Coach Coveleskie: "Katie Schulz returned to true form this spring. We had an injured Katie throughout the year last year, and you don't really recognize the impact of her injury until you see her fully healthy and realize what a tremendous player she is."
As a junior (2007): Second-team All-SEC ... Played in 18 games with 15 starts ... Scored one goal on the year against Ole Miss (Oct. 25) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
As a sophomore (2006): First Team All-SEC and National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Central Region ... Started in all 20 games played ... Scored one goal ... Defensive oriented midfielder who contributed to nine shutouts.
As a freshman (2003): Played all 23 games ... Had one goal and three assists ... SEC All-Tournament Team ... Soccer Buzz Central Region Freshman Team ... SEC All Freshman Team ... Attended U-20 national camp in preparation for World Cup 2006.
High School/Club: Two-time Parade Magazine All-American ... Four-year starter and MVP at McIntosh High School ... Named NSCAA-Adidas Scholar All-American ... First Team All-Region in 2004 ... Trained with U-19 World Cup Team ... member of Region III team 2001-2005 ... Won the Como Cup championship in Italy with Region III team ... Member of U-19 US national pool.
Worth Noting: Katlin Joy Shulz ... Born Nov. 10, 1986 ... Nickname is Katie ... Has two sisters: Stephanie and Alicia... Graduated top 6 percent of her class with 3.94 GPA ... Human and organizational development major.