Shelley Sheetz

  • Kodak First-Team All-American
  • Three-Time All Big Eight Performer
  • Two-Time Colorado Most Valuable Player
  • Naismith Award Finalist

Shelley Sheetz capped a record-setting career by being named CU’s first, and only, Kodak All-American following the 1995 season, when she led the Buffaloes to a 30-3 record.  That same year, she was also afforded the honor from the Associated Press, Basketball Times and the USBWA, and was one of five finalists for the prestigious Naismith Award.  She finished her career as CU’s second all-time leading scorer with 1,775 points, a figure that still ranks third a decade later; she is also second all-time in assists (514), third in both free throws made (425) and attempts (501), third in steals (287) and is CU’s all-time leader in three-point field goals made (252), a number that finished as the most all-time in the Big Eight Conference.  Sheetz was a three-time, first-team All-Big Eight performer, the only player selected thrice in school history, and was a two-time team MVP and the Big Eight Player of the Year for 1994-95.  She averaged scoring in double figures all four of her seasons, leading the team as a sophomore and was the second-leading scorer the other three years.  CU was 106-21 during her career, including a 49-7 mark and three league titles in Big Eight play. 

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