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Westminster now 10-14 overall and 4-7 in the Frontier. - View Full Story
Mountaineers Close Home Schedule Against Montana Tech - View Full Story
Bulldogs Host College of Idaho in Final Home Game - View Full Story
Montana Western stuns Lady Argos at home - View Full Story
Argonauts clinch conference title with win over Rocky Mountain College - View Full Story
Pryor leads all scorers with 20 points. - View Full Story
Lady Argos fall to Rocky Mountain College - View Full Story
Carroll Sweeps Tech in Frontier Volleyball - View Full Story
No. 1 Rocky clinches Frontier volleyball crown - View Full Story
Warriors can’t hang with top-ranked Bears - View Full Story
 
Player of the Week
Women's Cross Country
Runner of the Week
Leah Esposito
Carroll College
Esposito is a sophomore from Helena, Mont.

At the Biola NAIA West Coast Jamboree, she finished first out of 94 runners in the 5K with a time of 17:42.
Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Rylei North
Westminster College
North is a 5-8 junior forward from Draper, Utah.

Westminster beat conference rival Carroll College (RV) 2-1.

North became Westminster’s all-time leader in goals scored when she scored the Griffins’ first goal. She now has 11 goals for the year and 21 career goals.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Luis Torres
University of Great Falls
Torres is a 6-foot junior midfielder from Bogata, Columbia

Great Falls edged conference rival Westminster 4-3 in overtime to clinch the conference co-championship.

He recorded a hat trick including the match-winning header in overtime.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Manuel Duenas of Westminster College, Ronaldo Goncalves of Rocky Mountain College and Arturo Valle of Carroll College.
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, Utah. Westminster went 0-1 for the weekend losing 3-2 at Montana Western.

She averaged 4.60 kills and 4.80 digs in the match with a .389 hitting percentage. Aalona had 23 kills and 24 digs to extend her streak of double-doubles to eight matches.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Jacey Habets of the University of Great Falls, Erin Jensen of Montana State-Northern, Brea Mitchell of Montana Western, Kathleen Mulligan of Carroll College, Desiree Nielson of Lewis-Clark State and Yang Yang of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Eddie Gutierrez
University of Great Falls
Gutierrez is a 6-foot senior defender from Las Vegas, Nev.

Great Falls edged conference rival Westminster 4-3 in overtime to clinch the conference co-championship.

He led the UGF defense on an extremely windy afternoon in Great Falls.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Evan Connolly of Rocky Mountain College and Sean Lyne of Westminster College.
Player of the Week
Football
Special Teams Player of the Week
Marc David
Eastern Oregon University
David is a 5-foot-10, 180 lbs, junior kicker from Minden, Nev.

In Eastern Oregon’s 70-21 win over Montana State-Northern, David was 10 for 10 in PAT’s.

Also nominated, Connor Greth of Montana Western, Aldrick Rosas of Southern Oregon and Matt Wiest of Carroll College.
Player of the Week
Football
Offensive Player of the Week
Austin Dodge
Southern Oregon University
Austin Dodge is a 6-foot-3, 210 lbs, senior quarterback from Vancouver, Wash.

Dodge was also named the NAIA Offensive Player of the Week.

In then No. 7 Southern Oregon’s 66-16 win over College of Idaho, Dodge was 23 of 29 passing for 443 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. It was his 15th four-touchdown pass game of his career.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Jace Billingsley of Eastern Oregon, Dustin Rinker of Carroll College and Sam Rutherford of Montana Western.
Player of the Week
Football
Defensive Player of the Week
Laurence Calcagno
Southern Oregon University
Laurence Calcagno is a 5-foot-11, 227 lbs, senior linebacker, from Canby, Ore.

In then No. 7 Southern Oregon’s 66-16 win over College of Idaho, Calcagno recorded five solo tackles and seven assisted tackles. He had three tackles for loss(-5). Calcagno also forced and recovered a fumble.

Also nominated; James Dowgin of Carroll College, Philip Selin of Montana Western and Tucker Stanley of Eastern Oregon.
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 beat conference rival Carroll College (RV) 2-1.

Yanke had two saves and recorded her 12th win of the season. The 12 wins ties a Westminster school record.
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 won two games in Canada over the weekend. Great Falls beat the University of Lethbridge 82-57 and Mount Royal University 91-63.

She averaged 24.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, three assists and two steals. Legel was 14 of 31 from field (45 percent), 14 of 31 3-point field goals (45 percent) and 10 of 11 from the free throw line (91 percent).

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Jenna Banks of Montana Western, A’jha Edwards of Montana State-Northern, McKenzie Heaslet of Lewis-Clark State and Jayde Lefevre of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Men's Cross Country
Runner of the Week
Lyle Pocha
Carroll College
Pocha is a junior from Missoula, Mont.

At the Biola NAIA West Coast Jamboree, he finished third out of 94 runners with a time of 25:22 in the 8k.
Player of the Week
Men's Basketball Div I
Player of the Week
Trevail Lee
Montana State University-Northern
Lee is a 5-foot-9 junior guard from Memphis, Tenn.

Northern won two games over the weekend. A 93-87 victory over the University of Lethbridge and won by forfeit over the University of Alberta.



In the win over Lethbridge, Lee scored 28 points, pulled down four rebounds, had three assists and two steals. Carr was 8 of 13 from the field (62 percent), 4 of 7 in 3-point field goals and 8 of 10 (80 percent) from the free throw line.

Also nominated: Marcus Hurn of the University of Great Falls, Ben Moerkerke of Rocky Mountain College, Jordan Overstreet of Montana Western, Zach Taylor of Carroll College and Jacob Wiley of Lewis-Clark State.
Leah EspositoRylei NorthLuis TorresAlexis AalonaEddie GutierrezMarc DavidAustin DodgeLaurence CalcagnoAbi YankeErin LegelLyle PochaTrevail Lee
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