Nov. 13, 2003
Laramie, Wyo. -- University of Wyoming Cowgirl head basketball coach Joe Legerski today announced his first recruiting class with the signing of three student-athletes to national letters of intent to attend the University of Wyoming beginning in the fall of 2004.
"We are extremely happy to add these individuals to the program," said Legerski. "All three bring great versatility to the backcourt and will be a welcomed addition to the Cowgirl family. Not only are they tremendous basketball players, but top level students. I could not be more pleased with my first recruiting class."
Here are the signees:
Amy Bolerjack, 5-10, Guard, Columbia, Missouri (Hickman HS): A First Team All-State and All-District selection as a junior at Hickman High School. In that same year, she finished with 532 points. Bolerjack has helped her team to three District championships in a row, while finishing second in the state during her sophomore year. She is closing in on the 1,000 point mark in her career entering the season with 723 points. A four-year letterwinner in basketball, she was also selected a team captain last season. Currently coached by Tonya Mirts. Also lettered in soccer during high school where she earned several awards. A two-time All-District selection, while leading her team to District Championships twice during her career. An excellent student, she is a member of the National Honor Society and on the honor roll. Amy is the daughter of Paul and Arlene Bolerjack. Her sister Jodi will also be a member of the Cowgirl squad next season. She chose Wyoming over several schools, including Nebraska, Northwestern and Weber State among others. "Amy has the opportunity to come in and play all three perimeter positions. She is an excellent athlete and has the ability to shoot the ball with anyone."
Jodi Bolerjack, 5-9, Guard, Columbia, Missouri (Hickman HS): A Second Team All-State and All-Area selection as a sophomore at Hickman High School. In that same year, she also earned All-District honors, and helped her team to a 27-3 record and a second place finish in the state, while averaging 13.2 points per contest. She set single-season scoring records as both a freshman and sophomore, and is currently closing in on 1,000 points for her career with 819. A four-year letterwinner in basketball, she has been a team captain for three seasons. Coached in high school by Tonya Mirts. Also earned letters in soccer and was an All-District selection in 2002. An excellent student, she is a member of the National Honor Society and has been on the honor roll the past three years. Jodi is the daughter of Paul and Arlene Bolerjack. Her sister Amy will be a member of the Wyoming team next season. She selected Wyoming over several schools, including Nebraska, Northwestern, Weber State among others. "Jodi displays good court awareness that will allow her to play at both the point and off guard position. I feel her shooting ability is second to none, and she could make an immediate impact on this team."
Dominique Sisk, 5-10, Small Forward, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Palmer HS): Averaged 6.7 points, 4.7 assists and 4.1 steals as a junior at Palmer High School in Colorado Springs, Colo. She helped her team to a 20-3 overall record, reaching the 4A State quarterfinals before falling to eventual state champion ThunderRidge during the same season. An excellent student, she has been on the honor roll during her high school career. She is currently coached by Dave Shackleford. Dominique is the daughter of Johnny Roston and Fay Sisk. She selected Wyoming over several schools, which included Denver, Cal-Berkeley among others. "Dominique is the sleeper of our recruiting class. She is a tremendous team player, but also possesses skills to create off the dribble."