Shannon Schueren is featured in the first installment of a year-long video series for Boise State Athletics
Youth and experience collide at the top of the Boise State attack
The team's goal is to raise $1,000 for the Relay for Life event, April 20
It takes a little extra to compete for Boise State. Shannon Schueren is driven to put in the work.
Junior (2013): Played in 21 of 23 matches...netted three goals and two game-winning goals against Arizona State and Wyoming...tallied an assist against Wyoming...finished the season with seven points...moved to fifth place for career game-winning goals with six...named to the Mountain West All-Academic Team.
Sophomore (2012): Named to All-Mountain West Second Team as well as Mountain West All-Academic Team...led the team in goals (6), assists (3), points (15), and shots on goal (15)...provided game-winning goals against Idaho State and at Air Force...tallied a career-high five points against Idaho State with two goals and one assist...distributed the game-winning assist against Nevada...recorded at least one point in four-straight matches...started 16 of the 18 matches in which she appeared.
Freshman (2011): Appeared in 18 games as a freshman...saw first minutes against Eastern Washington...earned the first of five starts against Gonzaga...second on the team in points (8), goals (3) and assists (2)...first goal came against Idaho State, followed by two game-winning goals against Portland State and South Dakota...provided a game-winning assist against Idaho State in addition to her goal...named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 19...part of the Governor's Cup All-Tournament Team and the Viking Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team...selected as one of the Mountain West's Top 20 Players to Watch by topdrawersoccer.com.
High School: A 2011 graduate of Bothell High School in Bothell, Wash. ... two-year starter at center midfield for the Cougars varsity team. Honors - Two-time honorable mention All-KingCo ... team captain and MVP as senior. Other Highlights - Senior year team went 9-4-2 overall and 7-2-1 in league to place third ... high school coach was Shaun Warner Club - Played U17 and U18 club ball for Crossfire Premier FC '92 Thomas in Redmond, Wash., and U15 and U16 for Northwest Nationals '92 Red ... started all four years between center midfield and defender ... club coaches were Jim Thomas with Crossfire Premier and Arby Busey with Northwest Nationals ... four year member of the Washington State Olympic Development Team...undecided on major.