fifth all-time at Princeton in points with 200 (106G, 94A) ... is sixth all-time at Princeton with 94 career assists ... is seventh all-time at Princeton in goals scored ... is the only player in program history in the top 10 in goals and assists ... is the only player in program history with three seasons of at least 20 goals and at least 20 assists ... is one of five players in Ivy history - and only midfielder - with at least 100 goals and 90 assists ... (Rob Pannell and Mike French of Cornell; Darren Lowe and Tom Gagnon of Brown) ... holds Princeton records for goals, assists and points in a career by a midfielder... has at least three points in 46 career games
2014 - leads team in goals and points and is second in assists ... had four goals against Lehigh, including the game-winner in overtime ... had a goal and three assists at Yale... had three goals and two assists against Villanova... had four goals and an assist against Penn ... had three goals against Johns Hopkins ... had three goals and two assists in win over Hofstra to earn Ivy League Player of the Week honors ... had a goal and four assists against Manhattan ... one of 20 candidates for the Senior Class Award...
2013 - Tewaaraton Trophy finalist ... winner of MacLaughlin Award as the top midfielder in Division I ... first-team USILA All-America ... unanimous first-team All-Ivy League ... led team in points for the third straight year ... led team in assists for third straight year ... had 28 goals and 32 assists ... had at least three points in every game and in 16 straight dating to last year ...had three goals and six assists in the Ivy tournament ... had two goals and three assists against Brown ... had a goal and three assists against Syracuse ... had three goals and an assist against Rutgers ... had three goals and two assists against Penn ... had a goal and three assists against Yale ... had two goals and two assists against Dartmouth ... had four goals and two assists against North Carolina, including goals that tied the score and put Princeton up 15-14 late in the fourth ... had three goals against Johns Hopkins ... had two goals and an assist against Hofstra and Cornell ... had a goal and two assists against Villanova ... had three assists against Harvard ... had a goal and three assists against Manhattan ...
2012 - first-team All-America ... led team in goals and assists for the second striaght year ... had 32 goals and 28 assists, leaving him two assists away from the second 30/30 season in school history (Dave Tickner 34G, 32A in 1976) ... 60 points were ninth-best single-season total in school history and the most since Ryan Boyle had 67 in 2004 ... unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection ... was one of 25 nominees for the Tewaaraton Trophy ...was the fourth player in school history with at least 30 goals and 25 assists in the same season and first since Jon Hess in 1996 ...had at least one point in every game and at least three in 13 of 16 games ... averaging 3.4 points per game for his career ... had two goals and two assists in NCAA loss to Virginia ... had a career-high five goals against Villanova ... had seven points against Hofstra (3G, 4A) ... Ivy League Player of the Week after win over Hofstra ... had three goals and an assist against Rutgers ... had three goals and two assists against Dartmouth ... had four goals and an assist against Manhattan ... had a goal and two assists against Hopkins ... had three assists against UNC and Cornell ...
2011 - Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... first-team All-Ivy League selection ... third-team All-America ... became first freshman to lead the team in goals and assists ... had a goal and three assists in win over Dartmouth ... had career-high six points in the win over Rutgers (three goals, three assists) ... had a goal and assist against Syracuse to earn Ivy Rookie of the Week for second time ... returned with a goal and assist against Yale after missing Penn game with rib injury ... earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors after his four-goal, five-point day against Johns Hopkins ... had two goals against Cornell ... had a goal and two assists against North Carolina ... had a goal and two assists, including on the game-winner in the fourth overtime, against Brown ... had two goals in the first five minutes against Hofstra, including first collegiate goal less than five seconds after he first touched the ball
At St. Anthony's
Lettered three times in lacrosse and three times in football ... lacrosse team won Long Island Catholic championship ... assisted on winning goal in overtime while also scoring four goals in the game to earn MVP honors ... All-America as a senior and juinor; became first junior in Catholic League history to be All-America ... all-league last three years ... scored more than 200 points in career ... first-team All-Long Island last two years by Newsday and first-team All-Tri-State area by MSG ... won Ultimate Athlete Male Athlete of the Year award as senior ... played in Under Armour All-America game ... team MVP senior year ... named school's most outstanding athlete ... two-time all-league quarterback in football ... co-captain of football team that won Catholic League championship senior year ... team MVP in football ... first-team All-Long Island, All-Tri-State and All-New York State in football
Born Feb. 24, 1992 ... son of Doug and Liz Schreiber ... Doug was the National Player of the Year at Maryland, was a two-time first-eam All-America, played for the Terps 1973 NCAA championship team and is a member of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame ... father owns a food service business; mother is a service representative ... has a younger sister Chrissy ... cousin Chris played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins and was a member of two NCAA championship teams ... uncle Ed is a longtime college lacrosse referee who has officiated several Division I championship games.