Three-time letter winner for the Blue Hens • vision and ability to feed and finish distinguishes her as a top attacker • two-time All-CAA Second Team honoree • member of Chi Alpha Sigma (National College Athlete Honor Society) • career leader for active players with 89 points, 50 goals and 39 assists • four career hat tricks • currently amidst a four-game point scoring streak.
All-CAA Preseason Honorable Mention.
Continued to bolster career numbers with a successful junior campaign as an All-CAA Second Team honoree • led Blue Hens with 29 goals • added 16 assists for a career-high 45 points • tied for eighth in the CAA with 0.94 assists per game, eighth overall with 2.65 points per and ninth with 1.71 goals per • appeared in all 17 games while starting eight for UD • tied a Delaware Stadium record with a career-best six goals in 14-7 win over Villanova (March 9) • tied for 13th in Delaware Stadium history with four goals in 17-7 win against George Washington (Feb. 16) • also tied for second in Delaware Stadium record books with four assists in 12-8 victory over CAA-rival James Madison (April 22) • picked up first career draw control versus the Colonials • tallied at least one point in all but three games • posted multiple points in 12 of 17 contests • named the CAA Player of the Week on April 25 after piling up 10 points on seven assists and three goals in wins over the Dukes and William & Mary (April 24) • also tabbed the National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week for April 18 • member of Chi Alpha Sigma (National College Athlete Honor Society) • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • named to the tryout list for the 2017 U.S. Women’s Lacrosse National Team.
Posted a breakout season as a sophomore • All-CAA Second Team selection • started 11 of 18 games played • tied for second for the Hens with 43 points • dished out a career-high and team-best 22 assists • ranked fifth in the CAA and 53rd in the NCAA with 1.22 assists per game • added 21 goals, a mark good for fifth on the team • tallied first career goals with two in 17-5 upset over No. 16 Georgetown in the season lid lifter (Feb. 14) • recorded at least four points in three of the first four games of the year • collected career-high six points on four assists and two goals in 22-2 rout of Lafayette (Feb. 17) • registered a career-best four goals, including the game-winner, in 24-6 victory against La Salle (Feb. 25) • also logged five points on four assists and a goal in 15-4 win versus George Washington (March 21) • four assists against the Colonials ties for first in Delaware Stadium single-game history • picked up two groundballs against Rutgers (Feb. 28) • ended season with a seven-game point scoring streak.
Appeared in two games during her rookie campaign • recorded first career assist in team’s 17-3 victory over Virginia Tech (March 12) • played first collegiate game against La Salle (March 5).
Graduated in 2013 from Mt. Hebron High School • helped lead the Vikings to three County, Region and District Championships as a starter for the varsity lacrosse squad • team advanced to the state semifinals her junior season • named an All-County Second Team selection • led the county in assists as a senior • also played basketball and soccer • member of the National Honors Society and Gold Honor Roll • GPA was in the top five percent of her class.
Jamie Lynn Schwartz • born August 21, 1995 in Baltimore, Md. • daughter of Marty and Lynn Schwartz • has one older brother, Greg • favorite sports team is the Baltimore Ravens • enjoys playing with her molecular model kit, singing, watching movies, eating and taking naps • majoring in chemical engineering with the goals of working with cosmetic chemistry.
Goals: 6 vs. Villanova, 3/9/16
Assists: 4 – 3x, last vs. James Madison, 4/22/16
Points: 6 – 2x, last vs. Villanova, 3/9/16
Shots: 7 vs. Villanova, 3/9/16
SOG: 7 vs. Villanova, 3/9/16
FPG: 2 vs. George Washington, 2/16/16
FGS: 2 – 3x, last vs. No. 11 Princeton, 4/3/16
Ground Balls: 3 vs. William & Mary, 4/24/16
Draw Controls: 1 vs. George Washington, 2/16/16
Caused Turnovers: 1 – 7x, last vs. William & Mary, 4/24/16