#29 Nicole Schroeder

INF/OF | R-Sr | 5-10 | R/R | Yorba Linda, Calif. / Esperanza HS

2016 | RS Junior | Game-by-Game

Appeared in 53 games with 47 starts primarily at first base or in right field…second on the team with a career-best 28 RBI…third on the team with eight home runs…with grand slam against Ole Miss (April 24), became ninth player in program history with 20 career home runs; enters senior season tied for sixth (21)…eight multi-RBI performances including a pair of four-RBI games against Buffalo (March 4) and Ole Miss…also tied career high with three hits against Buffalo…reached base safely in 13-consecutive games, a stretch that included a nine-game hitting streak…hit a team-high eight doubles…tied for the team lead with 19 walks.

2015 | RS Sophomore

Appeared in 33 games including 28 starts … Made 19 starts at catcher and nine as the designated player … Finished with four home runs, second-most on the team … Career-high two home runs vs. Louisville (Feb. 14), only player on the team to hit two home runs in the same game this season … Hit a grand slam and accounted for a season-high four RBIs against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 6) … Recorded a double and three RBIs vs. Texas (March 16) … One multi-hit game … Four multi-RBI games, second-most on the team … 14 RBIs ranked fourth on the team

2014 | Sophomore

Redshirt season.

2013 | Freshman

Schroeder showed her power in her freshman season. She was second on the team with nine homeruns and 27 walks. Her 27 walks were good for eighth on the single-season list in UA history. She had a grand-slam at Savannah State on February 20 and finished the game with six RBI. She went 3-for-3 with an RBI at then No. 4 Texas A&M on March 16. Schroeder finished the season with eight multiple-hit games.

High School

Schroeder attended Esperanza High School in Anaheim, California. She was a four year letterman and starter under head coach Ed Tunstall. Her senior year she hit .425 with nine homeruns and was first team all-sunset league, all-county, all-CIF and all-state. She ended her high school softball career with a lifetime average of .397. She is the all-time leader in triples and grand slams for the Aztecs.


Born on Aug. 22, 1994. Her parents are Michael and Charlotte Schroeder. She is the youngest of four; Jennifer (25) and Katie (22), are softball players at UCLA, and Michelle (23) is a softball player at Stanford. Katie is a WCWS Champion and a US National Team member. Jennifer was a WCWS runner-up.Nicole Schroeder majors in business at the University of Arkansas and plans to have a successful career in the business world upon graduating college. Her favorite athlete is Dustin Pedroia.

Date | Opponent
Feb 11 vs UMass Lowell 3235002000000000001.000
Feb 11 @ North Texas412210100000000100.714
Feb 12 vs UMass Lowell111201020000000000.750
Feb 12 @ North Texas311010010000000000.636
Feb 17 vs Loyola Marymount333510210000000100.714
Feb 17 vs CSUN300000010000000200.588
Feb 19 vs San Diego321400100000000000.550
Feb 24 vs Florida A&M401100000000001000.500
Feb 24 at Florida Atlantic20000001000000000.462
Feb 25 vs Connecticut201000010010000000.464
Feb 25 vs Memphis402010000000001100.469
Feb 26 vs Florida A&M311300100000000100.457
Mar 01 @ Oklahoma State423600200000000000.487
Mar 03 Nebraska312210100000001000.500
Mar 03 Lamar322400110000000000.511
Mar 04 IUPUI302110010000000000.521
Mar 04 Lamar311210010000001000.510
Mar 05 IUPUI322100110000000000.519
Mar 07 UMKC221000020000000200.518
Mar 07 UMKC101210020000000100.526
Mar 10 @ Alabama000000020000000000.526
Mar 12 @ Alabama- 1301000020000001200.517
Mar 12 @ Alabama- 2200000000000001010.500
Mar 15 @ Tulsa200000000000001200.484
Mar 17 Tennessee010000030000000000.484
Mar 18 Tennessee300000000010001000.463
Mar 19 Tennessee201000000010000000.464
Mar 22 @ Saint Louis310000010000001000.444
Mar 24 @ Kentucky401000000000001000.434
Mar 25 @ Kentucky- 1300000010000000000.418
Mar 25 @ Kentucky- 2200000010000000000.407
Mar 31 Florida300000000000002000.393
Apr 01 Florida200000000000001000.384
Apr 02 Florida301010000000002000.382
Apr 05 @ Oklahoma300000010000003000.370
Apr 07 @ Mizzou200000000001001000.362
Apr 08 @ Mizzou301100010000000000.361
Apr 09 @ Mizzou300000000000001200.350
Apr 11 Tulsa301000000000002100.350
Apr 14 Texas A&M301000000000000000.349
Apr 15 Texas A&M300000000000001201.339
Apr 16 Texas A&M311100100000001300.339
Apr 19 ULM312010000000000100.348
Apr 22 @ Miss State100000020000000000.345
Apr 23 @ Miss State301000000000000100.345
Apr 24 @ Miss State200000020000000100.339
Apr 25 @ Jackson State311000000000000000.339
Apr 29 @ Notre Dame-1321300110000001200.339
Apr 29 @ Notre Dame-2201000010000000000.341
May 5 Georgia312210100000000000.348
May 6 Georgia300000000000001000.341
May 7 Georgia300000000000000000.333
May 10 vs Alabama311100100000001000.333
May 19 vs Tulsa311100100000001200.333
May 20 @ Oklahoma200000020000001100.329