Staying poised: Schuler said she is an emotional player and sometimes gets frustrated on the court. "Teams always find some girl to get in my face and I just have to keep my cool," she said. "I have a bit of a temper."
Staying in: She has never been thrown out of a game, which is good for her health. "My coach and my dad would both kill me," she said with a laugh.
Pressure: Being the top player for the Raiders sometimes wears on her. "There's a lot of pressure to always be the leading scorer," she said. "It's a little tiring sometimes."
Three best players she's faced: Ursuline sophomore Courtney Davidson, Lowellville freshman Tami Nero and McDonald junior Sara Toth.