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Isabella Schmid

School

Florida State University

Position
Midfielder
Major
Social Work

Classroom

Florida State University midfielder Isabella Schmid is an excellent student, earning Dean’s List honors four times during her career at Florida State. She has already earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology and is pursuing a master’s degree in social work. She is a three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll and earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team in 2014. The Wangen, Germany, native was also selected to the NSCAA Third Team Scholar South All-Region last season.

Character

Schmid is a quiet leader that is a joy to be around. She takes interest in the lives of teammates, staff and those she comes in contact with and looks to help out wherever she can. A tireless worker, she is always eager to better herself, whether academically or physically. She is always one of the first out at training or in the weight room, and she diligently pours herself into her studies.

Community

Schmid has taken part in several community service opportunities and has helped with groups such as the Boys and Girls Club of the Big Bend. She helped with a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club in July of 2015, and has met with several members of the club.

Competition

Schmid is an anchor on the field as a holding midfielder for the Seminole soccer team. She has played in 63 games in her career with 56 starts. Coming into the 2015 season, she has scored five goals and nine assists, with four game-winning goals and two game-winning assists. She excelled in the postseason, with eight points on two goals and four assists over 15 career games of the NCAA tournament. She has led the Noles to the College Cup in all three seasons, a national title game appearance in 2013 and 2014 as well as the program’s first national title in 2014. She earned a spot on the All-ACC Third Team and the College Cup All-Tournament Team in 2014 as she finished with a career-high 10 points on the year, and also tallied three assists during the Seminoles’ postseason run.