|Sports Played or Coached:||Baseball, 1978-79|
Mike Schoeller played two seasons of baseball for the Moccasins from 1978-79 for FSC Hall of Fame coach Joe Arnold. Earning All-American honors in each of his two seasons with the Mocs, including being named a first team honoree as a senior in 1979. He led the 1978 Moccasins to an NCAA Division II National Championship. At the 1978 NCAA Championship Tournament, Schoeller hit .571 with nine RBIs for the Mocs. In 1978, he recorded a .445 batting average, which is third-best in school history. He is one of just three Mocs to ever hit .400 in back-to-back seasons as he finished his FSC career with a school record .426 average and is one of just four Mocs to ever hit over .400 for their careers. In addition, his .662 career slugging percentage is third-best in the program's history. He was named the Mocs Team MVP in 1979 after finishing the year with a .433 average, 72 hits, 58 runs scored, seven triples and 116 total bases to lead FSC to a 40-12 record and national runner-up finish. In 2000, he was named to the Division II Baseball Championship All-Time Team and was inducted into the FSC Baseball Hall of Fame in 1984 and the St. Petersburg Catholic High School Hall of Fame in 2012. Following his graduation from FSC, Schoeller was a ninth-round selection of the Detroit Tigers in the 1979 MLB Draft and played four seasons of professional baseball with both the Tigers and Baltimore Orioles organizations.