2013: Schwartzman became the first goalie to win 14 games, leading an Outlaws team to become the first MLL club to finish a season undefeated... Earned his first career Goalie of the Year Award after establishing a new league record with a 9.67 goals-against average... Named to his sixth All-Star team and second All-MLL team... Led the league in GAA (9.67), save percentage (.597), two-point goals allowed (3) and wins (14)... Set Outlaws single-season records in wins, save percentage, two-point goals allowed and goals-against average... Earned three MLL Defenseman of the Week awards, which marked the most individual weekly honors by any player in the league in 2013... Named the league’s Defenseman of the Week after stopping 17-of-27 (.630 pct.) shots at Bos. (5/11)... Earned his second Defenseman of the Week honor after he saved 27-of-37 (.730) shots on goal to match the second-most saves in a single game in team history vs. Cha. (6/29)... Won the Defenseman of the Week Award after saving 16-of-27 (.593 pct.) shots in Denver’s regular-season finale at Ham. (8/10).
2012: Played in 14 games for the Denver Outlaws totaling 810:42 minutes…Won 11 games, the most in the MLL…Second leading goalie in the MLL with 11.03 GAA, 175 saves, and save percentage of .540…Ranks in the top 5 in the MLL for saves, save percentage, and minutes played…Picked up 45 groundballs.
2011: Appeared in 12 games with the Outlaws, logging 662:21 in net...Saved 142 shots with 109 goals allowed to make for a .566 save percentage...Played in one playoff game clocking at 60:00, had a .5 save percentage for 11 saves and 11 goals allowed...Played in MLL All-Star Game representing victorious Team Warrior with three saves logging 30:00.
2010: Played 11 games for the Outlaws, logging 600:17 in net...Saved 140 shots with 124 goals allowed (.530)...Finished with an 8-3 record and a 12.39 goals-against average...Made seven saves and allowed 16 goals in one playoff game (.304).
2009: Appeared in 12 games for Denver with 675:28 in goal and played in his second MLL All Star Game...Led the league in goals-against average (11.28) and wins (9)...Saved 154 shots and allowed 127 goals, marking a career best save percentage (.548) and goals-against average (11.28)...Played two postseason games (118:30), saving 32 shots and allowing 20 goals (.615)...Earned defensive player of the week three times and Bud Light MVP twice...Named Warrior Goalie of the Year...Allowed just 10.13 goals per game in the playoffs.
2008: Played 12 games for the Outlaws, spending 703:42 in net and earning his first MLL All Star selection...Went 8-4 on the year with a .551 save percentage (193 saves, 157 goals)...Ranked second in the league in goals-against average (13.39) and fourth in save percentage...Appeared in two playoff games (112:00), registering a 1-1 record...Saved 38 shots and allowed 26 goals (.519)…Gave up an average of 13.93 goals per game during the playoffs.
2007: Participated in five games (133:21) in his rookie season with Denver...Saved 32 shots and allowed 28 goals (.533)...Posted a 2-1 record and surrendered 12.6 goals per game...Saved 16 shots and allowed nine goals (.640) in his debut vs. Chicago (6/30)...Earned game MVP and Cascade MLL Rookie of the Week honors following his first pro game...Played 0:58 in one postseason contest and made one save...Selected with the 39th overall pick in the 2007 MLL Collegiate Draft by Denver.
Schwartzman earned honorable mention preseason All-American honors for the second consecutive year as a senior at Johns Hopkins University...Started all 14 games as a junior, posting a .563 save percentage and allowing just 8.15 goals per game...Ranked 19th in the country in goals against average and 21st in save percentage on his way to earning honorable mention STX/USILA All-American honors for the second straight season...Received honorable mention STX/USILA All-American honors and was named the Most Outstanding Player in the NCAA Tournament as a sophomore...Started all 16 games, allowing 6.68 goals per game, which led the nation and set a school record...Ranked third nationally in save percentage (.626)...Played eight games (2 starts) as a freshman...Surrendered 5.41 goals per game with a save percentage of .614...Made his postseason debut opening Johns Hopkins' first-round NCAA Tournament game after a pre-game injury to the starter and allowed just three goals in a 15-3 victory, tying a school postseason record.
Schwartzman was a two-time All-American at Pikesville High School in Baltimore, where he also garnered All-Metro and All-City honors...Played soccer and basketball in high school in addition to lacrosse...Helped his team to a state championship title as a sophomore...The son of Robert and Debbie Schwartzman, Jesse S. Schwartzman was born on Nov. 14, 1985 in Owings Mills, MD.