Titan Volleyball Announces Signing of Three Recruits To National Letters of Intent
Dec. 7, 2005
Fullerton, Calif. - Three high school volleyball players have signed national letters of intent to continue their playing careers at Cal State Fullerton next season announced fifth-year Head Coach Carolyn Zimmerman Wednesday afternoon.
"We are very excited with the prospects of the 2006 recruiting class," Zimmerman said, "all three girls have come from very successful high school and club programs and know how to win. Their height and versatility are definitely tools we can use immediately."
The signing group includes three high schoolers: Deven Bukoski , Kellyanne Kirby and Alex Wolnisty.
Bukoski is a 5-11 outside hitter from Kula, Maui and is finishing hr senior year at The Kamehameha Schools. She is a two-year letterwinner for the Warriors under coach Chris Blake and helped her team win both the league and state championships this season. She recently received first-team All-State honors as well.
Kirby, a senior at Bonita High School in LaVerne, Calif., is a three-year letterwinner under head coach Morgan Coberly and has earned a pair of first-team All- Inland Valley and Junior Olympics Invitational All-Tournament honors in both 2004 and 2005. The 5-11, outside hitter helped the Bearcats to league championships in all three varsity seasons and was named the Marimonte League MVP in both 2004 and 2005.
Wolnisty, a Riverside, Calif. native, will bring some height to the net for the Titans in 2006. The 6-5 high school senior is a four-time All-Big Sky League first-team middle blocker for the Royals of Woodcrest Christian High School and was named the league's MVP this season. Wolnisty earned 2002-05 WCS Academic High Honors as well as 2002-05 Scholastic All-CIF honors for her work in the classroom as well.
"We are really fortunate to have such a good group of girls coming in next season. All three have expressed their willingness to be here at Cal State Fullerton and we feel their presence will make an immediate impact to the team," Zimmerman added.
The Titans are coming off their second consecutive 14-win season and their best two-year record in the history of the volleyball program.