** 2012 All-Mid-American Conference First Team **
** 2012 Ball State Bill Reynolds Special Teams Award **
** One of 20 Semifinalists for the 2012 Lou Groza Award **
Career: 41 career field goals, which is fifth on Ball State's all-time chart . . . made a career long 52-yard field goal in the first quarter vs. Eastern Michigan in 2012 . . . scored a career high 15 points at Eastern Michigan in 2011 (four field goals, three extra points) . . . made 93 extra points, which ties for fouth on Ball State's career chart.
2012 (Sr.): Kicked a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give Ball State a 41-39 victory at Indiana -- the second game-winning kick of his career in the final minute of play . . . 24 field goals made ranks second on Ball State's single-season chart . . . made 55 consecutive extra points in a stretch that ended at Kent State . . . the second longest streak in program history behind Ian McGarvey's 63 in a row during the 2007 and 2008 seasons . . . in the midst of a streak of 31 straight extra points made, which is the sixth longest streak in school history . . . connected on 3-of-4 field goals and 4-of-4 extra points in the season opener vs. Eastern Michigan . . . made two field goals and 3-of-3 extra points at Clemson . . . made three field goals vs. Northern Illinois -- 20, 27 and 43 yards . . . 2-of-2 on field goals of 50 yards or more this season . . . second in the nation in field goals made with 25 . . . ranks second in the country in field goals made per game with a 1.92 average . . . 15th in the nation in scoring with 9.62 points per contest.
2011 (Jr.): Kicked a season long 44-yard field goal with nine seconds remaining at EMU to lift Ball State to a 33-31 victory . . . it marked the first game winning kick in the final minute of a game in his career . . . connected on four field goals and three extra points at EMU for a career high 15 points . . . managed 12 points vs. Army . . . made 13-of-14 field goals from 39 yards or less . . . kicked a then career long 38-yard field goal with 9:25 left in the third quarter of Ball State's sesaon opening 27-20 win over Indiana . . . the 38-yard kick tied the game at 17-17 . . . connected on a 22-yard field goal with 2:16 left in the Indiana game to give the Cardinals a 27-17 lead and secure the victory . . . ranked sixth in the MAC for kick scoring, and 10th in the MAC for scoring in games.
2010 (So.): Handled kickoffs in six games to earn second letter . . . kicked for a career best 384 yards on six kicks in the season opener vs. Southeast Missouri.
2009 (Fr.): Appeared in three games to earn first letter . . . made collegiate debut vs. Bowling Green . . . connected on his lone field goal attempt from 28 yards plus made 2-of-2 point after attempts vs. BG . . . also played at Eastern Michigan.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters in football for Coach Tom Stacy . . . helped team to a 6-4 record as a senior and a 30-17 mark in career . . . team captain as a senior . . . Division I All-Ohio, All-Northeast Inland District and all-county as a junior and senior . . . Evening Independent All-Star as a sophomore, junior and senior, and the only sophomore to make the team in 2005 . . . all-district second team and honorable mention all-county as a sophomore . . . set school records for career field goals (30), career extra points (178) and career points scored (261) . . . set school’s single-season record for PAT’s (61 in 2005) . . . set Washington single-game records for PAT’s (10), punts (7), punt yards (287) and career marks for games played (47) and games scored in (45) . . . connected on seven field goals as a senior with a long of 47 yards . . . made 38 extra points as a senior . . . averaged 38.5 yards per punt and placed seven punts inside the 20-yard line as a senior . . . kicked a 47-yard game-winning field goal against Canton McKinley as a junior . . . three-time champion of Canton Repository Pro Football Hall of Fame East/West All-Star Game Kicking Contest . . . won "Best Kicker Award" at the University of Cincinnati Kicking Camp in 2007 . . . high school teammate of fellow signee Steve Yoder.
PERSONAL: Son of Mike and Linda Schott . . . born Nov. 9, 1989, in Massillon, Ohio . . . one brother . . . full name is Steven Michael Schott.
Points scored: 15, at Eastern Michigan, 11/5/11
Kick PATs: 6, ARMY, 9/24/11
Points by kicking: 15, at Eastern Michigan, 11/5/11
Field goals made: 4, at Eastern Michigan, 11/5/11
Field goal attempts: 5, Northern Illinois, 10/6/12
Longest field goal: 52, Eastern Michigan, 8/30/12
Tackles: 1, at Western Michigan, 10/29/11 (0-1); at USF, 9/10/11 (1-0); at USF, Sep 10, 2011 (1-0)