Women's Basketball

Cowgirl Basketball Tabs Four Student-Athletes

Cowgirl Basketball Adds Four Players

Cowgirl Basketball Adds Four Players

Nov. 10, 2010

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming Cowgirl head basketball coach Joe Legerski today announced the signing of four student-athletes to attend the University of Wyoming beginning in the fall of 2011.

"We are pleased with the additions of Alison, Jordan, Kaitlyn and Kayla to the Wyoming basketball program," said head coach Joe Legerski. "They each possess a tremendous desire to succeed and lead their respective high school programs. Each player will have an opportunity to impact the UW program during their freshman year."

Here are the signees:

Alison Gorrell, 5-10, Guard, Evergreen, Colo. (Conifer High School): A three-time First Team All-Conference selection while attending Confier High School. She was named the Max Preps 4A Player of the Year and the Denver Post 4A Ms. Basketball Player of the Year last season, while being selected to participate in "The Show" Colorado All-Star Game. During her junior year, she helped her team to a 25-2 overall record and a Final Four finish in the Colorado State playoffs. The previous season, Gorrell led her team to a 24-2 overall record and an undefeated record in the 4A Jeffco Conference, while finishing in the top eight in the state. A three-time letterwinner in basketball, she has been a team captain since her sophomore year. Gorrell is coached by her father, Mick. She also participated in tennis were she was a First Team All-Conference selection as a freshman and sophomore. An excellent student, she is a member of the National Honor Society and has been selected Academic All-State. Alison is the daughter of Mick and Carla Gorrell. She has three siblings, Sarah, Jimmy and Liz.

Kaitlyn Mileto, 5-10, Guard, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Mesa Ridge High School): A three-time First Team All-Conference selection while attending Mesa Ridge High School. She was also selected twice First Team All-State by the Denver Post. Over the last three years, she has helped her team to a 62-14 overall record and two top eight finishes in the state. A team captain during her junior year, she averaged almost 20 points per game and was selected to play in "The Show". In that same season, she set the all-time scoring record in school history with 1,332 points and was the first player to reach the 1,000 point mark. A three-time letterwinner in basketball, she also played volleyball over the last three seasons. She is currently a team captain for the squad. She is coached in high school by Eric Hulen. An excellent student, she is a member of the National Honor Society. Kaitlyn is the daughter of Paul and Sherri Mileto, and has a brother Dylan.

 

 

Jordan Sibrel, 6-1, Forward, Loveland, Colo. (Thompson Valley High School): A two-time All-Conference selection while attending Thompson Valley High School. She also earned All-Area honors the past two seasons and was named Honorable Mention All-State as a junior. She helped her team to a 17-8 record overall and 12-6 in the Northern Conference, while averaging 13.2 points a year ago. During her sophomore campaign, the team went 17-8 overall and played their way into the Sweet 16 of the Colorado 4A State championship bracket. They would fall to the eventual State Champion Mullen High School. She is coached by Chad Walker. An excellent student, she has been a member of the honor roll. Jordan is the daughter of Richard and Sheila Sibrel, and has two siblings, Krisha and Morgan.

Kayla Woodward, 5-11, Forward, Sheridan, Wyo. (Sheridan High School): A two-time Wyoming All-State selection while attending Sheridan High School. She also earned All-Conference honors twice, while being named the Sheridan Country Player of the Year as a junior. She helped her team to a 17-11 record overall and a spot in the semifinals of the Wyoming 4A State Championships game in 2010. They would fall to the eventual state champion Cheyenne East. A two-time team captain, she averaged 19.1 points and 8.3 rebounds last season. She was coached in high school by Derek Bissitt. Besides lettering in basketball, she is also a three-time letterwinner in volleyball. Her team won the regional championship during her sophomore year. Kayla is the daughter of Gene and Pamela Woodward, and has two siblings, Aaron and Austin. Her older brother, Austin, is a current member of the Cowboy football team.

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