Junior Chris House will represent the Naval Academy at one of the NCAA Regional sites May 16-18.
Fall 2006 - Spring 2007 -- Turned in a 76.5 stroke average, the lowest of his collegiate career and the third-lowest on the team in `06-07 ... recorded one top-10 finish and four top-20 marks ... finished the fall campaign with a 76.1 stroke average and finished in the top 20 in three of the five tournaments in which he competed ... opened the season with a 19th-place finish at the Navy Fall Invitational with a 4-over par 146 ... turned in an 8-over par 150 at the Rehoboth Beach Invitational to tie for 15th ... posted a 4-over par 220 to finish sixth at the Service Academy Classic, his best finish in three trips ... led Navy to a 6-5 victory over Army in the annual Star Match ... teamed up with Jeremy Garner to defeat David Padgalskas and Matt Hanlon, 2&1, in doubles action ... saw action in three spring tournaments, including the opener, the Cat Classic, in which he tied for 15th with a 9-over par 153 ... shot an 8-over par 79 in the first round of the Navy Spring Invitational that was cut short due to snow ... tied for 50th at the Princeton Invitational after posting a 13-over par 155.
Fall 2005 - Spring 2006 -- Played in 10 tournaments over the course of the two seasons and finished with a 77.4 stroke average ... opened the year with a 14th-place showing to lead the Midshipmen at the Navy Fall Invitational with a 6-over par 148 ... as the top Navy place winner, he just missed the top 10 at the Big 5 Classic where he produced a 7-over par 149 to tie for 12th ... tied for 15th at the Service Academy Classic with a 15-over par 231 ... won his first-collegiate individual title when he produced a 3-under par 139 to win the Navy Spring Invitational ... his 5-under par 66 marked the second-lowest score by a Midshipman since 1990 ... he followed up with a 24th-place finish at the Patriot League Championship where he turned in a 24-over par 237 in three rounds of action.
Fall 2004 - Spring 2005 -- Completed the fall with a 77.71 stroke average covering seven rounds of play in three tournaments ... finished 46th in his first-collegiate competition ... turned in an 11-over par 153 at the Navy Fall Invitational ... owned his best finish at the Service Academy Classic where he placed 17th with an 18-over par 234 ... closed out the season with a 17-over par 157 at the Bucknell Invitational where he tied for 23rd ... the only freshman to letter ... played in five of the seven tournaments in the spring ... tied for 21st at the Patriot League Championship where he turned in a 17-over par 227 ... had a strong performance at the William & Mary Invitational where he tied for 10th with a 7-over par 151 ... played 54th at the Naples Intercollegiate Invitational with a 23-over par 239 ... capped off the spring with a 69th-place finish at the Rutherford Intercollegiate in which he posted a 17-over par 233 ... owned the team's fourth-best stroke average on the year with a 77.70 over 20 rounds.
More on Schoen -- A 2004 graduate of St. John's Jesuit in Toledo, Ohio ... a four-year letterwinner in golf, who also played shortstop for his high school baseball team ... a two-time first-team all-district golfer who was named first-team all-city three times ... claimed the individual district title his senior campaign ... was the Toledo District Match Play Champion his junior year ... led his golf team to the city championship three-straight seasons, including his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society ... served as junior class president and was the student council president his senior year ... father, Bill, played baseball at Notre Dame from 1968-71 ... brother, Nate, played football at John Carroll University from 1992-96 ... an History major ... son of Bill and Carol Schoen ... born Nov. 14, 1985, in Toledo, Ohio.