UMW News BureauJordan Dyke, a 5-foot-9 outside hitter and middle blocker from Wilsall, Mont., signed a Frontier Conference/NAIA letter of intent to play volleyball for the University of Montana Western, head coach Katie Howells announced today. By Wally Feldt Jordan Dyke, a 5-foot-9 outside hitter and middle blocker from Wilsall, Mont., signed a Frontier Conference/NAIA letter of intent to play volleyball for the University of Montana Western, head coach Katie Howells announced today. "Jordan is a great signing for us,” Howells said. “She can jump out of the gym and has tons of natural athleticism. Jordan puts up a solid block and knows how to hit the ball. She is also a great student. We are lucky to have her join our program." Dyke is a two-time all-conference and all-state selection. She was twice selected her team’s most valuable player. “I love the idea of the block program,” Dyke said. “I love volleyball and Montana Western looked like a great place to attend.” Dyke maintains a 3.01 GPA and was selected to her school’s honor roll. She will graduate this spring from Shields Valley High School. Dyke is the daughter of Coral Holliday and Sonny Dyke, and plans to major in health and human performance.
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