Men's Volleyball

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    C.J. Schellenberg
    C.J. Schellenberg

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Pacific Palisades, CA

    High School:
    Loyola

    Height / Weight:
    6-7 / 210

    Position:
    OPP

    2009: The left-handed veteran Schellenberg, who was slowed in fall 2008 practice with shoulder and ankle injuries, will look to get healthy as a senior in 2009 and compete to regain his starting spot at opposite hitter as a senior in 2009 ...

    2008: He started for his third season at opposite hitter as a junior in 2008 ... Overall while appearing in 22 matches (and starting 19 times, mostly in the first two-thirds of the season), he was third on USC in kills (198) and aces (19), and also had 72 digs and 42 blocks... He hit .244 ... He had double kills figures 12 times and 5-plus digs 7 times ...

    2007: He started for his second season at opposite hitter as a sophomore in 2007 ... Overall while starting 26 matches (and appearing in all 28), he was second on USC in kills (358) and aces (24), third in digs (119) and fifth in blocks (66) ... He hit .233 ... He had double kill figures 21 times (including 4 with 20-plus kills), 5-plus digs 12 times (twice with 10-plus digs) and 5-plus blocks 4 times ...

    2006: He started all 29 matches at opposite hitter as a first-year freshman in 2006 ... Overall, he had 271 kills (third on USC), 103 digs, 83 blocks and 14 aces ... He had double kill figures 11 times, 5-plus digs 10 times and 5-plus blocks 6 times ...

    HIGH SCHOOL: He was named the 2005 Mizuno/Volleyball Magazine All-American Player of the Year, Los Angeles Times All-Star MVP and All-CIF Division I Player of the Year as a senior as Loyola High in Los Angeles (Calif.), as Loyola won its third consecutive CIF Division I title ... He also made the 2005 Volleyball Fab 50 team ... As a 2004 junior, he made the All-CIF Division I first team and Los Angeles Times All-Star second team ... Current Trojan Jimmy Hirschman also prepped at Loyola ...

    PERSONAL: He was a member of the 2004 U.S. Junior National Team and 2003 U.S. Boys' Youth National Team ... He helped his SCVC Kaepa Blue teams win 3 Open gold medals at the Junior Olympics (in the 18s in 2004, 17s in 2003 and 15s in 2001) ... He also won the 2004 Under 19 Boys AAU National Beach championship ... His initials stand for Christopher James ... His father, Jim, played football at Vanderbilt ... He is a social science economics major at USC ... Birthdate is Sept. 26, 1986.

    G M K E TA PCT AST SA SE RE DG BS BA BE
    2006 (Fr.)... 101 29 271 134 641 .214 13 14 85 2 103 7 76 8
    2007 (So.)... 99 28 358 173 794 .233 10 24 77 0 119 10 56 7
    2008 (Sr.)... 66 22 198 92 435 .244 6 19 61 3 72 4 38 5
    CAREER... 266 79 827 399 1870 .229 29 57 223 5 294 21 170 20

    Career single-match highs: 23 kills (Stanford and Long Beach State, 2007), 11 digs (Cal State Northridge, 2007), 9 blocks (UCLA, 2006)