Zack Schilawski
Zack  Schilawski


Cary, N.C.

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Height / Weight:
5-10 / 165



Deacs in the MLS - July 25

A look at how several former Demon Deacons are doing in the professional ranks


Deacs in the MLS - July 9

A look at how several former Demon Deacons are doing in the professional ranks


Three Former Deacs Lead RailHawks to Upset of Chivas USA

Austin da Luz, Akira Fitzgerald and Zack Schilawski are playing together for the Carolina RailHawks


Anthony Arena Signs with Houston Dynamo

Arena was drafted in the First Round of the 2013 MLS Supplemental Draft

Schilawski's Photo Gallery

2009 (Senior): Started all 24 games and led the team in goals (14), points (35) and game-winning goals (5) ... Led the ACC in goals and points ... Finished his career with a school-record 99 games played ... Also finished third in school history in goals (40) and points (100) ... Selected as a finalist for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award ... Named a second team All-American by College Soccer News and a third-team All-American by the NSCAA ... Selected to NSCAA/adidas Men's College Scholar All-American first team and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American first team ... Named first team All-ACC ... Scored the game-winning goal in season-opening victory against William & Mary (9.1) ... Recorded first assist of the season in 3-1 victory at Clemson (9.13) ... Netted first hat trick of collegiate career and also added an assist for career high seven points in victory at Virginia Tech (10.2) ... Continued his hot streak with three points against UNC Greensboro (10.6), scoring the game-winning goal and also adding an assist ... Had an assist on Andy Lubahn's game-tying goal late in regulation against North Carolina (10.9) ... Named to Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week (10.12) ... Staked Wake Forest to an early lead with a fifth minute goal in victory at NC State (10.17) ... Recorded second multi-goal game of the season at South Carolina (10.20), scoring two goals ... Scored the only goal of the match against No. 5 Maryland (10.24), tallying a penalty kick goal in the sixth minute ... Tallied 10th goal of the year against Davidson (10.27) ... Scored for the 11th time in 2009 against Duke (11.6) ... Had an assist in ACC Tournament win against Clemson (11.11) ... Named to ACC All-Tournament Team ... Assisted on Austin da Luz's goal in NCAA Tournament win against UNC-Wilmington (11.22) ... Scored the ninth and 10th NCAA Tournament goals of his career and also added an assist in win against Duke (11.29) ... Tallied his fifth game-winning goal of the season in Wake's 2-0 win against UCLA (12.5) in NCAA quarterfinals.

2008 (Junior): Played in all 24 games and was the third-leading goal scorer on the team with 11 goals ... Also added five assists to finish the season with 27 points, which ranked fourth on the team ... Named a first team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American ... Scored the game-winning goal in Wake's 4-2 victory at No. 2 Maryland (9/26) ... Notched fourth multi-goal game of his career against Elon (10/1) ... Assisted on two goals in victory over Boston College (10/25) ... Came off the bench to score two goals, including the game winner, against North Carolina (11/1) ... Named ACC Player of the Week and to College Soccer News National Team of the Week after performance against the Tar Heels ... Recorded a career-best five-point performance against Dartmouth (11/30) in NCAA Tournament third round ... Closed the season ranked in the top 10 in career goals scored at Wake Forest with 26, which puts him in eighth place all-time ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

2007 (Sophomore): ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District athlete ... NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team ... One of seven Demon Deacons to play in all 26 games during the 2007 season ...Was the team's third leading scorer ... His first goal of the season was the game-winner in WFU's 2-0 victory over conference foe Maryland on Sept. 29, helping the Deacs start a seven-game winnning streak ... Had back-to-back goals to open Wake's 4-0 victory over NC State on Oct. 13 ... Opened Wake's 5-1 win over Davidson on Nov. 6 with back-to-back goals ...Came off the bench to post the game winning goal in Wake's nationally televised victory over Virginia (Nov. 9) ... Scored the equalizing goal in Wake's 3-1 NCAA Tournament third round win over West Virginia (Dec. 2) ... Assisted in Marcus Tracy's second goal in the opening College Cup victory over Virginia Tech (Dec. 14) ... Had game-winning goal in the College Cup finals against Ohio State on Dec. 16.

2006 (Freshman): Listed in College Soccer News' 100 Freshmen to Watch List ... Named to ACC All-Freshmen team ... Soccer America Freshmen All-America Second Team honors ... Made an immediate impact, recording time in all 2006 matches ... Played in all 25 games with eight starts ... Tied Marcus Tracy with six goals and four assists (16 points), the most for any 2007 returning WFU player ... Scored first goal as a Deacon at WFU season opener vs. Central Florida (Aug. 25) ... Had career start vs. Clemson (Oct. 3) ... Registered one assist in WFU's first upset of 2006 vs. No. 4 Clemson (Oct. 3) ... Earned game-winning goal in NCAA Sweet 16 vs. Towson (Nov. 19).

Prior to Wake Forest: Four-year letterwinner at Cary HS for head coach Mike Dunphy ... Earned NSCAA All-American status in 2005 ... Also awarded NSCAA High School Scholar All-America Team ... Twice participated in the adidas/ESP Program and earned All-Star status in 2005 ... Led the team in scoring in each of the four years and served as captain the past three seasons ... Named All-North Carolina, All-Region and All-South each of the last three years ... Earned all-conference honors four times ... Awarded region and conference Player of the Year in 2005 ... Served as president of the National Honor Society and earned honor roll every quarter of scholastic career ... Ranked second in high school class of 504 ... Member of student council and student ambassadors.

Personal: Born in Raleigh, N.C., on April 15, 1987 ... Son of Mike & Julie Schilawski ... Major is biology.

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