Career Honors & Records:
- 2005 All-Big 12 Second Team
- 2005 Team MVP
- School Record 24-Game Hitting Streak
Summer 2005: Played in 14 games for the Edmonton Prospects of the Western Major Baseball League … Hit .333, scored 11 runs and tallied 17 RBI.
2005 (Junior): Named All-Big 12 Second Team … Compiled a school-record 24-game hitting streak … Led KU with a .366 batting average including .426 during Big 12 play … Led KU with a .585 slugging percentage … Played in 51 games starting 42 including 37 at first base … Tallied 12 multi-hit and eight multi-RBI games … During his record setting hitting streak, Schweitzer went 31-for-72 (.431) … Hit home runs to extend his record hitting streak to 21 (5/6, Texas), 22 (5/7, Texas) and 24 (5/11, at Missouri State) games, respectively … Was 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBI against Oklahoma State on May 20 … Had a two-run double in the top of the 12th to lead KU to an extra inning victory at Texas A&M (4/1).
2004 (Sophomore): Played in 53 games, starting 42 of the contests (32 at first base, seven as designated hitter and three at catcher) … Posted a .305 batting average with 50 hits in 164 at bats … Connected for five home runs and drove in 15 runs during the season … Collected 10 doubles during the season including a team-high six during Big 12 play.
Junior College: Played at Lethbridge Community College … Led the team with a .667 on-base percentage while hitting .387 … Helped his team to a 28-12 record … Led his team to the Canadian College championship.
High School: Hit .441 as a senior, including 32 RBI in 32 games, at Salisbury Composite HS in Sherwood Park, Alberta … Helped his team win the 2002 Western Canada junior championships and the Canadian World Series.
Personal: Born on Oct. 13, 1983, in Edmonton, Alberta … Parents are Bill and Laurie Schweitzer.