AS A SENIOR: Served as an alternate captain ... played in a career-high 41 games, totaling seven goals and nine assists for 16 points ... his 16 points tied a career-high mark ... had a game-winning goal and blocked nine shots ... totaled 38 penalty minutes ... finished the season with a +4 plus/minus rating ... tied a career-high with two goals in Notre Dame's 7-5 win at UMass (Dec. 5) ... had a strong run in the Hockey East playoffs, netting three goals and adding five assists for eight points in six games ... his eight points ranked second in the team in playoff scoring ... posted a career-high three assists in Notre Dame's 7-0, first round game three win over UMass ... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team for the second consecutive season ... earned Third Team Capital One Academic All-America® honors (Div. I Men's At-Large) as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America ... became the sixth Fighting Irish hockey player (first since 2009) to garner Academic All-America recognition ... also earned the team's Rockne Student-Athlete award ... one of five student-athletes who received Notre Dame's 2015 Byron V. Kanaley Award ... named the recipient of the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Rockne Student-Athlete Award for the third time in his career, becoming the fourth three-time winner in program history.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in 39 of team's 40 games in 2013-14 ... scored eight goals with eight assists for 16 points, all career highs ... recorded one short-handed goal and two game winners ... had six penalties for 12 minutes ... was +7 on the season ... recorded four multi-point games and two games with two goals ... named to the Capital One Academic All-District V At-Large first team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) ... selected to the Hockey East all-academic team ... winner of Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Rockne Scholar-Athlete Award as the hockey player with the top grade-point average on the team (second time) ... first goal of the season was the game winner in 3-2 win at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 25) ... recorded first two-goal game of career in 4--0 win over Merrimack (Nov. 15) ... had a two-point night (1g, 1a) in 4-2 win over Lake Superior State (Jan. 18) ... scored first short-handed goal of career and added an assist in 3-0 win over Northeastern (Jan. 25) ... notched the game winner in Notre Dame's 2-0 win over Boston University in first round of Hockey East playoffs (Mar. 8) ... turned in career-best three-point game (2g, 1a) in 7-2 win over Boston College (March 14) in game one of best-of-three quarterfinal series ... in six postseason games, collected three goals with two assists for five points.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 35 of the team's 41 games on the season ... scored five goals and added four assists for nine points ... picked up 10 penalties for 20 minutes on the year ... was +2 on the season ... one of 11 CCHA players (one from each team) to be named to the CCHA Scholar-Athlete team ... winner of Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Scholar-Athlete Award ... got the season off to a fast start with a goal and an assist versus Nebraska Omaha (Oct. 13) in the championship game of the Ice Breaker Tournament ... second goal of the season came in a 5-2 Irish win at Northern Michigan (Oct. 26) ... continued his strong play in the early part of the season, as he assisted on the lone Irish goal in the 3-1 loss at No. 1 Boston College (Nov. 9) ... scored his third of the year in the 3-1 win at Michigan (Nov. 15) ... notched just one assist over the next 16 games before getting back in the scoring column with his fourth goal of the season in the 6-4 win over Michigan (Feb. 9) ... assisted on Jeff Costello's game-winning goal in the 2-1 win over Miami at Soldier Field (Feb. 17) ... helped the Irish to a 3-1 win over Ohio State in the CCHA semifinals as he scored his fifth of the season, the game-tying goal against the Buckeyes (March 23) at Joe Louis Arena ... played in all five postseason games and had one goal for one point.
AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in 23 of Notre Dame's 40 games ... scored two goals with four assists for six points ... whistled for three penalties, resulting in six penalty minutes ... was +3 on the season ... picked up first collegiate point with an assist in 3-1 win at Bowling Green (Oct. 28) ... followed that with a second assist the following night in a 3-2 Irish victory ... recorded first multiple-point game of career as he helped set up a pair of goals in 5-2 Notre Dame win versus Boston University (Dec. 31) ... scored first collegiate goal at 9:54 of the third period in the 2-0 shutout of Michigan State (Feb. 24) ... had Notre Dame's only goal in the 3-1 loss to Michigan in game two of the second-round CCHA playoff series ... saw action in four postseason games, scoring one goal for one point.
IN THE USHL: Joined the Irish after spending one season (2010-11) with the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League (USHL) ... came to the United States to play for the Indiana Ice in the USHL ... scored 30 goals and added 24 assists for 54 points in 55 games ... added a goal and an assist in five postseason games ... finished third on the team in goals and fifth in points ... chipped in five power-play goals and five game winners ... selected to play in the 2011 USHL all-star game ... first Indiana Ice player to play at Notre Dame.
WITH AUSTRIA: Competed for Austria in the 2009 Under-18 World Championships, scoring four goals in five games ... played for Austria in 2010 IIHF World Junior Championships, netting one assist in six games ... played in the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championships for Austria, scoring a goal with three assists for four points in five games.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Gynasium Dr. Karla Polesneho in Znojmo, Czech Republic in May 2009 ... played junior hockey in the Czech Republic for HC Ceske Budejovice and HC Znojemsti Orli in the Czech Under-20 league during 2008-09, scoring 19 goals and seven assists for 26 points in 42 games between the two teams ... played for Orli Znojmo in the Czech Under-20 league in 2009-10 where he had 17 goals and 13 assists for 30 points in 29 games ... full name is Peter Schneider ... son of Peter and Martina Schneider ... has two sisters, Anna and Lisa, and two brothers, Philipp and Moritz ... born in Klosterneuburg, Austria ... the first Austrian-born player and fourth European-born player to play at Notre Dame, joining Calle Ridderwall `11 (Sweden) and Robin Bergman (Sweden) and teammate Thomas DiPauli (Italy) ... has a double major in economics and finance and a minor in actuary in the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame ... signed national letter of intent in the early-signing period (November 2010) along with Eric Johnson, Robbie Russo and Andy Ryan.