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Three Forks’ Heather Wilson joins Rocky Mountain College volleyball, track programs

Posted at 10:11 AM, Mar 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-05 16:00:40-04

(Editor’s note: Rocky Mountain College athletics release)

BILLINGS – Rocky Mountain College volleyball head coach Laurie Kelly and track & field coach Mike McLean has announced the signing of student-athlete Heather Wilson to a National Letter-of-Intent to become part of the Rocky Mountain Volleyball and Track programs for the 2018 season.

Wilson, a 5-foot-3 libero from Three Forks, Mont., had a stellar athletic career at Three Forks High School where she competed in volleyball, basketball and track all four years of high school while maintaining a 4.0 grade-point-average. She was named Academic All-State in all three sports.

The last two years, Wilson was selected as an all-conference performer. She is tied for third in the Montana High School Association record books for most digs in a match.

“Heather will be a great fit for Rocky. She is an excellent student and the valedictorian of her class. Her discipline in the classroom and her ability to be a 4.0 student while playing three sports in high school is just a testament to who she is,” said Kelly.

Wilson was also selected female distance runner of the year, rookie of the year, and most inspirational for her track team at Three Forks.

McLean added, “Heather is an excellent fit for our track and field program. She is a hard worker and the type of student-athlete our program is looking for.”