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Jac Schwarz
Jac Schwarz

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Muskogee, Ok

High School:
Muskogee

Height:
5-3

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
10/31/1983

Experience:
3L

2005
Received a medical redshirt after suffering a leg injury prior to the regular season.

2004
Played in all 21 games during the season ... Assisted on three goals. .. Assisted on Christie Cigno's game-winning goal at LSU ... The win gave Auburn its fourth SEC Western Division title ... Totaled 10 shots in those games.

2003
Scored the game-winning goal against Oklahoma State in NCAA Tournament ... Assisted on Chrissy Culver's goal against Georgia in SEC Tournament ... Assisted on Jada Stewart's goal against LSU ... Tallied Auburn's first goal in win over Vanderbilt ... Scored Auburn's game-winning goal against Samford in 1-0 win ... Assisted on Sarah Steinmann's goal against UNLV ... Scored team's second goal in a 2-0 win over SEMO ... Assisted on goals in 2-0 wins over Dartmouth and Rice.

2002
Scored Auburn's game-winning third goal against LSU in 3-2 win ... Assisted on Sarah Steinmann's goal against New Mexico in 2-0 win ... Tallied two goals against Middle Tennessee and added an assist against South Alabama in the same weekend ... Scored her first career goal against UAB in a 3-0 win.

High School
Graduated from Muskogee High School in 2002 ... Played for coach Curt Denton in high school ... Played for coach Keith Eddy on the Tulsa Soccer Club ... State Champions seven years ... Twice runner-up in regionals ... Ranked third in the nation ... Former high school teammate Kim Pangburn plays soccer for Oral Roberts University.

Personal
Born Jaqueline Kelli Schwarz on October 31, 1983 ... Daughter of George and Pam Schwarz ... Has one brother, Tyler (19) ... Majoring in fashion merchandising ... Cousin played baseball at Oklahoma State ... Top Tiger ... Best advice ever given was "An athlete is a normal person with the gift of undying passion to be the best and achieve greatness" and "With confidence, you have won even before you have started."