2007: Schwartz played mostly in the fifth and sixth positions...She had key victories over Kentucky, Ohio State and Yale during the spring...Due to a broken foot in late March, she missed the C-USA tournament but is looking to bounce back strong...She is currently in the records book under six categories with one career season remaining...Schwartz ranks 13th in career singles victories, 18th in career singles winning percentage, 12th career doubles victories, 17th career doubles winning percentage, 15th career overall victories, and 20th combined winning percentage.
2006: Jeanne Schwartz is the current letterwinner leader for the Herd as she has competed in three seasons with Marshall... Her .600 winning percentage in doubles ranks 14th all-time in Marshall history... During the 2006 fall season Schwartz and doubles partner Jessica Keener held the Herd's second best record with an 18-6 season...
Fall 2005: Went 6-4 in singles during the fall with wins over Virginia Tech, Penn, Princeton, Louisville and Denver. Schwartz went 6-4 in doubles during the fall with wins over the likes of Syracuse and St. John's
2004-05: Schwartz was a solid player for the Herd all throughout her freshman campaign as she held down the No. 5 singles position and played No. 2 doubles with All-American Ashley Kroh. Schwartz was 17-10 overall in singles in the spring of 2005 and posted wins over opponents from Washington State, Virginia Tech, Cincinnati, and Middle Tennessee. Won 10-straight MAC singles matches on the Herd's run to the MAC Tournament title. In the fall, she posted wins over players from Florida State, Purdue, Louisville and Princeton.
Prior to Marshall: Schwartz comes to Marshall after an impressive high school career in Florida...she was a district singles and doubles winner and an individual state doubles winner in her junior year at Wellington H.S...Schwartz was also a district winner in her freshman and sophomore seasons and a Florida singles state champion in her freshman season...She was a Newschannel 12 Player of the Week and team MVP for three years at Wellington....academically Schwartz is a standout in the classroom as well...she was a Principal's Award winner in her sophomore year and a member of the National Honor Society...
Personal: She is the daughter of Sandra and Matthew Schwartz...her major is Advertising.