Cowgirl Tennis Closes Out Recruiting Class

May 30, 2003

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming head tennis coach Pam Wildt today announced the signing of one student-athlete to a national letter of intent to attend the University of Wyoming beginning in the fall of 2003.

Here is the signee.

Karolina Rowinski, London, Ontario, Canada (South Secondary School):

A London Conference Champion and the Most Valuable Player at South Secondary High School. She is currently ranked 11th in the Ontario Providence and undefeated in high school play. In 2001, she participated in several national tournaments, including the DLAC Indoor Championships, the Mid-American Junior Indoor Championships and the RHTSC Fall Open, coming away with titles in all three. Rowinski is currently coached by her father, but also worked with John Hatch and Sergio Renauldo. Besides tennis, Karolina participated in cross country and placed fourth at the conference championships twice. An excellent student, she has been on the honor roll throughout high school, and has earned several scholastic and service awards. She chose Wyoming over several schools including Central Florida, Iowa State and Southwest Missouri State. Karolina is the daughter of Boguslaw and Janina Rowinski.

"Karolina is going to be a huge addition to the top of our line-up," said Wildt. "She's had several big wins over top Canadian players and I feel very fortunate that she is coming to Wyoming."

Rowinski is the third student-athlete to sign a letter of intent with the Cowgirls this season. The other two signees are Andrea House from Hammett, Idaho and Amy Senko from Oklahoma City.