Amy Stolz of Wawota, Saskatchewan has signed a Letter of Intent to join the Lady Jacks volleyball and softball teams this fall. Stolz, a 5'10" middle, played for Wawota Parkland School's varsity volleyball team for three years leading her team to a berth in the 2017 2A Provincial Championships.
Stolz just completed her final season of club volleyball where she played right side for the Redcoat Rebels. The Rebels finished in 8th place in the Division 1 Provincial Championships. In 2017 Stolz played left side for the Rebels giving the Jacks flexibility to use her at multiple spots in the front row. She will also be counted on to be a 6 rotation player as she rarely left the court this past season in both her club and high school seasons.
As a softball player, Amy is a catcher/infielder who has played club softball in Moosomin and Wawota, SK. Stolz bats and throws right and is expected to contribute as an infielder.
Stolz looks to follow in her mother Celine's footsteps and has enrolled in nursing at DCB. Her dad, Rob is a Conservation Officer in Saskatchewan. Stolz also played hockey and lists hunting, fishing and camping as three of her hobbies.