2008 (Jr.): Second Team All-MIVA . . . played in 27 matches and 98 games . . . earned 24 starts . . . tallied double-digit kills on 15 occasions, including a season-high 19 three times; at Pacific (2/1), versus IPFW (3/21) and at No. 9 Ohio State . . . collected a career-high 19 digs in BSU’s first of back-to-back wins over No. 7 UCLA (2/29), while adding nine kills and five total blocks . . . tied a career-high with six total blocks versus Loyola (2/20), while adding 16 kills and 11 digs.
2007 (So.): Played in 23 matches and 76 games . . . earned 23 starts . . . recorded a career-high 20 kills in the win over No. 6 Ohio State (4/13) . . . scored 17 kills at Quincy (3/2), while adding 16 kills in three matches . . . tallied double-figure kills in 10 matches . . . collected a season-high 17 digs versus Loyola (4/5), while adding 16 kills and three total blocks . . . posted career-highs of six total blocks and five block assists in the win over No. 6 IPFW (2/23).
2006 (Fr.): Member of the 2006 USA Volleyball Men’s Junior National Training Team . . . played in 21 matches and 44 games . . . earned six starts . . . tallied season-highs of 18 kills and nine digs at Clarke (2/4) . . . added 14 kills, nine digs and a career-high five aces versus MSOE (3/17) . . . tallied two total blocks in six matches, with two block assists in four contests.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters in volleyball at Trinity . . . team’s Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior . . . member of the 2005 USA Volleyball Youth National Team and competed in an international tournament in Brazil . . . selected to the USA Volleyball Youth National Training team in 2004 . . . 2005 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 . . . two-time member of the Boys East Coast Championship All-Tournament Team for his club program.
PERSONAL: Son of Gerry and Bridgid Chamberlain . . . has one sister . . . majoring in communication . . . owns a 3.220 grade-point average on Ball State’s 4.0 scale . . . born May 10, 1987, in Louisville, Ky.