Women's Volleyball


Teal  Schnurr
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Teal Schnurr

Graduate Student

Westminster, Colo.

High School:
Standley Lake HS

Last College:
Marquette University


Middle Blocker/Right-Side Hitter

Career Highs:

  •  Kills: 12, Fort Wayne (10/21/17)
  •  Attacks: 30,Fort Wayne (10/21/17)
  •  Hitting percentage: .409 (10-1-22), North Dakota State (10/29/17)
  •  Assists: 1, four times, last at North Dakota State (9/29/17)
  •  Service aces: 4, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (9/8/17)
  •  Digs: 7, UC Davis (9/1/17)
  •  Blocks: 4, two times, last at Fort Wayne (10/21/17)
  •  Block solo: 2, Fort Wayne (10/21/17)
  •  Block assists: 4, USC Upstate (8/26/17)


  • Played in 90 sets this season, and started in 26 matches
  • Fifth on the team in kills and points scored
  • Had a team-high in kills against Oral Roberts on Nov. 3, and tied for a team-high against Minnesota
  • Led the Pioneers in service aces against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
  • Appeared in 234 sets over 75 matches for the Golden Eagles
  • Totaled 228 kills, 200 blocks and 88 digs during her three seasons
  • Tied a program record with 10 blocks in a match
  • 2016-17 BIG EAST All-Academic
  • Helped Standley Lake High School reach a double-digit win total for the first time since 2007 as a senior in 2012
  • Led Standley Lake in almost every statistical category, including kills (477), hitting percentage (.324) and blocks (52) her senior year
  • Two-time team captain and most valuable player (2011 and 2012)
  • Named first team all-conference as a senior and second team all-conference as a junior


  • Born Dec. 14, 1994, in Boise, Idaho
  • Daughter of Rod and Kristin Schnurr
  • Has one brother, Ty
  • Chose Denver because being back home and what the school has to offer for an environmental master's program made it a perfect combination
  • Wants to ultimately work for a corporation's CSR (corporate social responsibility) department, to help companies make large impacts on environmental and social issues while partaking in sustainable business practices
  • Enjoys traveling, the outdoors, skiing, hiking and boating
  • Member of an annual event at Marquette called Hunger Clean Up, where as a team, they would help members and organizations within the community
  • Spent her senior spring break on a volunteer trip that focused on rebuilding the 9th Ward in New Orleans that had been damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
  • Master's student enrolled in enviromental policy and management



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