2015 MLL SEASON:
Played in 14 games. 2015 MLL All-Star. Team Leader in points with 60. Scored one goal and had two assists at New York (4/12). Scored three goals against Denver (4/19). Recorded three goals, one assist, and one groundball at Chesapeake (5/3). Scored one goal, had one assist and picked up one groundball at Florida (5/9). Tallied one goal and three assists against Charlotte (5/16). Recorded two goals and two assists against Florida (5/24). Scored one goal and had a season high seven assists at Denver (5/29). Tallied one goal and three assists at Denver (6/5). Scored two goals, had one assist and one groundball against Chesapeake (6/20). Had three goals, one assist and one groundball at Rochester (6/28). Scored two goals including one two-point goal, three assists and one groundball against Rochester (7/4). Tallied two goals, four assists, and one groundball against New York (7/18). Scored four goals and picked up one groundball against Boston (7/25).2014 MLL SEASON:
Selected 1st Overall In 2014 Collegiate Draft. Named Cascade Rookie of the Week for Week 5. Had one goal, one assist and two groundballs in his MLL debut at Florida (5/10). Scored three goals and picked up one groundball against New York (5/17). Tallied one goal, one assist and two groundballs at Chesapeake (5/31). Scored two goals against Boston (6/6). Scored one goal and picked up one groundball against Rochester (6/14). Had one goal at Boston (6/21). Tallied one goal, two assists and two groundballs at New York (6/28). Scored two goals and picked up a groundball against Chesapeake (7/4). Scored the game-winning goal in overtime and tallied three assists against Charlotte (7/19). Broke his wrist in the first quarter against Denver (7/26). Missed the end of the season to injury.
Fifth all-time at Princeton in points with 200 (106G, 94A). Sixth all-time at Princeton with 94 career assists. Seventh all-time at Princeton in goals scored. He is the only player in program history in the top 10 in goals and assists and with three seasons of at least 20 goals and at least 20 assists. One of five players in Ivy history - and only midfielder - with at least 100 goals and 90 assists. Holds Princeton records for goals, assists and points in a career by a midfielder and has at least three points in 46 career games.
Son of Doug and Liz Schreiber. Doug was the National Player of the Year at Maryland, was a two-time first-team All-America, played for the Terps 1973 NCAA championship team and is a member of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Has a younger sister Chrissy, and his cousin Chris played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins where he was a member of two NCAA championship teams. Tom’s uncle Ed is a longtime college lacrosse referee who has officiated several Division I championship games.