win...turned in two goals and an assist against Louisiana State for a season-high five points.
High School: Three-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American...The Philadelphia Inquirer's 1998 South Jersey player of the year and a three-time member of the Inquirer's first team...Scored 120 goals during prep career, including 35 as a senior at Delran High School...Four-time all-state team member (1995-98)...Coached by Rudi Klobach at Delran High School...Appeared in Sports Illustrated Faces in the Crowd in January of 1999.
Club: Member of under-18 national team player pool...Five-year member (1995-99) and three-year (1996-98) Olympic Development Program (ODP) team member...Traveled to Europe as part of the 1998 State/Regional/National ODP team...Member of the Counties United club team, where she was coached by Sam Nellins...Counties United claimed 1997 Orange Bowl, 1998 Jefferson Cup, 1998 JAGS and 1998 state championships.
Personal: Born August 18, 1981 in Philadelphia, Pa...Youngest of Nelson and Susan Schubert's four daughters (Staci, Alyssa and Andrea)...1999 graduate of Delran High School, where she received Scholar-Athlete award...Also played basketball and lacrosse at DHS...Picked up the nickname "Boo" at age four.
|Schubert's Collegiate Statistics|
|1999||23 / 3||848||52||9 (1)||5||23|
|2000||24 / 22||1613||27||2 (0)||7||11|
|Totals||47 / 25||2461||79||11 (1)||12||34|