|High School:||Moorpark HS|
2011 (RS Junior):
In his third full season with the Tigers, Daley earned 26 starts in the 27 matches he appeared. He finished third on the squad with 155 kills hitting .371. As he has throughout his career with Pacific, Daley was dominate on the defensive side of the court leading the team with 116 blocks including a team high 17 solos.
2010 (RS Sophomore):
Coming off of an impressive first collegiate season, Daley continued his strong play in the middle for the Tigers as he posted 209 kills and a 2.25 kills per game average in 28 matches played. Hitting .405 for the year, Sean etched his name in Pacific’s single-season record books with the seventh best single-season hitting percentage in program history. In addition to his play on the offensive side of the net, Daley was Pacific’s best blocker as a sophomore with 112 total blocks, including a team-best 17 solo efforts which ranked as the sixth most solo blocks in Tiger single-season history.
2009 (RS Freshman):
Sean was a dominant middle blocker for the Tigers, starting in all 31 matches during his first season of play, as he used his redshirt option during the 2008 season. He was second on the team in kills with 227 over the year, with an average of 2.14 kills per game and a hitting percentage of .369. He lead the team in total blocks, accumulating 113 total, and 100 block assists, which put him number nine among single season block assist leaders. The numbers Daley put up during his freshman season earned him All-MPSF Honorable Mention for the 2009 season.
Sean used his redshirt option during the 2008 season.
Sean graduated from Moorpark High School in Moorpark, Calif. Sean played club volleyball for Club Spectrum.
Sean Daley is the son of Peter and Debra Daley. He has two sisters, his twin Chelsea, and Christy. Sean is majoring in computer engineering.