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* 4 Seasons (2002-05) *

* 5' 11" * Middle blocker *

Kingsburg, California

Immanuel High School (2002)

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Prior to FPU - Shailey was a three-sport letter winner at Immanuel High School in Reedley... was a four year varsity volleyball player... earned East Sierra League honors in 2000 and 2001... as a senior in 2001, led the Eagles with 322 kills and 102 blocks... was named the 2001 East Sierra League MVP and led the Eagles to a 24-4 record and the California State C.I.F. Division V championship... also helped the Eagles basketball team to ESL championships in 2000 and 2002... played four seasons of varsity softball, including All-ESL honors as a senior.
Personal - Shailey's parents are Tricia and Brian Jones of Kingsburg... has two older brothers... is a certified scuba diver... has served on missions trips to Mexico and Costa Rica... has volunteered with Special Olympics, the Fresno Billy Graham Crusade and at convalescent hospitals in Reedley and Kingsburg... home church is Reedley Mennonite Brethren Church... physical education major.
As a freshman (2002) - Shailey appeared in 43 games spread over 25 matches... hit .235 while averaging 1.05 kills per game... also averaged 0.44 blocks per game.
As a sophomore (2003) - Shailey appeared in 41 games and averaged 1.41 kills per game while hitting .273.
As a junior (2004) - Shailey appeared in 55 games and averaged 0.98 kills per game... was named to the NAIA All-America Scholar-Athlete Team.
As a senior (2004) - Shailey completed her career by appearing in 41 games while averaging 1.29 kills per game... was named to the NAIA All-America Scholar-Athlete Team for the second consecutive season.

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