2013 Ohio Machine Season:
Schroder played the entire 60 minutes and had 12 saves of the 25 shots on goal, as well as tallying one groundball against the Denver Outlaws (5/4) in the season home opener. SChroder played the entire 60 minutes and had seveb saves of the 21 shots on goal, as well as tallying three groundballs against the New Yrok Lizards (5/18). Schroder played for 3:13 against the Hamilton Nationals (5/23).
2013 MLL Stats:
2012 Ohio Machine Season:
Stefan Schroder played in nine games for the Ohio Machine and made his first MLL start against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (5/5). In his first MLL start, Schroder had nine saves. In his third start of the seaso, against the Rochester Rattlers (5/19), Schroder set a new career high in saves with 17 and was named MLL Defensive Player of the Week for the first time in his career. Schroder followed up his career day with 15 saves against the Long Island Lizards (6/1) and in his second start at home (6/16), Schroder made nine saves in 60 minutes of action. Schroder's next start came against the Outlaws (7/4) where he had 10 saves in 60 minutes of action. In the team's second game against the Hamilton Nationals (7/14), Schroder allowed only 14 goals and had 11 saves, including five in the second quarter. Schroder had another strong outing against the Rattlers (7/28) when he snagged 10 saves and allowed 12 goals. In the team's last game of the year against the Boston Cannons (8/11), Schroder started and had 13 saves, giving him four straight games with 10 or more saves.
Played in one game for Rochester, logging 31:20 minutes and four saves on six shots on goal against Hamilton (6/25).
Played at the Ohio State University from 2007-2008 and Onondaga Community College from 2005-2006. Scored a goal his senior year against Cornell that made ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 plays of the day and was the CNN "Play of the Day." Named the team’s co-defensive MVP, as well as garnering Second Team All-GWLL honors as a junior. Helped OCC to the 2006 National Championship. Named First Team All-MSAC and First Team All-American as a sophomore. Named Second Team All-MSAC and Second Team All-American as a freshman.
Born in Kirkville, N.Y., to Bill and Patti Murray. Has an older brother, Erik. Received All-American honors in while at East Syracuse-Minoa High School. Was part of the U.S. Lacrosse National High School Senior Showcase and garnered MVP honors.