Volleyball Signs Jarmoc to National Letter of Intent

April 14, 2009


The University of Kansas volleyball team added its second National Letter of Intent signee for the 2009 season on Tuesday with the addition of Caroline Jarmoc out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Jarmoc joins Tayler Tolefree (Lawrence, Kan.) as the newest members of the Jayhawks’ volleyball team.

Jarmoc, a 6’2″ middle blocker, will come to KU from Springbank Community High School in Calgary where she garnered several volleyball honors under coach Jason Crellin, including rookie of the year, most valuable player and league all-star. Jarmoc was also an honor roll student for Springbank Community HS.

“We are ecstatic about Caroline joining our program,” said KU head coach Ray Bechard. “She is a high-level athlete who has the ability to impact our program immediately in a number of ways. During her official visit here, she presented herself in a very positive way, and bonded quickly with her future teammates.”

“She is an athletic and versatile middle blocker who can influence a match with her attacking and blocking,” Bechard added. “She has the skill set necessary to develop into a six-rotation player.”

Undecided on what she will study at KU, Jarmoc comes from an athletic family in which many members played collegiate sports, her sister is a junior setter for UTEP, and beyond, including her mother who was a member of the Poland Women’s High Jump National Team.

Kansas Volleyball 2009 Signees

Caroline Jarmoc (6-1, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Springbank Community HS))

Tayler Tolefree (6-2, Lawrence, Kan. (Lawrence HS))