Wyoming Swimming And Diving Inks Two Student-Athletes

May 18, 2000

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming head swimming anddiving coach Tom Johnson announced today the signing of twostudent-athletes to national letters of intent to attend the Universityof Wyoming in the fall of 2000. Here are the signees:

Shea Boyle, Evanston, Wyo.:

A three-time All-State selection atEvanston High School. She was the runner up at the 1999 Wyoming 4A StateChampionship in the 1-meter springboard. Boyle is the daughter of Pamand Casey Boyle. Her mother was an All-American swimmer at Wyoming andis the current swimming coach at Evanston, while her father is the headdiving coach at Evanston.

"Shea is an aggressive and very powerful diver," said diving coachJason Baumann. "She has the potential to become a finalist in ourconference, and will be a great addition to our program. Her enthusiasmand hard work will help her improve rapidly."

Crystal Meacham, Ft. Collins, Colo.:

As a senior at Rocky MountainHigh School, she placed sixth at the Colorado High School State Meet inthe 100 Breaststroke. She also competed at this year's NationalChampionships in the 400 Medley Relay. Meacham competes with the FortCollins Area Swim Team, which is coached by Jerry Neufeld. She wascoached in high school by Katie Englehardt and Sarah McNaught. Crystalis the daughter of Steve and Carolyn Meacham

"I have know Crystal from a very young age," said head coach TomJohnson. "Crystal has a great competitive spirit and loves to race. Sheis a strong 100 and 200 breaststroker, and we will look for her to adddepth in the Individual Medley's."