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Division III Week Spotlight: Shelby Cheuvront

From Albright College

Apr 17, 2020
Albright Lions

For celebration of 2020 NCAA Division III week, Albright Athletics will feature a number of student-athletes with a short Q&A profile. Every student-athlete was asked why they chose to compete at the NCAA Division III level. Today we spotlight Albright first-year libero Shelby Cheuvront

In her first year on Albright’s campus, Shelby Cheuvront started in every single game at libero for the Albright Lions women’s volleyball team. Cheuvront led the team and ranked fifth in the MAC Commonwealth with 4.09 digs per set. She tallied a total of 278 digs, 16 assists, and 16 kills for the 2019 season. Cheuvront’s biggest night of the season came when she matched a single-game program record with 11 service aces against Rosemont.

Shelby Cheuvront 
Position: Libero
Hometown: Finksburg, Maryland
High School: Westminster
Major: Biology

What do you like most about Albright College?
“I love the family atmosphere and how close my teammates and I are.”

How do your teammates make practice fun?
“My teammates can make anyone laugh and we’re always laughing with each other!”

Do you have any pre-game superstitions?
“I have to do my hair the same way until I have a bad game and then I have to change it, and I always put my gear on in the same order.”

What is one thing people do not know about you?
“I have played every position on the volleyball court at some point in my volleyball career.”

What is your favorite song to listen to prior to competing?
“The team has a pre-game playlist and we always sing Poco Loco from the movie Coco.”

What is your current favorite memory as a member of Albright athletics?
“My favorite memory from Albright Athletics is beating Alvernia in five sets on Halloween as it was such a close game, but we fought hard and won!”

Why did you choose Division III?

“I chose Division III because I knew that I could play volleyball but also focus on my academics. I was able to succeed in both academics and athletics!”

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