Courtney Schneider
 Courtney Schneider
Position:
Graduate Assistant


10/20/2014

No.10 WWU hosts MSUB and SPU (Dig Pink)

Vikings working on season-best five-match win streak

10/13/2014

WWU completes string of three road matches at SFU

No.9 Vikings riding season-best, four-match winning streak

10/06/2014

No.10 WWU travels to Western Oregon and Saint Martin's

Vikings re-energized following home sweep of nationally ranked foes

09/29/2014

WWU home to face Central and league-leading NNU

Vikings need wins to stay in thick conference title chase

09/22/2014

WWU readies for tough tests at SPU and MSUB

Vikings open GNAC play with wins in two of three home matches

In second year as assistant at Western ... Volunteer assistant at NCAA I Idaho in 2009 after assisting at Snohomish High School the previous year ... Also has coached with Washington Volleyball Academy ... Named WWU Female co-Athlete of the Decade for 2000 to 2010 ... Finished third nationally among NCAA II career dig leaders with Great Northwest Athletic Conference and school-record total of 2,695 ... Her 7.00 career digs per game average was a national record by nearly one per game ... First-team American Volleyball Coaches Association and second-team Daktronics All-American in 2007, helping Western to 26-5 record, GNAC crown, Pacific Regional title, and NCAA II national championship match ... Was first-team AVCA and Daktronics Pacific Region all-star and unanimous first-team GNAC all-star three straight years ... Twice led nation in digs per game with NCAA record average of 7.74 as senior ... 2007 GNAC Player of the Year and NCAA II Elite Eight and Pacific Regional all-tournament pick ... Set NCAA II tournament record with 44 digs vs. Washburn KS, and established league and school records with 50 digs vs. Central Washington ... Led GNAC for four consecutive years in digs, having league and school record of 851 as senior ... Twice second-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII and GNAC academic all-star ... NCAA Woman of the Year nominee ... Graduated from WWU in 2009 with degree in community health ... Honorable mention Class 4A all-State choice as senior at Snohomish High School ... Selected to compete in Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association East-West all-star series ... 26 years old.

COLLEGE: Finished third among NCAA Division II career dig leaders with Great Northwest Athletic Conference and school-record 2,695 ... Her 7.00 career digs per game averaged was national record by nearly one per game ... Had 20 or more digs in 76 matches and 10 or more in 107 of 108 career matches ... First-team American Volleyball Coaches Association and second-team Daktronics All-American in 2007 ... Also first-team AVCA and Daktronics Pacific Region all-star and unanimous first-team GNAC all-star, each for third straight year ... GNAC Player of the Year ... NCAA II Elite Eight and Pacific Regional all-tournament pick ... Set NCAA II tournament record with 44 digs vs. Washburn KS on 11/30/07 ... Also second-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII and GNAC academic all-star ... Played in all 31 matches and 110 games ... NCAA II leader in digs per game for second straight season with national-record 7.74 average ... Led league and school for fourth consecutive year in digs with league and school record 851 ... Had league and school-record 28 20-or-more dig matches, 10 with 30-or-more and five with 40-or-more ... Had GNAC and school-record 50 digs vs. Central Washington on 9/22/07 ... Named GNAC Player of the Week three straight years, being only libero in league history to receive honor ... First-team Daktronics and third-team AVCA All-American in 2006 ... First-team Daktronics and AVCA Pacific Region All-Star and unanimous GNAC all-star ... Second-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII and GNAC academic all-star ... Played in all 25 matches and 87 games ... Was national leader in digs per game with NCAA record average of 7.66 (666) ... Had nine 30-dig matches, including eight of last 13 matches ... Third on team with 27 service aces (0.31) with season-high four vs. Northwest Nazarene on 9/9/06 ... Third-team Daktronics, Inc. and honorable mention AVCA All-American in 2005 as well as first-team Daktronics Pacific Region and GNAC all-star ... Had 646 digs and digs per game average of 6.59, which ranked fourth nationally ... Also had 29 service aces (0.30) and 27 assists (0.28) ... Named GNAC Player of the Week, becoming first libero in league history to receive that honor ... Had double-figure digs in 26 matches, with 30 or more eight times and 40 or more three times ... GNAC Freshman of the Year and second-team league all-star in 2004 ... Played in all 25 matches and 90 games ... Led league in digs with 532 ... Her 5.91 digs per game average ranked 13th nationally ... Had 30 or more digs in five of her last nine matches, and 20 or more digs in 12 matches ... Also had 21 service aces, 11 assists, 7 kills and 1 block ... Four letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention Class 4A all-State choice as senior at Snohomish High School ... Also first-team Everett Herald all-Area and all-Western Conference pick ... Selected to compete in Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association East-West all-star series ... Helped Panthers reach state quarterfinals and go undefeated in winning league title ... Team captain and MVP ... Averaged 3.24 kills per game and 2.85 digs ... Had 20 kills and 35 digs in win over Marysville-Pilchuck that decided league championship ... First-team all-league as junior on team that reached state quarterfinals ... Averaged 2.54 kills and 2.27 digs ... Started and lettered two years ... Also lettered two years in soccer, one as freshman at Mount Whitney High School in Visalia, Calif., where she was first-team league all-star as midfielder.

PERSONAL: Major is community health ... Her father, Terry, competed in football and track at William Penn University IA.

09/23/2014

Flick hits the mark