Shealyn  Kolosky

6Shealyn Kolosky


Wheaton, Ill.

High School:
Wheaton-Warrenville South H.S.



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Kills: 13 (Arkansas, 11/26/14)
Attacks: 29 (Morehead State, 8/30/13)
Hitting Pct.: .769 (Seton Hall, 10/9/11)
Assists: 1, 5x (MR at Miss. St., 10/17/14)
Aces: 2, 2x (MR vs. UNC Asheville, 9/6/13)
Solo Blocks: 3 (Austin Peay, 9/12/13)
Block Assists: 10 (Ohio State, 12/2/11)
Total Blocks: 10 (Ohio State, 12/2/11)
Digs: 4, 2x (MR vs. Butler, 8/31/13)
*Through November 29, 2014

AS A SENIOR (2014)
    • Appeared in 29 matches on the season, starting in 22 and totaling 113 kills and 54 total blocks
    • Led the team in kills twice, including a career-best, 13-kill performance on Senior Night vs. Arkansas (11/26)
    • Also paced the Lady Vols with seven total blocks against the Razorbacks
    • Finished with 10 kills against Memphis on Sept. 19 adding seven total blocks along the way
    • Recorded three matches of seven or more blocks during her senior stint
    • Led Tennessee in total kills in seven matches on the season
    • Posted a season-best hitting efficiency of .667 in a 3-0 win over Ole Miss, putting down nine kills on 12 swings
    • Concludes her career at Tennessee with 518 career kills on a .244 attack percentage, 227 total blocks, and 69 total digs in 103 career matches

AS A JUNIOR (2013)
  • Appeared and started in all 32 matches, totaling 202 kills, 23 digs, 65 total blocks, and three aces
  • Led the team with 11 kills, tying her career best, and hit a team-best .455 mark against Arkansas (10/13)
  • Hit .231 against Georgia Tech (9/20) and Coastal Carolina (9/21) with four kills in both games in the Tennessee Invitational
  • Put down 10 kills, hitting .125 against VCU (9/14)
  • Recorded three solo blocks against Austin Peay, a career-high (9/12)
  • Hit at a .316 clip with eight kills, three shy of her career-best, against Butler (8/31)
  • Had five kills, hitting .273 with one block at Cincinnati (8/30)
  • Notched seven kills and a team-best nine blocks in UT's opening win against Morehead State (8/30)

  • Appeared in 10 matches, making three starts
  • Recorded two kills on five swings and one block against Mississippi State (11/23)
  • Tied a career high with one assist to go along with four kills and a block in win over Missouri (10/5)
  • Recorded a match-high eight blocks and added a career-best four digs in her first match back from injury at Alabama (9/16)

  • Was one of just four Lady Vols to start every match on the season, playing in 122 sets
  • Blasted 186 kills in 2011, averaging 1.52 kills per set
  • Ranked fourth on the team in hitting percentage with a clip of .271
  • Tallied 95 blocks during the season with an average of 0.78 per set
  • Ranked second on the squad in both categories
  • Of her 95 rejections, eight of them were solo
  • Led the team in blocks with a season-best six against Maryland on August 27 at the Comcast Lady Vol Classic
  • Was all but unstoppable against Seton Hall on Sept. 9, notching a career-best hitting percentage of .769, while adding 10 kills against the Pirates
  • Set a season-best mark in kills with 11 in the NCAA Tournament match against Ohio State
  • Recorded seven or more kills in six conference matches
  • Also added 12 serving aces on the year, two of which came back-to-back at Arkansas on Oct. 2
  • Closed out the regular season on a high note, tallying a pair of solo blocks and eight kills, hitting at a clip of .421 against Kentucky

  • Dupage Valley All-Conference 2009 and 2010 at Wheaton Warrenville South High School
  • Daily Herald All-Area First Team 2010
  • Katie Meier Award 2010
  • Offensive Player of the Year 2010
  • Led team in blocks (97) and kills (323) in 2010
  • AVCA Under Armour Girls HS All-America Watch List 2010
  • Top 50 players in Chicago-area 2010
  • Senior Ace #83 2010
  • Daily Herald All-Area Special Mention 2009
  • Dupage Valley Conference Academic All-Conference
  • 639 total career blocks
  • 256 total career kills

  • Advertising major
  • Has one sister, Mollie, who played volleyball at Boston College and graduated in 2012
  • Shealyn Kolosky, the daughter of Cyndee and Tom Kolosky, was born on Feb. 9, 1993 in Winfield, Ill.
  • Recipient of the Wayne Basler Women's Volleyball Endowed Scholarship


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