Toby Michael Schulz attended St. Peter's College and played eight games for the Norwood under 17s in 2005.
In 2006 he played another six games in the under 17s and also had a taste of under 19s football. During the year he represented the State in the Under 18 national championships.
He continued his progress the following season and played 22 games for the Reserves.
In 2008 he won the Norwood Reserves best and fairest award (19 games).
"Shooter" as he was known made his league debut in Round 15, 2009, making five senior appearances in his first year. He was a good kick and a strong mark, and had the versatility to play at either end of the ground.
In 2010 Schulz consolidated his spot in the seniors with 16 league games. However, he only played another three games in 2011 and, after 24 league and 70 reserves games he left The Parade.
After a short stint with Berri in the Riverland Football League he joined the St Peter's Old Collegians Football Club (SPOCS) in the South Australian Amateur Football League, helping SPOCS win the 2012 Division 1 premiership. He was also a member of the South Australian Amateur Football League Under 23 State team in 2012.
Schulz later transferred to North Adelaide and played 17 league games in 2014 and 2015.
He then returned to SPOCS and continued to be a key player for the club, as well as representing the State in 2016 and 2019.
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