Cowgirl Tennis Signs One

Dec. 3, 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 2004.

Here is the signee:

Kim Romero, Thornton, Colorado (Pomona High School):
A three-time All-Conference selection at Pomona High School. During that time, she has been ranked both in the Intermountain section and nationally. Romero finished in the Top ten in the Intermountain District, while finishing 213th nationally in singles play in 2002-03. A two-time Most Valuable Player, she finished first in regional play as both a sophomore and junior. During her freshman campaign, she was named Freshman of the Year, while placing second in the region and fourth in the state. Currently coached by Shelley Kentfield. She chose Wyoming over several schools. Kim is the daughter of Randy and Marie Romero.

"I am extremely excited that we signed another Intermountain girl," said head coach Pam Wildt. "Kim is very talented player and has great desire to improve her game. She will fit in nicely with the chemistry we already have and will definitely see immediate action into the Cowgirl line-up next fall."