WKU guard Sibalich arrested, charged with DUI

Zoe Sibalich/Warren County Regional Jail

Herald Staff

WKU sophomore guard Zoe Sibalich was arrested on Saturday morning and charged with driving under the influence, the Bowling Green Daily News reported on Wednesday.

Sibalich was booked at 2:14 a.m. Saturday in the Warren County Regional Jail and was released at 6:46 a.m. the same morning on $588.85 bond, according to the jail website.

Sibalich, 19, is a Lady Topper walk-on and former Bowling Green High School player.

She played in three games during the 2011-2012 season, scoring three points and grabbing one rebound.

WKU declined to comment to the Daily News on Sibalich’s arrest and charges.

Editor’s Note — The Herald Ethics Guide states: “Persons who freely choose to become public celebrities or public servants should expect a greater level of scrutiny of their life than a private person.” The Herald feels that student athletes meet this criteria, making criminal charges newsworthy.