South Huntington, N.Y.
Has started 61 games in her three seasons at the Heights.
Played 23 of 24 games, starting all games in which she played...Posted a 15-6-1 record in 1999 and 36-18-6 in her career...Finished the season, ranked 30th nationally with a 0.89 goals against average...led BC to the no. 30 ranking in team GAA (0.97) and 18th ranking in shutouts per game (12)...Topped the BIG EAST with a 0.65 GAA in conference action, while finishing second in all games...Named to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team and College Buzz all-Northeast Region Second Team...The three-time conference goalkeeper of the week, rang up a total of 416 scoreless minutes from Oct. 19 (UNH) to Nov. 2 (Villanova in the BIG EAST quarterfinals), a span of six games...Schaeffer earned a 1-0 shutout of Harvard in the NCAA Tournament's second round vs. Harvard, one of her 11.5 shutouts in the season.
Started all 21 games...Finished with a 12-6-3 overall record Made 106 saves and had a 1.01 goals against average...Recorded nine shutouts, including seven in BIG EAST contests...Finished with a 0.58 goals against average in 11 BIG EAST matches...Posted four consecutive shutouts from Sept. 26 to Oct. 4 and tallied 681 consecutive shutout minutes...Earned three consecutive BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honors (Sept. 14-Oct. 4)...Recorded seven saves in a 2-1 win against Seton Hall in the BIG EAST Tournament's quarterfinal round on Nov. 3...Made a season-high 12 saves in a 3-1 loss to Notre Dame on Oct. 9.
Started all 17 games...Posted a record of 9-6-2...Made 103 saves and had a 0.72 goals against average allowing only 13 goals all season...Earned seven shutouts...Only Notre Dame scored more than one goal...Named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week on November 6...Earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors... Also named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team...Named the team's Co-MVP...Recorded 18 saves for the Eagles in the 1-1 game against Harvard...Posted her first career shutout when the Eagles defeated Central Connecticut, 3-0, on September 3...Had two shutouts in one week against Boston University (1-0) and Pittsburgh (2-0).
A three-year letterwinner at Walt Whitman High School...Served as the team captain in 1996...A member of the 1995 and 1996 Girls Varsity Suffolk County Class A Finalists...Voted Best Defensive Player of the County Finals as a junior...Led the county with 10 shutouts in 1995...As a junior, she was named to the All-County team, New York Sportswriters First Team and All-State team...Named to the NSCAA and Umbro All-East Team...All-League Player in 1994...Also participated on the HBC Nasty Girls Soccer Club team in 1995 and 1996...Awarded Co-MVP honors as the HBC Nasty Girls won the Junior Orange Bowl in Miami in 1996...Participated in the Eastern New York Olympic Development Program in 1996.
Born on August 24, 1979 ... Enrolled as a psychology major in the College of Arts and Sciences ... Courtney is the second of William and Linda Schaeffer's four children.
Schaeffer's Career Statistics
Year GP-S MIN SAVES GA SO GAA
1997 17-17 1615 103 13 7 0.72
1998 21-21 1963 106 22 9 1.01
1999 23-23 2030 106 20 11.5 0.89
Totals 61-61 5608 315 55 27.5 0.89