Lacrosse notches the first win in program history Saturday afternoon.
The Bulldog women's lacrosse winter clinic is designed to help sharpen skill in preparation for lacrosse season.
New head coach Jessica Pausewang added Stanford grad, Lauren Schmidt, to the Fresno State lacrosse staff.
Lauren Schmidt has been added to the Fresno State lacrosse program as an assistant coach focusing her efforts on attack and midfield play. The team is prepared for a turnaround season with the combination of Pausewang, Buck, and Schmidt.
The Stanford alumni and Long Island native, Schmidt has years of playing experience under her belt. Schmidt has accumulated numerous awards and academic achievements starting with being named a two time National High School Academic All-American. Throughout college Schmidt has also accumulated numerous awards and academic achievements.
In college, Schmidt was a National All-American in 2011 and received All-American honorable mention in 2010. She was a member of the United States National Women's Lacrosse team two years in a row. Schmidt was the two time consecutive MPSF Conference Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 as well as four-time First Team All-Conference selection. While Schmidt was a member of the Stanford lacrosse program, they went to the NCAA Regionals in 2010 and 2011 and also held a top 10 ranking both years, a program high.
Schmidt received her undergraduate degree in Human Biology from Stanford in the spring of 2011. She has been volunteering as an assistant coach for the Stanford lacrosse team since her graduation.
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