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Cory Schneider
Hometown:
Marblehead, MA

High School:
Phillips Andover

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200

Position:
Goaltender

Birthdate:
03/18/1986

Previous Team:
Phillips Andover

06/28/2013

Assistant Hockey Coach Jim Logue Announces Retirement

Former Eagle goalie coached at Boston College for 20 years (1993-2013)

CORY FRANKLIN SCHNEIDER; born March 18, 1986 ... catches left ... holds the Boston College record for career shutouts (15) and single-season shutouts (eight, 2005-06) ... also holds the school single-season record for saves (1,111, 2006-07) ... was a member of the U.S. National Team that finished fifth at the 2007 IIHF World Championships in Moscow, Russia ... has traveled with the U.S. National Junior Team for the 2005 and 2006 IIHF World Junior Championships; posted a 2-3-1 record, a 2.67 goals against average and a .912 save percentage in the 2006 tournament in Vancouver, B.C. ... spent his freshman year at Marblehead High School, before moving to Phillips Andover Academy for his final three years ... earned the 2003-04 John Carlton Memorial Trophy, given annually by the Boston Bruins to the outstanding student-athlete in Eastern Massachusetts high school hockey ... named the 2004 Dave Peterson Goalie of the Year by USA Hockey after guiding Team USA to two medals - one gold and one silver - in international competition ... has twice participated in the U.S. National Junior Team Evaluation Camp; traveled to Grand Forks, N.D. in August of 2004 and to Lake Placid, N.Y. in August of 2005.

AS A JUNIOR (2006-07): Played in and started all 42 games ... shared the Norman F. Dailey Memorial Award (with Brian Boyle) as the team MVP ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at the NCAA Tournament's Northeast Regional in Manchester, N.H.; made 24 saves in a 4-1 win over St. Lawrence (3/24) and 37 saves in a 4-0 win over Miami (Ohio) University (3/25) ... gained All-Tournament honors at the Hockey East Tournament, allowing just six goals in four games ... was honored as the league's Defensive Player of the Month for April ... concluded the season with a 29-12-1 record; registered a 2.15 goals against average and a .925 save percentage ... had a 18-8-1 record, a 2.33 goals against average and a .919 save percentage in Hockey East play ... recorded six shutouts ... registered a school-record 1,111 saves, surpassing the BC single-season record set the year before ... stopped 30 or more saves in each of 12 games ... made a career-high 45 saves in a 2-1 victory at Providence (2/9) ... registered a 1.52 goals against average and a .952 save percentage in eight postseason games; did not allow more two goals in seven-of-eight postseason games ... totaled a 13-game winning streak from Feb. 15 to April 5 ... stopped 36 shots in a 5-2 win over New Hampshire to capture the Hockey East Tournament title ... registered two assists ... tallied an assist on Nathan Gerbe's 3-on-5 shorthanded goal in a 3-0 win at Wisconsin (10/27) ... also assisted on Joe Rooney's game-winning, empty-net score against North Dakota (4/5) in the national semifinal in St. Louis, Mo.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Played in and started 39 games, including 26 Hockey East contests; missed four games while playing with Team USA in the 2006 World Junior Championship ... earned AHCA All-America first-team honors ... captured Hockey East's Goaltending Award for the lowest goals against average in league play (1.96); also captured Hockey East All-Conference second-team accolades ... shared the Norman F. Dailey Memorial Award (with Chris Collins) as the team MVP ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at the NCAA Tournament's Northeast Regional in Worcester, Mass.; made 33 saves in a 5-0 win over Miami (Ohio) University (3/24) and 28 saves in a 5-0 win over Boston University (3/25), becoming the first goalie to post consecutive shutouts in NCAA regional play ... gained All-Tournament recognition at the Hockey East Tournament, allowing just seven goals in four games ... captured the Eberly Trophy as the Beanpot's most effective goaltender (highest save percentage; .924) ... was honored as the league's Goaltender of the Month for March ... finished the season with a 24-13-2 record; recorded a 2.11 goals against average and a .929 save percentage (ranking third in the nation) ... had a 16-8-2 record, a 1.96 goals against average and a .932 save percentage in conference play ... registered eight shutouts, a BC single-season record ... posted 242:19 consecutive shutout minutes; did not allow a goal in more than 11 periods, before surrendering a goal at 4:30 of the second period against Boston University (1/27) ... recorded 1,088 saves, also a BC single-season record ... made 30 or more saves in each of 14 games, including five games in post-season competition ... twice registered a career-high 43 saves - in a 4-1 win at Providence (1/7) and a 3-3 home tie against New Hampshire (3/2) ... had a 1.67 goals against average and a .948 save percentage in eight postseason games; did not allow more than two goals in seven-of-eight postseason games ... stopped 37 shots in a 2-1 loss to Wisconsin in the national championship game ... had an eight-game winning streak from Dec. 9 to Jan. 21 ... registered one assist - on Chris Collins' power-play goal in the second period against North Dakota (4/6) in the national semifinal round.

AS A FRESHMAN (2004-05): Played in and started 18 games; missed four games while playing with Team USA in the 2005 World Junior Championship ... started five of the team's six postseason games ... was unavailable for five games in February after suffering a knee injury against Harvard on Feb. 14 ... earned Hockey East All-Rookie Team honors ... earned the program's Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award ... was selected to the All-Tournament Team at the 2005 Hockey East Tournament ... finished the season with a 13-1-4 record; recorded a 1.90 goals against average (ranking sixth in the nation) and a .916 save percentage ... had a 6-0-4 record, a 1.83 goals against average and a .924 save percentage in league play; his 1.83 goals against average ranked second among league leaders (behind teammate Matti Kaltiainen) ... registered one shutout - made 11 saves in a 1-0 win at Yale (1/11)... made 20 or more saves in eight games, including a season-high 39 saves against Maine in the Hockey East Tournament's semifinal round (3/18) ... earned Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 19 after making 23 saves in a 3-2 win at UMass-Lowell in his collegiate debut ... gained Hockey East Rookie of the Week accolades on March 21 after stopping 65 of 67 shots in victories over Maine (39 saves in 89:09) and New Hampshire (26 saves) in the Hockey East Tournament's semifinal and championships games in the FleetCenter ... made 28 saves in a 2-2 tie at Providence (11/19) ... stopped 29 shots in a 4-1 win at Northeastern (11/27) ... made 28 saves in a 1-1 home tie with Providence (12/4) and 28 saves in a 2-1 overtime win against Northeastern (12/10).

BEFORE BC: Was a two-time All-New England selection at Phillips Andover Academy ... posted a 17-5-2 record and a 1.42 goals against average in 2003-04; had a .960 save percentage, while recording four shutouts ... registered a 1.80 goals against average and a .950 save percentage as a junior ... served as team captain in 2003-04 ... played for head coach Dean Boylan ... led the 2003 U.S. Under-18 Select Team to its first-ever championship at the Under-18 Junior World Cup (in Slovakia); made 32 saves in the team's 3-2, title-game victory over Russia ... recorded a 5-1-0 record for the U.S. National Under-18 Team at the (April 2004) IIHF Under-18 World Championship in Minsk, Belarus; had a 1.71 goals against average and a .929 save percentage in the tournament ... also played two years of varsity baseball at Phillips Andover.

SCHNEIDER'S CAREER STATISTICS

Year CL W-L-T GP/Min. SO GA/Avg. Saves/Pct. 2004-05 Fr. 13-1-4 18/1102:23 1 35/1.90 382/.916 2005-06 So. 24-13-2 39/2361:57 8 83/2.11 1088/.929 2006-07 Jr. 29-12-1 42/2516:23 6 90/2.15 1111/.925 CAREER 66-26-7 99/5980:04 15 208/2.09 2581/.925

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