Roll call: Salute to the future

Roll call: Salute to the future

Pryor, Erin


Lizzie, an Aspen High School standout for the past four years, was named to the Denver Post All-State teams both her junior and senior seasons. Additionally, the 6’2″ middle blocker was named to both the CCGS and CHSCA All State-All Star teams. Lizzie, who has played for both the Aspen Junior VBC and High Mountain VBC, will play for Stanford this fall.

DAYNA WALKER, San Diego, Calif.

Walker, a middle blocker, attends the School of the Madeleine (San Diego, Calif.) and competes for Coast Volleyball Club on Coast 14 Jimmy. The 5’10” freshman is an exceptional athlete that is dedicated, positive, inspirational, a true fighter and a great leader.

MEGHAN FERRIE, Lee’s Summit, Mo.

Ferrie, a Raymore-Peculiar High School (Peculiar, Mo.) junior, was selected first-team All-Conference and first-team All-District for two consecutive years. The 61″ middle blocker plays on Team KC 17-1 and helped the team earn a trip to the 2003 USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships by winning the Heart of America Regional Tournament. Ferrie has committed to play for Iowa State in 2004.

KATIE CARTER, Steamboat Springs, Colo. Katie, a 6’3″ middle blocker, led Steamboat Springs (Colo.) High School to the 2002 state title match in the 4-A classification of the CHSAA State Championships. A unanimous Denver Post All-State selection, Katie was also named the Rocky Mountain News 4-A Player of the Year and was runner-up for the Colorado High School Player of the Year. She played club for the Avalanche VBC and will play for UCLA in the fall.

LIZ INGRAM, Iowa City, Iowa

Ingram, a sophomore at Regina High School (Iowa City, Iowa), is approaching her 500th kill. The 5’9″ outside hitter was selected to the All-Conference team each of the last two seasons. Ingram, who plays club for Iowa Rockets 16 Black, maintains a 3.65 GPA. She has attended four USAV Junior Olympics during her four years with the club.

LARA BOSSOW, Vail, Colo.

Laura, or “Tree,” as she is called by her teammates, led Vail (Colo.) Mountain School to the Colorado High School State 1-A Championships in both her junior and senior seasons. The 6′ Colorado University-bound senior was a Denver Post All-State selection, was named the 2002 Rocky Mountain News 1-A Player of the Year and was a unanimous All-State selection by the Denver Post Laura, who has also played for the Avalanche VBC, now plays on the Front Range 18-Black team.

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