2012 (Redshirt Sophomore) Played in 26 matches, starting three, and appeared in 68 sets ... Averaged 1.66 kills per set ... Totaled 113 kills, 24 digs and 17 blocks ... Reached 10-kill plateau five times, including a career-best 14 against Santa Clara (Sept. 14) ... Finished with 10 kills against Arizona (Nov. 9) ... Posted 10 kills in 20 attempts and two blocks in a three-set win over UIC (Sept. 8) ... Finished with 13 kills in five sets against Kansas State (Aug. 25) ... Totaled 10 kills with two blocks against UC Irvine (Aug. 25).
2011 (Redshirt Freshman) Laura Schaudt appeared in all four matches opening weekend, tallying four kills against South Dakota (Aug. 27) with one dig ... Made her Pac-12 debut at Colorado (Sept. 24), hitting a perfect 2-for-2 with a block ... Appeared in three sets against No. 4 California (Oct. 9), killing a best six balls.
2010 (Freshman) Redshirted her true freshman season.
Philomath High School Lettered two years in volleyball at middle blocker under coaches Kurt Hausheer and Whitney Stear ... As a senior, named to All-Valco League Second Team ... As a junior, named to first team and team captain ... Also lettered three years in basketball at post for coach Amy Leonard ... Three-time All-Valco League selection, earning first team honors as a senior after back-to-back second team selections ... Lettered four years in track and field in high jump and long jump under coach Joe Fulton ... Four-time first team All-League honoree, earning second-team All-State honors as a junior ... As a senior, named first team All-State taking the state title in the triple jump and finishing runner up in the high jump ... Also competed one season in cross country as a freshman.
Personal Daughter of Ken and Carol Schaudt ... Has one older brother, Brian ... Brian competes in track and field at Oregon ... Mother, Carol, was an All-American basketball player at Oregon State, competing in the 1984 Olympics and father, Ken, also attended Oregon State ... National Honor Society ... Honor Roll ... Chose Oregon State "because it is a very well respected program and the coaches work hard to help the players improve."