University of Iowa Athletics

#10 Claire Sheehan

Height 6-1
Class Fr.
Hometown Isanti, Minn.
High School Cambridge Isanti
Claire Sheehan - Volleyball - University of Iowa Athletics

2017 as a Freshman… Played in 32 matches… had 12 double-digit kill matches… ranked third on the team with 259 kills and chipped in 241 digs, 35 blocks, and 21 aces… registered 175 kills, 189 digs, 21 assists, 14 aces,  and 28 blocks in Big Ten play… had fifth career double-double with 10 kills and 10 digs at Ohio State on Nov. 18… had nine kills and 10 digs against Ohio State on Nov. 11… had fourth career double-double with 15 kills and 13 digs against No. 22 Purdue on Nov. 5… tallied third career double-double with 12 kills and 16 digs at No. 10 Michigan State on Oct. 28… had eight kills and two blocks against Northwestern on Oct. 21… amassed second career double-double with 16 kills and 14 digs against Illinois on Oct. 20… recorded nine kills and seven digs at No. 6 Minnesota on Oct. 15… registered 15 kills, a .324 attack percentage and a career-high five blocks at Indiana on Oct. 11… had six kills, six digs and a block against No. 4 Nebraska on Oct. 7… registered first career double-double with 11 kills and a career-high 20 digs against No. 22 Michigan on Oct. 4… amassed 11 kills and a .308 attack percentage against No. 3 Minnesota on Sept. 30… had 11 digs against No. 7 Wisconsin on Sept. 29… recorded 14 kills and a personal-best nine digs at No. 2 Penn State on Sept. 23… tallied a career-best 19 kills, a .429 attack percentage, and a personal-high three blocks at American on Sept. 16… racked up a career-high 13 kills and eight digs against Iowa State on Sept. 8… had six kills, three aces, and seven digs at Long Beach State on Aug. 26… recorded six kills and two blocks vs. No. 2 Stanford on Aug. 26.

High School… Played four years at Cambridge Isanti HS under Vicki Courts… amassed 2,350 kills, good for third all-time in Minnesota Class AAA competition… collected 218 blocks and 1,711 digs (ranks No. 7 all-time in Minnesota Class AAA)… a four-time first team Mississippi 8 Conference selection and was named a Max Preps Underclass All-American twice… amassed 591 kills in 1,330 attempts for a .312 hitting percentage as a senior… tallied 342 service aces, 461 digs and 22 blocks to earn first team All-Mississippi 8 Conference accolades for the fourth consecutive year as a senior… named the Offensive MVP of the Mississippi 8 Conference and was selected as an Honorable Mention All-American as a senior… named to Minnesota’s All-State team as a senior… recorded 537 kills, 401 digs, and 36 blocks to earn first team All-Mississippi 8 honors and All-State Honorable Mention as a junior… registered third AVCA Player of the Week award as a junior… collected 504 kills, 394 digs, 68 blocks, and 32 service aces to earn first team All-Mississippi 8 honors and another selection as a Max Preps Underclass All-American as a sophomore… two-time AVCA Player of the Week twice as a sophomore… helped guide her team to a 9-0 conference record to become Section Champions as a sophomore… amassed 547 kills in 97 sets played for an average of 5.6 kills per set to guide to a Section Final Runner-Up finish as a freshman… earned first team Mississippi 8 Conference honors as a freshman…named a Max Preps Underclass All-American as a freshman… played in 78 sets and amassed 171 kills for the varsity team to earn Honorable Mention All-Conference honors for the Mississippi 8 Conference as an eighth grader… competed for the club team Northern Lights under Dave Manka, Adam Beemer and Walt Weaver with Orr and Johnston… guided the 15-1s team to an AAU National Championship and a United States Girls Junior National Championship (USGJNC) in the United States Junior Olympic (USJO) division of USA Volleyball… earned AAU All-American accolades… helped 17-1s team to a third-place finish in AAU and a fifth-place finish at the USJO USGJNC.

Personal… Full name is Claire Autumn Sheehan… born on Sept. 3, 1998, in Robbinsdale, Minnesota… parents are Eric and Lisa Sheehan… has four siblings… father, Eric, played basketball for Austin Community College.