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Everest Schmidt

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Orleans, Calif.

High School:
Hoopa Valley

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 270

Position:
Forward

Major:
Economics & Business

Everest Schmidt

General: Three-year starter who is one of the Leopards' most improved players in 2007-08...strong player who is most comfortable with his back to the basket...brother, Tim Young, was a standout at Stanford.

2007-08: Grabbed five rebounds at Stony Brook (11/12)...scored a career-high 14 points against UMBC (11/20) on 6-of-7 shooting...with 10 points vs. Penn (11/28) was one of six Leopards in double digits and grabbed a team-high seven boards...matched career-high scoring effort at Rutgers (12/5) with 14 points, going 7-for-11 from the field...grabbed a team-high five rebounds at Columbia (12/8)...had three steals at Towson (12/19)...handed off a career-high three assists at Mount St. Mary's (12/21)...had fourth double-figure game at Mississippi State (1/5), scoring 10 points...scored nine points at Princeton (1/9)...went 5-for-7 from the line against Army (1/30), finishing with nine points...grabbed a team-high five rebounds and had a career-high six steals at Holy Cross (2/9)...just shy of double-double with 12 points and a season-high nine rebounds against Colgate (2/13)...scored nine points and pulled down four boards vs. Lehigh (2/23)...pulled down a season-high nine rebounds vs. Army (2/27)...finished with two points, two assists and five boards at American (3/1).

2006-07: Started in 26 games and played in all 30...averaged 4.8 ppg and 2.3 rpg...finished the season with 17 blocks and 17 steals...scored in double figures three times...handed off two assists at Holy Cross (2/28)...scored nine points on 3-for-6 shooting against Lehigh (2/18)... swatted away a career-high three shots vs. Navy (2/10)...scored 11 points in win over Army (1/24)...swiped two steals for the fourth time this season against Bucknell (1/17)...tallied a season-high 12 points at Colgate (1/10)...scored 10 points against Holy Cross (1/6)...pulled down a season-high seven rebounds at San Diego State (12/30)...notched eight points on two field goals and 4-for-6 shooting from the charity stripe at Temple (12/28)...was 4-for-6 from the field for eight points against Princeton...snatched seven boards at Wagner (11/10).

2005-06: Played in 27 games, spending 25 of those in the starting lineup - the most of any Lafayette player...led the team in rebounding with 4.1 rpg...managed two double-doubles while scoring in double figures six times...played basketball in Holland, Belgium and Germany with teammate Ted Detmer in the summer prior to his sophomore year...led the team in rebounding six times...inserted into the starting line-up three games into the 2005-06 campaign and never left...chipped in 11 points vs. Army (2/22), dropping nine on the Cadets in the opening 10 minutes of action...went 3-for-4 from the field for eight points at Lehigh (2/19)...finished with nine points and four boards at Navy (2/11)...scored six of his dozen points in the opening 2:04 of the second half at Colgate (2/8), rejuvenating a Lafayette offense and pushing the team to a 63-55 win...came away with seven boards in a win over Colgate (1/11) at home...managed his second career double-double with 10 points and 10 boards vs. Dickinson (12/20)...managed 10 points and eight rebounds against Marist (12/3)...came away with seven points and six boards against St. Peter's (12/1)... establishing his first career double-double (12 pts, 10 reb) in his first collegiate start vs. Alvernia (11/22)...chipped in with 10 points at Notre Dame (11/20).

2004-05: Grabbed three rebounds on three separate occasions and has scored in seven games...averaged about one point and one rebound per game...saw 11 minutes of action at Holy Cross (2/11).

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