2014 JUNIOR SEASON: Made seven starts, all at second or short appeared in a total of 23 games and hit reached base in nine straight contests got on base at a .359 clip batted .182 in 11 Big Ten at-bats had a pinch hit sac-fly in a win over Louisiana Tech (3/2) reached base three times and scored a run at Saint Mary's College (3/19) had a pinch hit single against Michigan (4/5) went 1-4 in a start at Iowa (4/20) had an RBI and run scored in a home game against Augsburg (5/6) walked twice in three plate appearances at Indiana (5/16) entered as a pinch runner in both of the Gopher's Big Ten Tournament games (5/21-22) Academic All-Big Ten.
2013 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Academic All-Big Ten Team played in a total of 11 games and made three starts at shortstop came in as a defensive sub six times set a career high in games (11), at-bats (9), and starts (3) had at-bats against UCLA (2/16) and Western Michigan (2/23) picked up his first career hit in a 6-1 win over Nebraska-Omaha (3/12) started at shortstop against South Dakota St. (3/27) pinch ran against Michigan (3/29) and came around to score matched his career high in at-bats in two starts during a double header against Michigan (3/30).
2012 FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in four games with one start had three at bats sat out the end of the season due to an illness made his first collegiate at bat against West Virginia (3/3) came in defensively during the Kansas game (3/1) and the Cal Poly game (3/17) made his first start against North Dakota State (3/21) had a sacrifice fly in the NDSU game and two putouts.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Marina High School in 2011 played for coaches Bob Marshall and Paul Renfrow named second-team all-league his senior season held a batting average of .387 his senior year 2011 Lions Tournament champion and 2010 Darryl Kyle tournament champion lettered in baseball his junior and senior seasons held a grade point average of 4.43 and a four-year scholar athlete.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in finance born December 4, 1992 son of Philip Schaaf and Theressa Schaaf has three siblings, A.J., Amy and Will lists hitting his first and only home run his senior year in high school as his most memorable sports thrill.