Women's Volleyball Signs Two To National Letters Of Intent
Nov. 14, 2001
Stanford, Calif. - Katie Goldhahn (Lodi, CA) and Courtney Schultz (Pacific Palisades, CA) have signed letters of intent to study and compete at Stanford University next fall announced head volleyball coach John Dunning today.
'We are very excited to have both players join our program,' said Dunning. 'They come to us with a wealth of experience. Katie and Courtney have an excellent understanding of the game and how it's played that will help them when they step up to this level.'
Goldhahn, a 5-11 setter, played on the USA Youth National Team for three years (1998-'00) and the USA Junior National Team in 2001. She was tabbed a Junior National All-American this year and was named the Student Sport Fab 50 High School Player of the Year in 1997-98. Last year, she captained the USA Youth National Team as well. A student at Tokay High School, Goldhahn was the 1997 All-Area Newcomer of the Year and was honored as a first-team all-league selection in 1997-98.
Courtney Schultz, a 6-1 middle blocker, was tabbed the L.A. Times Player of the Year in both 1999 and 2000 as well as the Daily News Player of the Year in '00. Schultz, who attends Harvard-Westlake High School in North Hollywood, was a two-time CIF first-team pick and was honored as the Mission League MVP last season. A two-time Mission League first-team selection, Schultz was named MVP at the State Championships in 2000 after leading her team to a state title. She played on the USA Youth National Team in 2000.