Wayne State College

Emily Schroeder Jones

Inducted: 2014

Emily Schroeder Jones was a dominant volleyball player in her three seasons at Wayne State College from 2005-07. The Laurel-Concord graduate was a First Team All-NSIC selection as a junior and senior and became the Wildcats' first-ever All-American as Schroeder was named AVCA and Daktronics Second Team All-American in 2006 and 2007. In just three seasons, Schroeder finished just two kills behind the all-time career leader at WSC with 1,649. She ranks first and second in single season kills, setting a school record with 599 kills as a junior and 591 kills during her senior season. Schroeder played on three NCAA Tournament Teams at Wayne State and led WSC to the 2007 NSIC Tournament title. She has a school record 32 kills in one match and also has a school record 13 blocks in three different matches. Emily also excelled in the classroom, earning ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Second Team honors as a junior and was a two-time NSIC All-Academic selection. She is married to former WSC baseball All-American Dustin Jones.