2013 MLL Season:
Schmidt tallied one assist in the season home opener against the Denver Outlaws (5/4) followed by tallying two groundballs against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (5/11). Schmidt tallied four groundballs against the New York Lizards (5/18), seven groundballs against the Hamilton Nationals (5/23) and three groundballs against the Rochester Rattlers (6/2). Schmidt tallied four groundballs against the Charlotte Hounds (6/8) and one groundball against the Denver Outlaws (6/22). Schmidt played in the ninth game of the season against the Boston Cannons (6/29) followed by tallying two groundballs against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (6/7). Schmidt tallied one groundball against the Hamilton Nationals (7/20) and one groundball against the Charlotte Hounds (7/27). Schmidt tallied five groundballs against the Boston Cannons (8/3). Schmidt tallied three groundballs against the New York Lizards (8/10).
2013 MLL Stats:
2012 MLL Season:
Max Schmidt played in 12 games during the 2012 season and made his MLL debut in the inaugural game against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (5/5). Against the Long Island Lizards (6/16), Schmidt scooped up a career high four groundballs followed by an additional two groundballs against the Charlotte Hounds (6/23) to give him 10 on the season. Two weeks later against the Denver Outlaws (7/4), Schmidt tallied his second assist of the season. In the team's game at Hamilton (7/13), Schmidt registered a new career high in groundballs with five. Schmidt continued to add to his groundball total when he picked up four against the Rattlers (7/28). Schmidt scored the first two-point goal of his career when he scored one at the end of regulation against the Boston Cannons (8/4).
Max Schmidt, a Columbus native, played his first MLL season in 2012 with the Machine. He ended the season with one goal and two assists, as well as collected 33 groundballs. Prior to the MLL, Schmidt played all four seasons from 2008 to 2011 for University of Maryland. Schmidt was named 2011 USILA Honorable Mention All-American, 2011 Preseason Honorable Mention All-American, 2010 Preseason Third Team All-American, 2010 Preseason All-ACC, 2009 All-ACC and 2009 Preseason Honorable Mention All-American. While attending Maryland, Schmidt played for the U.S. U-19 team at the 2008 IFL World Championships where he won a gold medal. Schmidt attended Upper Arlington High School playing all four seasons where he helped the team to four-straight state titles and two Midwest Championships. Schmidt was drafted by the Chesapeake Bayhawks in 2011 during the MLL Collegiate Draft but did not see playing time.