Nov. 30, 2012
LARAMIE, Wyo. -
University of Wyoming head tennis coach Dean Clower today announced the signing of three student-athletes to attend the University of Wyoming beginning in the fall of 2013.
"I am extremely happy with these three recruits and in the direction the program is going as a whole. Along with the help of Ewa and these recruits we should definitely be moving up in the tennis world."
Here are the signees:
Dorottya Jonas, 5-7, Gyal, Hungary (Vörösmarty Mihály Gimnázium): A top-ranked junior and senior singles player in Hungary. She ranks among the Top 5 and has been ranked internationally. She is a four-time All-Hungarian Champion, plus has been a three-time All-Budapest winner in singles and twice in doubles. Jonas is the daughter of Miklos and Csilla Jonas.
"Dorottya is a high level international athlete that should make an immediate impact for us. Hungary has a tradition of good tennis and she is one of the top players in the country and the best in Budapest. I had the pleasure of watching her day to day routine and she is as disciplined off the court as she is on the court."
Magdalena Stencel, 5-5, Sopot, Poland (Sopocka Akademia Tenisowa): One of the top players in the senior women's singles players in Poland. She is among the Top 10 in the senior women's rankings and has been ranked internationally during her career. She attended the Sopocka Akademica Tenisowa in Sopot, Poland. Stencel is the daughter of Ewa and Andrzej Stencel.
"Magdalena is among the Top 5 young players in Poland and will impact our line-up greatly. During her juniors career, she has competed and won many international tournaments, Polish Championships, and much like Dorottya will bring a wealth of competitive experience to our program.
Helena Korompis, 5-7, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands (Scala College): A top doubles player in The Netherlands. She is ranked in the Top 30 seniors women's in doubles and ranks among the Top 100 in senior singles play. Korompis will graduate from Scala College in the spring of 2013. She is the daughter of Willy and Alice Korompis.
"Helena is one of the top doubles players in all of the Netherlands. Her athleticism and doubles background will be a huge asset for our team. I fully expect her to make an immediate impact in doubles and possibly singles."