Four-year letterwinner and member of three NCAA Tournament teams (2003, 2006, 2007)...team co-captain and squad's Most Inspirational Player as a senior...2007 Pac-10 All-Academic second-team selection and 2005 Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team pick...finished career with a 36.6 field goal shooting percentage.
SENIOR YEAR (2006-07) -- Co-Captain...back-up point guard...came off the bench in 26 games...named to Pac-10 All-Academic second-team...selected squad's Most Inspirational Player and earned 101 Scholar Athlete award...averaged 1.5 points and 1.0 rebound...shot 40.9 percent from the field and a perfect 2-for-2 clip from three-point range...had the game of her career vs. USC (Dec. 29) - sparked a 21-0 first-half run with eight consecutive points, two rebounds, one assist and one steal in a three-minute span...finished with a career-high 11 points vs. USC, the first double-figure scoring game of her career...equaled career-high with four rebounds in win at Eastern Washington (Nov. 21)...tallied five points and two steals at then-No. 12 Purdue (Nov. 17)...played season-high 22 minutes in season opener at Marquette (Nov. 14)...recorded five points - including a three-pointer, two rebounds and one steal in 17 minutes at UCLA (Jan. 26)...tallied six points in Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinal game vs. USC (March 3), setting career-highs with a 6-for-8 clip from the charity stripe.
JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06) -- Came off the bench in 14 games...scored season-high four points at Stanford (2/23/06), shooting 1-for-2 from the field...had three points and career-high four rebounds vs. Michigan (12/9/05)...surpassed previous career-high of three rebounds set at Michigan the previous season (11/22/04)...also sank three free-throws and with four FT attempts (both season highs) vs. Michigan...played season-high seven minutes vs. Washington State (2/5/06).
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004-05) -- Garnered Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team honors...played in 23 games...at Michigan (11/22) notched season-highs in points (seven), field goals made (three) and three-pointers made (one)...also had season-high three rebounds vs. the Wolverines...posted a career-high two steals four times throughout the season...shot 87 percent from the free-throw line (7-of-8)...played a season-high 18 minutes at Denver (12/6).
REDSHIRT YEAR (2003-04) -- Missed the entire season after suffering a broken foot in the first official practice.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2002-03) -- Came off the bench in 19 games...played season-high nine minutes vs. St. Bonaventure...set season highs in points (four) and rebounds (two) at UCLA (1/3)...also tallied career-high two assists vs. UCLA (2/1)...went 2-2 from the line in first collegiate game vs. Boise State...also went 2-2 from the line vs. USC (1/30) and Washington State (3/1).
AT POUDRE HIGH SCHOOL
NIKE All-American...McDonald's Honorable Mention All-American...as a senior was the second leading scorer in the state of Colorado (23.4 ppg)...also ranked in the top-five in the state in free-throw percentage, free-throws made and in rebounding...set Northern Colorado 5A single- game records for points (38) and three-pointers (nine)...went a record 12-12 from the line...first-team All-State selection by Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News...along with UConn's Ann Strother, was selected one of top-five Colorado players...Outstanding Women's Athlete of the Year for Northern Colorado Region and Athlete of the Year Award for Poudre HS (2001-02)...entered her senior season as a Street and Smith's Preseason all-America pick and member of the Denver Post Colorado all-star team...led Poudre High to the Class 5A state tournament four straight years...four-time First Team All-Conference honoree...garnered honorable mention All-State honors as a sophomore and junior...named to the academic all-state team all four years...four-year varsity letterwinner and three-time team captain...as a junior led team to the Sweet 16 at the class 5A state tournament...averaged 16 points per game...earned first team All-Conference honors and All-State honorable mention honors...selected to the NIKE All-American camp...played for AAU team Colorado Hoopsters...competed in the End of the Oregon Trail tournament where team finished in fifth place...played in the U.S. Junior Nationals in Washington D.C. and placed third in tournament...as a sophomore led the Impalas to third place in league play and a Sweet 16 appearance in the state tournament...averaged 14 points per game...earned All-Conference honors...led team to a first place finish at U.S. Junior Nationals...as a freshman helped team to round of 16 finish at state tournament...named to first-team All-Conference...averaged 12 points a contest.
Erica Schelly...daughter of Don and Cathy Schelly...has three older brothers, Bob, Jeff and David...father works for the United States Postal Service and mother is an occupational therapist...carried a 3.9 grade point average in high school...also competed in volleyball during prep career...majoring in English.
Points - 11, vs. USC, Dec. 29, 2006
Rebounds - 4, twice, last at Eastern Washington, Nov. 21, 2006
Assists - 2, four times, last vs. UCLA, Jan. 9, 2005
Steals - 2, five times, last at Purdue, Nov. 17, 2006
FG Made - 3, twice, last vs. USC, Dec. 29, 2006
FG Attempted - 5, three times, last at Denver, Dec. 6, 2004
3-Pt. FG Made - 1, three times, last at UCLA, Jan. 26, 2007
3-Pt. FG Attempted - 2, twice, last vs. UCLA, Jan. 9, 2005
FT Made - 6, vs. USC, March 3, 2007
FT Attempted - 8, vs. USC, March 3, 2007
ERICA SCHELLY'S YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
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