A former Division III women's basketball standout, Shelby Mueller enters her first season as an assistant coach for Hiram College during the 2018-19 campaign.
Mueller comes to Hiram after a success four-year playing career at Lycoming College, a member of the MAC-Commonwealth Conference. During her time with the Warriors, Mueller was a four-year starter. She started every game in which she played, tallying 102 career starts in her four-year tenure.
Three times, Mueller was named an All-MAC Commonwealth honoree, including First-Team honors following both her junior and senior seasons. He senior campaign was her best as far as production. She ranked first in the MAC in scoring (15.0) while sitting second in rebounds per night (10.2). Her 375 points were a career high, and the most by any Lycoming player since 2001.
The 10th 1,000-point scorer in Warrior history, Mueller finished her career ranked fifth on Lycoming's all-time scoring list (1,266). Additionally she finished her career fourth in total rebounds in school history and is one of three players to rank in the top five in each category.
You can find Mueller's name all over the Lycoming record books as she also ranks in the top ten in Warrior history in scoring average, double-doubles, field-goal percentage, field goals made, and blocked shots. She is also the all-time Lycoming record holder in career free-throws attempted and made.
A medical sociology major, Mueller was also named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll during her time at Lycoming.
While with the Terriers, Mueller will also be enrolled in the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program.