Every high school athlete with collegiate aspirations wants the opportunity to not only play but also win. Hays High senior Jaysa Wichers has that opportunity after signing a National Letter of Intent with Coffeyville Community College to play volleyball.
The Indian’s once middle hitter now right side hitter finalized her decision in front of friends, teammates and family Thursday in the school cafeteria.
Wichers knew the moment she met the Red Ravens head coach the program would be a fit for her. Coffeyville has won the last two volleyball national championships and wrapped up the 2018 season at 40-3.
Hays coach Christin Nunnery calls Wichers a coach’s dream. Nunnery not only is impressed by the senior’s work ethic but also her willingness to cheer on the successes of all her teammates.
Wichers and the Hays High Indians went 20-10 this past high school season. She also had the opportunity to play in the Northwest Kansas All-Star Match following her senior season.