2 Schylur Edelman
Schylur  Edelman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sterling, CO

High School:
Sterling

Last College:
Univ. of Colorado

Height:
6-1

Position:
Middle Blocker

Experience:
1V


HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-time All-Colorado First Team selection by the Rocky Mountain News...as a junior, named the RMN 4A Player of the Year and a prevolleyball.com All-American....was a three-time All-Northern League selection as well...as a senior, she broke the school record for aces in a single season with 96 as she helped the Tigers to a 27-3 overall record and a third place finish at the state tournament...the Tigers won the state 4A championship the previous season with an undefeated record of 31-0...both seasons she helped the team to its conference and regional titles...also played basketball in high school helping SHS to a championship in 2005 with a 27-1 record...as a senior was an All-American, as well as all-conference and all-state.

Schylur Edelman's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2007): Was the University of Colorado's top middle blocker in 2007...became first Buff in four years to put up more than 10 blocks in a match and she did it twice...recorded 12 block assists against Kansas State University (9/22) and against Iowa State University (10/17) with two solo blocks and nine block assists...hit .500 against Texas Tech University (11/3) with 13 kills on 22 attack attempts with just two errors...season-high was 15 kills against Texas A&M (11/12)...averaged 1.04 blocks per set in Big 12 matches and 1.02 on the year...became first Buff to average more than 1.00 blocks per set since 2002.

SOPHOMORE (2008): Started all 29 matches for the University of Colorado volleyball team and appeared in all but one set during the 2008 campaign...led Colorado in blocking for the second-straight season and ranked eighth in the Big 12, averaging 0.97 per set...her 100 blocks for the year advanced her to a tie for 22nd on Colorado's career blocks chart and made her the first Buff since 202 to record 100 or more in consecutive seasons...put up a season-high nine blocks (one solo, eight assists) against Iowa State University (10/18)...matched a career-high with 13 kills and recorded eight blocks against in-state rival Colorado State University (9/10)...hit a career-best .636 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (9/6) with nine kills on 11 swings and only two errors.

JUNIOR (2009): Was a third year member of the University of Colorado volleyball team...one of the Buff's tri-captains for the 2009 season, saw first action in 2009 against Oklahoma (9/30), after missing the first 12 games due to injury...return was marked by early success, as she recorded a career-high eight digs against the Sooners...started each of CU's 17 remaining matches after returning to the lineup and played in 57 sets...recorded three assists against Texas A&M (10/17), tying a career-high...finished the season with 85 kills and 1.49 kills per set, and her .240 kill percentage ranked second on the team... finished her CU career with 243 total blocks, which tied her for 15th among CU's career block leaders.

SENIOR (2010): Transferred to Gonzaga University...saw action in 29 matches, 101 sets...finished the season with a team-best 203 kills, a .218 hitting percentage and 108 blocks...also added 66 digs and seven service aces...registered five or more kills in 23 of 29 matches, including six double-digit kills matches...finished with five or more blocks in 10 matches...had 15 kills on 28 total attempts for a .357 attacking clip, along with five block assists, in Gonzaga's 3-1 win over Loyola Marymount University, Nov. 11...had five kills, a season-high 12 digs and nine blocks in the Bulldogs 3-0 sweep of Eastern Washington University, Nov. 17...tallied 13 kills at the University Portland (10/23) and against the University of San Diego, Oct. 30...was named to the All-Tournament squads at both the Northwest Challenge and the Pioneer Classic.

Misc: Participated in the rodeo...member of the National Honor Society and earned academic letters in high school...represented the University of Colorado at the NCAA Student-Athlete Development Conference in May of 2009.

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