Emily Zulauf enters her third season as a student assistant and fifth with the team after playing for the Hoosiers in 2005-06. She assists with statistics recording, practice drills and various travel duties.
As a sophomore, Zulauf played in 24 matches and tallied 123 kills, 32 digs and 18 blocks. She also picked up Academic All-Big Ten honors. The Findlay, Ohio native connected on a career-high 14 kills twice that season.
The all-state performer for Findlay High School is the daughter of Gary and Lynn Zulauf and is majoring in Marketing and International Business with a concentration in Management.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2006)
Played in 24 matches and 68 games for IU...registered a career-high 14 kills at Michigan on Sept. 22 and then repeated that same career mark on Oct. 20 against Northwestern...posted a career-high seven digs against the University of Iowa on Oct. 28... tallied new career-highs in kills (123), assists (3), digs (32), and blocks (18) in a season...earned Academic All-Big Ten honors.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2005)
Played in 20 matches...posted a career-high six kills, 21 attacks and one block solo against Loyola-Chicago on Sept. 3...accounted for 29 kills and five total blocks in a reserve front-line role.
Helped Findlay High to a pair of Greater Buckeye League titles and the 2004 District Championship...earned all-state and all-conference honors as well as a berth on Prep Volleyball's Top 112 Players in the United States...garnered second team all-conference recognition her junior season...picked up all-league laurels sophomore season...led team in kills senior season...member of the Toledo Volleyball Club...claimed school's Academic Achievement Award and Scholar Athlete Award...member of both the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society...graduated with honors.
The daughter of Gary and Lynn Zulauf was born January 6, 1987 in Findlay, Ohio.