Shelby Stueve is in her fourth year at Azusa Pacific as the senior compliance administrator, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the compliance office. Beginning in 2015, she began serving as the advisor to Azusa Pacific's Student Athlete Advisory Board (SAAB).
Stueve serves as the department's liaison with the NCAA Eligibility Center, coordinates student-athlete initial and continuing eligibility certification, and coordinates the institutional letter of intent program for student-athletes. She is also involved in the department's rules education program for student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, faculty, and representatives of athletics interest.
Stueve came to Azusa Pacific after spending two years as academic advisor and assistant compliance coordinator at Cal State Dominguez Hills. She has also served as compliance coordinator at Cal Poly Pomona (2010-11) and as the administrative intern and assistant softball coach at Cal State East Bay (2008-10). At Cal State East Bay, she was recognized by the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators as the 2010 NACWAA Division II Administrator of Tomorrow.
Stueve graduated from Cal State East Bay in 2008, majoring in kinesiology with an athletic training emphasis, and she also completed a master's degree in kinesiology focusing on sports management at Cal State East Bay. She played four years of softball at the collegiate level, starting out as an outfielder at Chaffey College before transferring to Cal State East Bay as a shortstop. Her senior year, she served as the secretary for Cal State East Bay's Student Academic Advisory Committee.
Stueve grew up in Fontana and currently resides in Long Beach.