Wyoming Volleyball Welcomes One More Student-Athlete
Nov. 11, 2010
LARAMIE, Wyo. -
University of Wyoming head volleyball coach Carrie Yerty, on Thursday, announced that Meghan Sipe will also be joining the Wyoming volleyball program beginning in the fall of 2011.
Meghan Sipe, 6-1, Outside Hitter, Cheyenne, Wyo. (Cheyenne East HS): A two-time All-Conference selection while attending Cheyenne East High School. She was recently selected the Wyoming 4A Player of the Year and All-State. Sipe led her team to the 2010 4A East Regional Volleyball Championship and the number one seed in the Wyoming State Tournament. She was coached in high school by Jaye Wacker. Besides volleyball, she also is a member of the basketball team and plays softball. A two-time All-Conference selection in basketball, she helped her team to a 25-3 record and the Class 4A Championship in 2010. During her career, she has been named the Most Outstanding Female Athlete for East High School. As a member of the Cheyenne Extreme softball team, they have won the fast-pitch state championship in the Under 12, Under 14 twice and Under 16 the past five years. An excellent student, she has been a member of the honor roll. Meghan is the daughter of Darrel Sipe and Terri Meyer-Sipe. She has a brother, Jacob.
"It's exciting to have the Wyoming player of the year join our team. She is an incredible player who is intense and has the ability to play all six rotations. I'm looking forward to see her continue to only grow as a player before coming to this team."
Sipe is the fourth student-athlete to join the Cowgirls for the 2011 season as they added three earlier this fall. The others include Katherine Feldman (MB, 6-6, Colorado Springs, Colo.), Bridget Shanahan (OH/MB, 6-2, Gasport, N.Y.) and Whitney Smith (6-0, Setter, Katy, Texas).