Schroeder was hired in July 2017 to be the Knights head coach. Previously, she was the head girl's lacrosse coach at Sparrows Point High School (2015-17) and Patapsco High School (2009-2015).
A CCBC women's lacrosse alumni, Schroeder was a student-athlete at CCBC Catonsville in 2005 and 2006. In 2005, Schroeder and the Cardinals won the NJCAA National Championship and were national runners-up the following season. As a sophomore captain, Schroeder earned All NJCAA Region XX and All Maryland JUCO Conference Player of the Year honors, and was selected to the NJCAA All-American First Team and NJCAA Lacrosse Championship All Tournament Team.
After CCBC, Schroeder attended and played at Lindenwood University, an NCAA Division II college in St. Charles, Missouri. A captain with the Lions, she was a two-time Women's Division Intercollegiate Associates (now Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Association) Academic All-American, two-time WDIA All-American, WDIA All Tournament team, two-time All Central Plains Women's Lacrosse League First Team and twice name CPWLL Offensive Player of the Year. Schroeder still ranks No. 6 all-time with the Lions in points (166) and No. 5 in goals scored (137). She earned her Bachelors of Science (Psychology) from Lindenwood in 2008.
Schroeder began working for Patapsco in 2009 as a paraeducator, and would later coach girl's soccer and lacrosse. In May 2016, she completed her Masters of Education in School Counseling (Loyola University Maryland) and is now a school counselor at Sparrows Point.
She currently resides in Baltimore, Md.