Cowgirl Soccer Adds Three to 2003 Roster

May 28, 2003

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming head soccer coach AnneMooreannounced, today, the singing of three student-athletes to national lettersof intent to play for theCowgirls in the fall of 2003. The new players, who all hail from the stateof Colorado, include Chelsey Anderson of Littleton, Katie Humberson ofHighlands Ranch and Rachel Schetrom of Westminster.

"All three individuals will compete for playing time this fall," saidMoore. "They are strong, smart players, who will add experience and depth toour roster."

Chelsey Anderson, Midfielder, Littleton, Colo. (Chatfield HS)

A two-year letterwinner at Chatfield High School for head coach CindyCannon. She helped lead her squad to a Colorado State runner-up trophy in2002 and a Jefferson County League Championship this past season. Shecurrently plays club with the Rush Soccer Club. As a student, she hasexcelled in the classroom appearing on the honor roll throughout high schooland being selected to Who's Who Among America's High School Students.Anderson is the daughter of Jeff and Laurie Anderson.

"Chelsey is a solid technical player who distributes the ball very well.She always knows where she is on the field and distributes the ball where itneeds to be."

Katie Humberson, Midfielder, Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Heritage HS)

A four-year letterwinner at Heritage High School, she received HonorableMention All-Conference honors in 2000. Her team made it into the ColoradoState Semi-Finals this spring. She currently plays for the Real Soccer Club,who will be going to regionals this summer in Hawai'i. An excellent student,she was member of the honor roll and twice selected to Who's Who AmongAmerican High School Students. Katie is the daughter of Bob and HillaryHumberson.

"Katie is a strong and physical player. She uses her size and strength toover power her opponents to win the ball and push it up field."

Rachel Schetrom, Defender, Westminster, Colo. (Stanley Lake HS)

A three-year letterwinner at Stanley Lake High School in Westminster, Colo.This past season, she was named team MVP, while earning All-Conferencehonors for the second year in a row. She was also an Honorable MentionAll-Conference selection as a junior. Rachel was an Academic All-StateHonorable Mention selection and a member of the National Honor Society.

"Rachel is extremely fast and will give us some much needed support in thebackfield and possibly the outside midfield. She is a smart player thatplays her role well by winning the ball and getting it down field."