2013: Appeared in 19 games, starting in 15 ... recorded three points on one goal and one assist ... registered 1343 minutes on the field ... scored first career goal in 2-1 loss vs. Northwestern in the Big Ten tournament (Nov. 13) ... made first career start in 2-0 loss vs. Gonzaga (Sept. 22) ... notched assist on game-winning goal vs. IPFW (Sept. 20).
2012: Played in five games ... logged first career minutes against Green Bay (Oct. 17).
2011: Did not play
High School: Played for coach Dean Jones at LaFollette High School in Madison ... named Wisconsin State Journal Player of the Year and second team All-State as a senior after leading LaFollette to its first-ever Big Eight Conference title and a 21-2-1 overall (9-0-0 Big Eight) record ... scored two goals and added six assists as a senior ... four-year All-Big Eight Conference and All-City honoree ... three-time LaFollette MVP ... three-time All-Area honoree ... led team to 19-6-1 record and third place Big Eight, scoring six goals and four assists as a junior ... team won regional championship as a sophomore ... played club soccer for the Madison 56ers for eight years and named co-captain ... team was Midwest Regional Premier League champions in 2010, State Cup champions in 2008 and State Cup runners-up in 2009, 2007 and 2006 ... also played for Mequon United Super Y league team in 2006 and 2007 ... team qualified for Super Y Nationals both years and was Super Y Midwest Regional League champions in 2007 ... selected for Super Y national camp in 2006 and 2007
Personal: Parents are Brian and Debra Schneider ... has two brothers, Kurt and Brett ... "Lancer Pride" honoree, LaFollette's program honoring students with a combination of good grades, good attendance and good behavior ... has volunteered with youth group at St. Bernard's Parish ... member of the LaFollette Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) ... annual runner in the LaFollette Frozen 5 to raise money for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society ... Little League baseball umpire
"I've been watching the Badgers my whole life and it's great to finally be a part of it. The Big 10 is a great conference with great competition. UW is Wisconsin's finest academic and athletic school. The soccer program is heading in the right direction and has a bright future."
Trask on Schneider:
"Carl has all the tools to become another of the local Madison guys to realize a great career here at UW. Lee Ferderer and the 56ers staff have done an outstanding job preparing him for collegiate soccer and to have the top player from the area join us is exciting. Carl had a tremendous week of camp this past summer and my assistant who coached him and the rest of the staff feel that his future is bright with the program."