2014 (Jr.): Schwettman set the WKU single-season scoring record as a junior, tallying 118 points on 16-of-21 field goals and a school-record 70 PATs. Schwettman was second among C-USA kickers in scoring and No. 19 nationally with his 118 points. Schwettman tallied 17 points at Middle Tennessee, the most by a WKU kicker in the FBS era. His 16 field goals were third-most among league kickers in 2014 while his 76.2 percentage was fifth-best. He enters 2015 13 PATs away from tying Jeff Poisel (1996-99) for the career mark and 24 points away from tying Chris James' career scoring record of 298. Schwettman also had nine kickoffs for 431 yards (47.9 yard average) on the year. 2013 (So.): Schwettman was the Tops' primary kicker and was 13-for-16 (81.2-percent) including a perfect 5-5 inside of 30-yards. Schwettman connected on eight consecutive FG attempts, the third-longest streak in school history, before missing a 36-yarder against Navy. He was second on the team in scoring with 84 points and was 45-of-47 in extra point attempts. 2012 (Fr.): Schwettman connected on 10-of-13 field goal attempts and 42-of-43 extra points in 12 games played. He was a perfect 8-of-8 field goals inside of 30 yards and finished second on the team in points scored (72). He knocked in his first career-field goal in a one-point win over Kentucky on Sept. 15, connecting from 23 yards out. He recorded his first multi-field goal game of his career in a conference-opening road win at Arkansas State on Sept. 29, hitting 22 and 26-yarders. HS/Misc: Schwettman was a four-year starter at Calloway County High School. He scored 182 career points, connecting on 12-of-20 career field goals and 144-of-153 PATs. Schwettman was perfect during his senior season, converting 39-of-39 PATs and all six of his field-goal attempts, including three over 40 yards. He earned All-State honors from both the Courier-Journal and the Associated Press while earning All-Conference honors twice.