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ABOUT TOM SCHREIBER

Midfielder • 2018 MVP • Rookie of the Year

The 2014 MLL No. 1 overall draft pick, sports experts refer to Tom Schreiber as the best lacrosse player in the world. A top scoring midfielder, he began his lacrosse career like many kids do - throwing against a wall in the family basement. Almost 20 years later, he is an Ivy League graduate, a two time Major League Lacrosse MVP Award Winner and after a season of indoor league play was named 2018 National Lacrosse League Rookie of the Year. Known for his versatility and vision, Tom shares his leadership skills on and off the field. 

IN THE NEWS

Tom Schreiber Signs 2-Year Contract

Toronto Rock Lacrosse - Dec 2018

Premier Lacrosse League introduced: Players, media deal, funding all announced

SB Nation College Crosse - Oct 2018

For MLL Execs and Players, There's Still Value in the Home Team Model

US Lacrosse Magazine - Oct 2018

All Access with Tom Schreiber

US Lacrosse Magazine - Jun 2018

The Many Talents (and Surprising Modesty) of Tom Schreiber

US Lacrosse Magazine - Jan 2018

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Team USA

  • 2018 World Champion

  • 2018 World Games Most Outstanding Midfielder

  • 2018 All World Team

Major League Lacrosse (Ohio Machine)

  • 2017 League Champion

  • 1st Overall Draft Pick 2014 Major League Lacrosse Draft to the Ohio Machine

  • 2016 MLL MVP

  • 2017 MLL MVP

  • 2015, 2016, 2017 1st Team All-Pro

  • 2015, 2016 Major League Lacrosse Assist Leader (30)

  • Voted #1 Player by fans, MLL players 2017

  • 2017 Lacrosse Sports Network Player of the Year

  • 4-Time Major League Lacrosse All-Star

National Lacrosse League (Toronto Rock)

  • 2017 Rookie of the Year

  • 2017 All-Rookie Team

  • Single Season record holder for points as a rookie (Toronto Rock)

  • NLL record holder for assists in a season as a rookie

NCAA (Princeton University)

  • 2-Time finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy, Men’s Lacrosse Division 1 Player of the Year

  • 2-Time Winner of the Donald McLaughlin Award, given to Nation’s Top Midfielder

  • 2014 Senior Class Award Winner, The Nation’s Premier Award for Student-Athletes

  • Two-time team captain

  • First-team All-American, 2014, 2013 and 2012; Third-team All-American, 2011

  • Four-time first-team All-Ivy

  • 2011 Ivy League Rookie of the Year

  • All-Time Points Leader for Midfielders, Most Goals, Most Assists in Princeton History