Women’s Soccer Player Schroeder Named Region 19 Player of the Year


West Windsor, N.J. -- MCCC women’s soccer player Lisa Schroeder (Leiferde, Germany/Sportsymnasium Neubrandenburg) was named the Region 19 Women’s Soccer Player of the Year. The sophomore back helped lead the Vikings to the first undefeated (14-0) regular season in MCCC women’s soccer history.

Schroeder helped anchor a Vikings defense that had 8 shutouts on the season. Schroeder started all sixteen games for the Vikings and had 1 goal and 4 assists, including 2 assists in the Vikings 7-0 Region Semifinal win over Lehigh Carbon.

The leadership and improved play of Schroeder was evident in the team’s dramatic turnaround from the 2021 season. Last fall, the Vikings were 6-7 and allowed 2.58 goals per game. This season the Vikings went 15-1 allowing an under 1 goal per game average at 0.94 goals per game.

Head Women’s Soccer Coach Elyse Diamond credits Schroeder’s work ethic and attitude as one reason for her success. “Lisa is a very coachable athlete who has the best attitude and works hard every time she takes the field”, said Diamond. “She is a very intelligent defender who sees the field well and is able to distribute the ball to her teammates for good touches and opportunities.”

The Vikings were one win away from a Region 19 Championship, falling to Sussex 1-4 in the title game. Schroeder plans on continuing playing soccer at a four year school.


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