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#8 James Shaw
Position: Setter
Height: 6'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Woodside, Calif.
High School: St. Francis
Major: Science, Technology & Society
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As a Junior (2015) | Match-By-Match Statistics

• All-MPSF honorable mention
• Sat out half the season due to injury
• Started 14 matches, playing setter or outside hitter
• Tied his career high with seven blocks at Cal Baptist (Jan. 16)
• Notched a double-double with 42 assists and 11 digs in a five-set win over CSUN (Jan. 23)
• Registered a career high 18 kills at Pepperdine (Feb. 6) in his first collegiate start at outside hitter
• Totaled a season-best 51 assists in a four-set win over No. 4 BYU (March 7)
• MPSF All-Academic Team

As a Sophomore (2014) | Match-By-Match Statistics

• AVCA Second-Team All-American
• Volleyball Magazine Second-Team All-American
• All-MPSF First Team
• NCAA All-Tournament
• MPSF All-Tournament Team
• MPSF Player of the Week (March 10)
• AVCA National Player of the Week (March 11)
• Winner of the Arthur F. Dauer Memorial Sports Performance Award
• Started all 33 matches at setter
• Fourth in the MPSF in assists per set and ninth nationally (10.86)
• Had a season high 59 assists against BYU (May 1) during the NCAA semifinals
• Tallied 13 digs against Long Beach State (Feb. 28)
• No. 4 in career assists in the rally-scoring era (2385)
• No. 4 in career assists per set in the rally-scoring era (10.70)
• Ranks third in single season assists in the rally-scoring era (1,358)
• MPSF All-Academic Team

As a Freshman (2013) | Match-By-Match Statistics

• Became the first true freshman to start at setter for Stanford since Kawika Shoji in 2007
• Named to the Volleyball Magazine All-America third team
• Earned All-MPSF honorable mention
• Named to the MPSF All-Freshman team
• FIfth in the MPSF in assists per set (10.48)
• Ranked seventh in the NCAA in assists per set
• His 1,027 assists make him No. 5 in Stanford career assists in rally-scoring era and No. 9 in school single-season assists in rally-scoring era
• No. 10 in Stanford single-season assists per set in rally-scoring era (10.48)
• Had 38 often-memorable assists, seven digs, and six kills in first collegiate game against Grand Canyon (Jan. 4)
• Posted five double-doubles in assists and digs
• Had match-high 56 assists against Pepperdine (March 2)
• Tallied 65 kills and 49 blocks throughout the season
• Had collegiate-best 60 assists in a five-set loss at BYU (Feb. 23)
• Six kills in collegiate debut against Grand Canyon (Jan. 4)

International

• Trained with the U.S. National Team during the summer of 2014
• Traveled to Turkey during the summer of 2013 with the U.S. junior national team for the FIVB World Championships
• Also competed for the U.S. junior national team in 2012
• Played on the U.S. Youth National Team that finished 11th at the 2011 FIVB Boys' Youth World Championship in Argentina, and the Under-19 Pan American Cup in Mexicali, Mexico
• In 2010, member of U.S. Boys' Youth A2 White Team that took third place at the High Performance Championship
• Made the High Performance A1 Camp

High School/Club

• A 2012 graduate of St. Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif.
• Led the Lancers to the 2012 Central Coast Section Division I championship with a five-set victory over rival Bellarmine
• Named area player of the year by the San Jose Mercury News
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Was an All-West Catholic Athletic League first-team choice as a junior and was named the Santa Clara County Sophomore and Junior of the Year by the San Jose Mercury News
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Also is a member of the Mountain View Volleyball Club and won a bronze medal at the 2011 USA Junior National Championships, earning all-tournament honors
• Named to the 2012 Mizuno/Volleyball Boys' Fab 50, which honors the top 50 seniors in the country

Personal

• Son of Don and Carolyn Shaw
• Father coached the Stanford women's volleyball team to four NCAA titles in 16 seasons (440-70, .863), and was the Cardinal men's head coach for seven seasons
• Sister, Jordan, played volleyball at Saint Mary's College
• Described his happiest moment as signing a letter of intent to Stanford 

Career Statistics

Season S K KPS E TA PCT A APS SA SE SAPS RE D DPS BS BA TOT BPS BE PTS
2013 98 65 0.66 20 139 .324 1027 10.48 8 43 0.08 1 160 1.63 8 41 49 0.50 6 101.5
2014 125 120 0.96 41 230 .343 1358 10.86 33 101 0.26 2 180 1.44 13 66 79 0.63 9 199.0
2015 48 66 1.38 27 145 .269 379 7.90 11 27 0.23 1 81 1.69 3 32 35 0.73 1 96.0
Totals 271 251 0.93 88 514 .317 2764 10.20 52 171 0.19 4 421 1.55 24 139 163 0.60 16 396.5

 

Career Highs

Kills 18, at Pepperdine (2/6/15)
Attempts 33, at Pepperdine (2/6/15)
Hitting Percentage .727 (8-0-11), at USC (3/9/14)
Assists 60, at BYU (2/23/13)
Service Aces 6, vs. USC (3/27/14)
Digs 13, at Long Beach State (2/28/14)
Blocks 7, 2X, last at Cal Baptist (1/16/15)
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