Wyoming Cowgirl Basketball Adds One Student-Athlete

May 7, 2015

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming Cowgirl head basketball coach Joe Legerski today announced the signing of one student-athlete to attend the University of Wyoming beginning in the fall of 2015.

“Kyndal brings great size and experience to our backcourt,” Legerski said. “She has the ability to create and make positive things happen on the court.”

Here is the signee:

Kyndal Davis, 5-9, Guard, Canyon, Texas (Seward County CC (Kansas)/Canyon High School): A First Team All-Conference and All-Region selection this past season at Seward County Community College. She was also named a member of the Region VI and NJCAA National All-Tournament Teams after averaging a team leading 14.4 points plus 7.1 rebounds per contest. She helped the Lady Saints in 2014-15 to a 28-6 overall record, 13-3 in conference play as they reached the Sweet 16 of the NJCAA National Tournament. During her freshman campaign, she played in all 31 games with three starts and averaged just under ten points and 5.2 rebounds per contest. She was coached by Toby Wynn. An excellent student, she was named to KJCCC All-Academic and three semesters to the Athletics Director Honor Roll. At Canyon High School, she was a First Team All-District and All-State selection after averaging 11.3 points during her senior year. She led her team to a state championship as a junior. Besides basketball, she also participated in track and field. Davis is the daughter of Doug and Jennifer Davis, and has two siblings, Amanda and Sarah.

Davis is the fourth student-athlete in the 2015-16 Cowgirl basketball recruiting class. She joins Daley Handy (G/F, Wichita, Kan.); Coreen Labish (6-2, F, Spokane, Wash.) and Rachelle Tucker (6-2, F, Pierce, Neb.).