Boise State Volleyball Signs Two to NLIs

Nov. 21, 2013

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State volleyball head coach Shawn Garus announced today the signing of two prep standouts Jaymee-Lee Bulda (Sacramento, Calif.) and Sierra Nobley (Phoenix, Ariz.) to National Letters of Intent. The duo are the first to sign with the Broncos this fall and will join the program for the 2014 campaign.

Sierra Nobley is currently a senior at Horizon High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., where she is a four-year starter for the Huskies’ varsity team. The six-foot-one outside hitter is a 2013 all-state selection and is a two-time all-conference honoree as a junior and senior, as well as a two-time honorable mention. She was ranked No. 19 nationally by Student Sports.com for volleyball players in her class. The two-time team captain was named to the Arizona Central’s All-Phoenix team as a junior and to the Arizona Republic’s All-Northeast Valley Team as a freshman. This past fall Nobley recorded 358 kills, 57 blocks, 32 assists, 38 service aces and 292 digs. Nobley’s HHS team has won four-consecutive conference titles and advanced to the state tournament each season reaching the state championship three-times and winning it all in 2012.

“Sierra is a kid with good size and good all-around skills who will fit in well here at Boise State,” said Garus. “She is a tremendous student that is interested in all aspects of campus life. She is the type of person that will be a great representative for Boise State University.”

Jaymee-Lee Bulda is a senior at Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, Calif., where she has been a member of the varsity team for three years. Bulda is a three-time all-conference honoree at CBHS, two-time team MVP as a sophomore and junior, as well as a two-time team captain. She has competed at the junior national championships every year since she was 13 years old. Last year Bulda led the team in qualifying for the Open Division bid to the NJC where they finished 19th.

“Jaymee-Lee is a really feisty, aggressive setter from northern California,” said Garus. “She plays really good defense and sets a fast offense. I like her aggressiveness and her ultra competitiveness, she will fit in well with what we are trying to accomplish here with this program.”


» «