Ronda K. Munger

Volleyball, 1984-87

Ronda Munger was one of the greatest homegrown volleyball players in Wyoming history. As a four-year starter for the Cowgirls at her outside hitter position, Munger led Wyoming to its first ever NCAA Tournament berth in 1986. She also led the team in kills with 365, and received second team High Country Athletic Conference honors. As a senior, Munger would become the first Cowgirl volleyball player ever to be selected all-West Region by the American Volleyball coaches Association. During her senior campaign, Munger would once again lead the team in kills with 515. For her efforts her senior year, Munger earned the honors of First Team High Country Athletic Conference and Defensive Player of the Year in the HCAC. For her career, ronda recorded 1,536 kills and 1,108 digs. Both records still stand today at the University of Wyoming. Munger also holds school records in kills in a single match with 42 in five games. She played in 415 games in her career to be ranked sixth all-time.

Inducted September 19, 1997

Honors and Awards

  • High Country Athletic Conference Honors
  • First Cowgirl selected All-West Region
  • Holds school records in season kills, digs, and kills in a single match.