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LCSC women sixth in XC rankings, men 13th - View Full Story
Ehnes to retire as University of Great Falls Athletic Director - View Full Story
Action begins at noon MT on Sunday. - View Full Story
The Saints topped the Diggers 38-10 in the first matchup - View Full Story
Griffins embark on final road trip at 8-6-1 on the season. - View Full Story
University of Great Falls basketball teams headed north of the border - View Full Story
Lady Argos travel to Carroll - View Full Story
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Player of the Week
Football
Defensive Player of the Week
Corey Bummer
Rocky Mountain College
Corey Bummer is a 6-foot, 205 lbs, senior defensive back, from Laurel, Mont.

In then No. 15 Rocky’s 35-21 win over College of Idaho, Bummer recorded six solo tackles and nine assisted tackles. He had a half a tackle for loss (-1).

Also nominated; Sean Blomquist of Carroll College, Laurence Calcagno of Southern Oregon University, Valentine Kanehailua of Montana State-Northern, Tyrell Penner of Montana Western and Jordan Vielma of College of Idaho.
Player of the Week
Football
Special Teams Player of the Week
Connor Greth
Montana Western
Connor Greth is a 6-foot-2, 195 lbs, sophomore kicker from Minden, Nev.

In Montana Western’s 34-28 upset win over then No. 20 Eastern Oregon, Greth was 2 for 2 in PAT’s and was 2 for 2 in field goals.

Also nominated, Jason Baker of Rocky Mountain College, Marc David of Eastern Oregon and Matt Wiest of Carroll College.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Paul Sliwa
University of Great Falls
Sliwa is a 5-foot-11 senior defender from Wasilla, Alaska.

Great Falls went 2-0 for the week with a 1-0 victory over the Johnson and Wales (Colo.) and a 3-2 victory over Our Lady of the Lake (Texas). He anchored the UGF defense and scored a goal in the win over Our Lady of the Lake.

Also nominated; Evan Connolly of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Women's Cross Country
Runner of the Week
Rachel Cundy
Lewis-Clark State College
Cundy is a junior from North Lakewood, Wash.

She finished 13th out of 122 runners at the Inland Empire Championships with a time of 17:27 in the 5K. The meet featured runners from NCAA I,II,III, NAIA and junior colleges.

Her time was a personal best and the third fastest in school history. The fourth ranked Warriors finished fourth overall with the best team time in school history.

Also nominated, Claudia Hewston of the University of Great Falls.
Player of the Week
Volleyball
Player of the Week
Alexis Aalona
Westminster College
Aalona is a 6-foot senior outside hitter from Salt Lake City.

Westminster went 1-1 for the weekend. The Griffins swept Carroll College 3-0 and lost 3-0 to No. 1 Rocky Mountain College.

She averaged 4.50 kills and 4.67 digs for the weekend. Aalona becomes the second player in Westminster school history to reach 1,000 career kills. She extended her streak of double-doubles to seven matches.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Joanna Avery of Montana Western, Dayna Jensen of Montana State-Northern, Alyssa McEwan of the University of Great Falls, Desiree Nielson of Lewis-Clark State and Yang Yang of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Heidi Lorschider
Westminster College
Lorschider is a 5-6 sophomore forward from Centerville, Utah.

Westminster won on the road, beating conference rival Carroll College (RV) 1-0.

Lorschider scored the match-winning goal in the 93rd minute in the victory over Carroll. It was her first match-winner of the season.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Alejandra Guzman of the University of Great Falls and Alex Harvey of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Men's Cross Country
Runner of the Week
Cody Larson
Lewis-Clark State College
Larson is a junior from Boise, Idaho.

At the Inland Empire Championships, he finished 21st out of 120 runners with a time of 24:54 in the 8k. Larson led LCSC to a fifth place finish in a meet comprised of NCAA Division I, II and III, NAIA schools and junior colleges.

Also nominated; Jace Kalbfleisch of the University of Great Falls.

Player of the Week
Football
Offensive Player of the Week
Dustin Rinker
Carroll College
Dustin Rinker is a 5-foot-9, 205 lbs, junior running back from Riggins, Idaho.

In then No. 3’s Carroll’s 42-40 win over then No. 4 Southern Oregon, Rinker rushed 30 times for 201 yards and two touchdowns.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Austin Dodge of Southern Oregon University, Pat Hansen of Montana Tech, Justin Hernandez of Eastern Oregon, Andre McCullouch of Rocky Mountain College, Zach McKinley of Montana State-Northern and Sam Rutherford of Montana Western.
Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Abi Yanke
Westminster College
Yanke is a 5-8 junior goalie from Boise, Idaho.

Westminster won on the road, beating conference rival Carroll College (RV) 1-0.

Yanke had four saves and recorded her eighth shutout of the season.

Also nominated, in alphabetical order; Jamie Carter of Carroll College, Kendra Dejanovich of the University of Great Falls and Rachel Hein of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Ramus Madsen
University of Great Falls
Madsen is a 5-foot-10 freshman defender from Holbaek, Denmark.

Great Falls went 2-0 for the week with a 1-0 victory over the Johnson and Wales (Colo.) and a 3-2 victory over Our Lady of the Lake (Texas).

He scored the match-winning goal against Johnson and Wales and had two assists in the win over Our Lady of the Lake.

Also nominated; Tanner Wolff of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Men's Basketball Div I
Player of the Week
Oliver Carr
Carroll College
Carr is a 6-foot-6 freshman forward from Bozeman, Mont.

The Saints beat Northwest Indian College 95-68.

He scored 27 points, pulled down four rebounds, had four blocked shots and two assists. Carr was 11 of 13 from the field (85 percent) and 5 of 8 (63 percent) from the free throw line.

Also nominated: Brady Bagby of Lewis-Clark State, Nicholas Blount of Montana State-Northern and Marcus Hurn of the University of Great Falls.
Player of the Week
Women's Basketball Div I
Player of the Week
Erin Legel
University of Great Falls
Legel is a 5-foot-5 junior guard from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

The Lady Argos opened their season with three victories. Great Falls beat Northwest Indian College 86-57, Warner Pacific (Ore.) 83-71 and Mount Royal University 86-51. 

She averaged 22.7 points, six rebounds, 5.5 assists and one steal.

Legel was 21 of 49 from field (43 percent), 8 of 25 3-point field goals and 18 of 21 from the free throw line (86 percent). Against Warner Pacific, she surpassed 1,000 career points.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; A’jha Edwards of Montana State-Northern, Katie Estey of Carroll College and Sierra Higheagle of Montana Western.
Corey BummerConnor GrethPaul SliwaRachel CundyAlexis AalonaHeidi LorschiderCody LarsonDustin RinkerAbi YankeRamus MadsenOliver CarrErin Legel
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