Height: 5'7"
Year: Graduate
Hometown: Sinking Spring, Pa.
High School: Wilson West Lawn
Experience: 2 Years


Serving as team captain for second consecutive year.

2017-18: Selected the United States Basketball Writers Association's 2018 Pat Summitt Most Courageous Award recipient...Honored as the 2018 Philadelphia Sports Writers' Association's Most Courageous Athlete...Named the Chris DiJulia Inspirational Award winner...Garnered SJU Athletics Inspiration Award...Made collegiate debut at Niagara, finishing with three points and two rebounds...Posted a season-best eight points and added an assist and a rebound against Saint Peter's...Had eight points and a steal at Towson...Added three points, two rebounds and an assist versus Penn in first career start...Tallied two points and had a rebound and assist at Florida...Added two rebounds, an assist and a steal in a start against Drexel...Scored three points in win at Duquesne...Had two points and a rebound at Saint Louis...Grabbed two rebounds against Rhode Island and at VCU.

2014-17: Missed seasons following a stroke suffered in the Fall of 2014...Member of the SJU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

High School: Four-year letterwinner led Wilson West Lawn to four-straight District 3 AAAA and Berks County championships...Scored over 1,000 career points...Two-time All-Berks County First Team award winner...2013-14 Sporting News All-American Honorable Mention...As a senior, led her team to a #23 national ranking in Sporting News...Selected Berks County Player of the Year and MVP of the Philadelphia University Play-By-Play Classic..An All-District Tournament Team member, she was named Defensive Player of the Game at the Philadelphia Girls All-City Classic...Earned All-State recognition as a junior... Named MVP of the 2012-13 District 3 AAAA Championship and Philadelphia Girls All-City Classic Most Unselfish Player...Ranked 113th by Prospect Nation and 18th among guards by ESPN HoopGurlz... Earned All-Division honoree as a freshman and sophomore...Competed for the Philadelphia Belles AAU team, leading her squad to the Boo Williams championship in 2010 and 2011, and the Vegas Championship in 2013...Also lettered in field hockey, earning All-Division honors twice.

Personal: Daughter of Mary Beth and Christopher Schoelikopf...Working towards a master's degree in writing studies.

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Women's Basketball: SJU at VCU (1/5/19)