2008-09 Season: Schwab closed his collegiate career by posting an individual scoring average of 74.13 strokes per round, the ninth lowest single-season average on record at MU, while his career scoring average of 75.51 ranked 10th all-time in program history. Schwab posted a season low round of 67 in the first round of the FAU Spring Break Championship. He followed up that event with his most consistent performance of the season at the Palisades Collegiate Classic where he shot one-under-par 215 (70-72-73) and tied for 16th place. In his final event, Schwab helped MU to a runner-up finish at the BIG EAST Championship at Lake Jovita Country Club. Marquette's third-round score (273) at the BIG EAST Championship was the second lowest round recorded in the history of the program. Schwab was also part of a Golden Eagles squad that boasted a team scoring average of 290.03, an all-time low for the program.
In April, Schwab helped Marquette win its first BIG EAST Championship in any team sport and the golf program's first conference championship. Schwab was four-under par through seven holes on the final round providing MU with a sizeable cushion and 15-stroke lead over defending champion Louisville, who the Golden Eagles eventually defeated by two strokes.
Head coach Tim Grogan called Schwab's impressive third-round start as one of the key's to MU's championship run. Schwab finished the final round at plus-one 73.
Schwab's career scoring average of 76.04 ranks ninth all-time at MU. He has played in all but two tournaments (Pinehurst Intercollegiate and Carter Plantation Intercollegiate) this season and carries a 76.04 scoring average. He has carded par or better three times in 2007-08 and a total of seven times in his career.
During the summer, Schwab won the WSGA Match Play Championship, held June 10-12 in Green Lake, Wis.
2006-07 Season: Playing in every tournament in his first full season at Marquette, Schwab posted a 75.97 scoring average. He made his Marquette debut in the Rich Harvest Farms Intercollegiate. After carding a 212 with a final-round 68 at The McLaughlin, he carded a season best 210 at the Xavier Intercollegiate. In that event, he opened and closed the tournament with 68s to finish 12th. He closed the season with a 220 at the BIG EAST Tournament.
2006 (Fall) Season: Schwab did not play in his one semester at Marquette as a freshman.
Prior to Marquette -- Schwab played one semester at Edgewood College in Madison, Wis., where he led the team to a Lake Michigan Conference title, winning medalist honors. At Wanaukee High School, he was a member of the 2005 Badger North Conference Championship Team. He placed second at the WIAA state meet in 2005 and also won the WSGA State Junior Championship that season. He won seven letters in high school, winning four in golf and three in ice hockey.
Personal -- Schwab was born March 14, 1987, in Madison, Wis. to Howard and Linda Schwab. He has three older siblings, Tina, Angie and Rick. He is a communications major.