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Carrie Schnarre
  Carrie Schnarre

Hometown:
Lake St. Louis, Mo.

High School:
St. Joseph's Academy

Position:
Graduate Assistant Coach

Birthdate:
11/30/1983

Experience:
2nd year

Alma Mater:
Tulsa, 2006


Beginning her second season as a graduate assistant coach for the women's soccer program is former TU standout Carrie Schnarre.

Schnarre assists with the instruction of field players, is the staff liaison for academics and serves as community service coordinator for women's soccer.

Schnarre, 23, was a four-year letterwinner and starter from 2002-05. She started 74 of 78 career games and amassed 19 goals and 11 assists for 49 points. Schnarre was also an all-Western Athletic Conference first team selection in 2004. In 2005, she scored the fastest goal in school history when she tallied a goal 0:23 into the first half against Texas Tech.

Off the field, Schnarre was a four-time selection to the Dean's List, was a two-year member of the all-WAC Academic team and 2005 Conference USA All-Academic Honoree.

A native of Lake St. Louis, Mo., she received her bachelor's degree in accounting from TU in May 2006 and is currently working toward her master's degree.