Evanston senior Stacia Barker has signed to play volleyball with the Montana State Bobcats.

Barker is a three-sport standout for the Red Devils with multiple letters earned in volleyball, basketball, and track and field.

Barker is a two-time all-conference selection in the 4A West Conference for volleyball. She was an all-state selection after her junior season in 2020.

The senior led the Red Devils to a 27-10 record and second-place finish in the 4A Southwest Conference. In 2020, Barker helped Evanston to a 16-11-1 overall record, a 6-0 mark and first-place finish in the 4A Southwest Conference, and a berth in the 4A state volleyball tournament, where the Red Devils went 1-2.

Stacia is the reigning Class 4A high jump state champion. She set a school record after she cleared the bar at 5-7.25 last May in Casper. That’s just one inch off the overall state record of 5-8.25. Barker also received all-state in the 100-meter hurdles with a second-place finish.

During her junior year in basketball, Barker was a second-team all-state and first-team all-conference pick. She averaged a team-best 10.2 points and seven rebounds per game. Stacia shot 50 percent from the field and added 1.4 blocked shots per game. Evanston finished the 2020-21 season with an overall record of 2-16 and went 1-5 in conference quadrant action.

The 6-2 middle blocker was one of six signees with the Montana Bobcats volleyball program.

10 Reasons Why You're Lucky to Be Living in Wyoming

Here Are the Top 10 Reasons Why You're Lucky to Be Living in Wyoming

- 10 Reasons Why You're Lucky to Be Living in Wyoming