The fleet-footed outfielder has been a fixture in the Panthers for three seasons. Schultz hit a robust .319 and led the club in doubles (13) during his sophomore season. Last summer, he played for the North Adams Steeple Cats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. Schultz led the team in batting average (.329), runs batted in (30) and stolen bases (19) and earned a spot on the Western Divions All-Star Team. The psychology major spent significant time in left field and has been a catalyst at the top of the Panthers batting order for the last two springs. As of May 23, Schultz has a .406 average with four home runs and 48 knocked in.