Schuler joined the men's hockey staff in the summer of 2015. He came to Middlebury following coaching stints at the club and juniors levels.
Schuler graduated in 2014 from Skidmore College with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and exercise sciences and psychology. While at Skidmore, Schuler appeared in 105 career games as a defenseman, recording 64 career points on 20 goals and 44 assists. Schuler served as a captain of the team during his junior and senior years, while being named the team’s Most Valuable Player and an ECAC East All-Conference Honorable Mention selection following his final season.
Outside of the rink at Skidmore, Schuler served as a member of Residential Life and Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) and was awarded the Skidmore College Senior Student-Athlete Leadership award.
After his senior season, Schuler joined the Denver Cutthroats of the Central Hockey League (CHL), where the team advanced to the league’s championship. He has also played for the Huntsville Havoc of the Southern Professional Hockey League.
Schuler has also worked as a coach for the past nine years with Selects Hockey in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. During that time, he has worked several camps as well as coaching several teams at both tournaments and games in North America and Europe.