#17 Scott Schumacher
Senior
Right Handed Pitcher - RHP
Height: 6-2
Weight: 200
Bats/Throws - R/R
Hometown: Thompson, N.D.
High School: Thompson H.S. ('05)
Major: Marketing/Finance

Batting Statistics
Year
GP
Avg
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
TB
SLG
BB
HBP
2009
32
.423
104
26
44
6
0
5
28
65
.625
10
2
2008
28
.402
82
14
33
6
0
0
22
39
.476
5
2
2007
4
.250
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
.250
0
0
2006
12
.269
26
4
7
0
1
0
8
9
.346
2
0
Total
76
.394
216
44
85
12
1
5
58
114
.528
17
4
Year
GP
SO
GDP
OB%
SF
SH
SB-ATT
PO
A
E
FLD%
2009
32
14
1
.475
2
0
0-0
184
23
6
.972
2008
28
14
0
.435
3
0
1-1
179
19
1
.995
2007
4
2
0
.250
0
0
0-0
4
8
1
.923
2006
12
5
0
.310
1
0
0-0
8
6
2
.875
Total
76
35
1
.436
6
0
1-1
375
56
10
.977
Pitching Statistics
Year
GP
ERA
W-L
App
GS
CG
Sho/Cbo
SV
IP
H
R
2009
6
5.94
4-2
6
6
3
0/0
0
36.1
42
31
2008
6
2.88
5-1
13
6
1
0/1
0
34.1
38
14
2007
9
5.31
2-2
9
8
0
0-1
0
42.1
49
30
2006
4
10.05
0-1
4
2
0
0/0
0
14.1
22
20
Total
25
5.37
11-6
25
22
4
0/2
0
127.1
151
95
Year
ER
BB
SO
2B
3B
HR
BF
Avg
WP
HBP
SFA
SHA
2009
24
15
16
10
1
2
166
.294
2
2
3
3
2008
11
11
20
9
2
0
155
.273
0
4
0
1
2007
25
22
22
9
3
0
164
.299
4
6
4
4
2006
16
10
5
3
1
2
59
.373
1
1
1
2
Total
76
58
63
31
7
4
594
.299
7
13
8
10
 

2009: Named to the ABCA All-Midwest Region Second Team...named to the MICA All-Conference Team...led the team in hitting with a .423 average (sixth highest average in school history since 1990)....finished the season by successfully hitting in 17 consecutive games - the third longest streak in school history...had career highs in home runs (5), RBI (28), slugging percentage (.625), total bases (65) and on-base percentage (.475)...hit his first collegiate home run on Apr. 15 against Hamline...led the team in wins in pitching (4) and innings pitched (36.1)...named the MIAC Pitcher of the Week on Mar. 23...thre a complete-game 1-hitter against SUNY-New Paltz on Mar. 19.

2008: Played in 28, 13 of those were pitching...third in batting average (.402), fouth in slugging average (.476), fouth in OBP (.435), and second in hits (22)... second in ERA (2.88), Opposing Batting avg (.273), lead team in wins (5), second in innings pitched(34.1), third in K's (20)...also lead team in put outs (179), and second in double plays (17)

2006: Played in 16 games for the Cobbers and started 7...had 3 pinch hit at bats...had 7 hits including 1 triple with a .269 batting average...collected 8 RBI's...had a fielding percentage of .926 and a slugging percentage of .346.

Personal: Letter winner in baseball, basketball, football...2-time team MVP, 3-time All-Region, and 2005 State Player Of The Year in baseball...All-Region and All-State in football…member of the 2005 Shrine Bowl…son of Tim and Nancy…hobbies include outdoors, ping-pong and darts.

Why did you choose to come to Concordia? "Great reputation in the classroom and on the playing field in football and baseball.”

What do you like best about Concordia?

"Family atmosphere and small class size."

The SCHUMACHER File:

Nickname: Schuey

Place I would most like to visit: New Zealand

One word that best describes me: Chill

Favorite Food: Sloppy Joes

Favorite Restaurant: Qdoba

Favorite TV show: Hogan's Heros, House, Sportscenter, The Office

Favorite movies: Bull Durham

Favorite musical groups: Sugarland, Zac Brown Band

Favorite holiday: Thanksgiving

One thing I can't live without: Blackberry

What is the best gift you ever received:

1st baseball glove

Best class ever taken at Concordia: Money and Banking

The three people I would most like to meet: Abe Lincoln, Tiger Woods, Babe Ruth

Nobody knows how much I like to: Beat Kyle in Darts

The biggest influence on my baseball career: Father

Greatest personal sports moment: Winning Baseball state championship

If I were to play another sport, it would be: hockey

Favorite pro sports team: Minnesota Twins

My dream job is: Crab Boat Captain

The most unusual thing the average person would not know about me is: My two front teeth are fake

What is your greatest fear: Skydiving and my parachute not opening

What was the first CD you ever owned: Jock Jams

One thing I absolutely have to do before I turn 40: watch a game at Fenway Park

If I could be on any TV reality show it would be: The Real World

The best thing about Fargo Moorhead is: the number of restaurants

This summer I: worked and golfed