Cowgirl Basketball Signs One Student-Athlete
July 20, 2004
LARAMIE, Wyo. -
University of Wyoming Cowgirl head basketball coach Joe Legerski today announced another addition to his first recruiting class with the signing of one student-athlete to attend the University of Wyoming beginning in the fall of 2004.
Here is the signee:
Hanna Zavecz, 6-0, Forward, Melbourne, Australia (Australian Institute of Sport):
A three-time Junior All-Australian Camp selection while attending the Australian Institute of Sport Academy. Over the past three years, Zavecz represented the Victoria Province at the National Championships on the Under 16, 18 and 20 Teams. In 2001, she was a team captain on the Under 16 Team, and helped lead the Under 20 Team to a Gold Medal in 2003. Coached at the Institute by Phil Brown, she currently plays club for Bulleen in the Victorian Basketball League which is coached by Raquel Conel. Hanna is the daughter of Peter and Marianne Zavecz. She chose Wyoming over several schools, including Idaho State, Georgia Tech, and Memphis.
"Hanna brings a great deal of playing experience to our program," said head coach Joe Legerski. "Participating at the Australian Institute of Sport has prepared her to be highly successful at the Division I level. We're excited to have Hanna join the Cowgirl program."
Zavecz is the fifth student-athlete to sign a letter of intent by the Cowgirls season as they signed three during
the early signing period and one in the spring. The other signees include Amy Bolerjack (5-10, Guard, Columbia,
Mo.), Jodi Bolerjack (5-9, Guard, Columbia, Mo.), Erin Hicks (5-10, Guard, Mountain Home, Idaho) and Dominique
Sisk (5-10, Forward, Colorado Springs, Colo.).