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Bears Volleyball, No. 1 in the NAIA for Fourth Straight Week - View Full Story
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Saints and Raiders Remain in Top 10, Eastern Oregon Moves Up, Rocky Drops in latest NAIA Football Coaches' Poll - View Full Story
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No. 21 Eastern Oregon Edges No. 7 Rocky 27-24 - View Full Story
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Lady Argos complete weekend sweep - View Full Story
 
Player of the Week
Men's Golf
Golfer of the Week
Daniel Thompsett
Rocky Mountain College
Thompsett is a senior from Aboyne, Scotland.

At the Rocky Mountain College Invitational was seven-under par (69, 68, 69-206) to claim medalist honors in the eight team even.


Rocky Mountain won the team title.

Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Juan Valderrama
University of Great Falls
Valderrama is a 5-foot-11 sophomore defender from Bogota, Columbia.

Great Falls went 2-0 for the week beating Trinity Lutheran (Wash.) 2-0 and Carroll College 5-3. Valderrama led the Argo defense in the two victories and contributed two assists on offense.

Also nominated; Eddie Cass of Rocky Mountain College.

Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Jamie Carter
Carroll College
Carter is a 5-foot-6 sophomore goalie from Camas, Wash.

The Saints tied Rocky Mountain College 0-0 in Carrollís only match of the weekend. Carter had five saves in 110 minutes.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Chez Keehn of Rocky Mountain College, Kandace Leliefeld of the University of Great Falls and Abi Yanke of Westminster College.
Player of the Week
Women's Golf
Golfer of the Week
Kyla Clancy
Rocky Mountain College
Clancy is a junior from Park City, Mont.

She was the womenís medalist at the Rocky Mountain College Invitational. Clancy shot 70-74-69 to win individual honors. Her final round 69 ties the womenís golf school record for a single low round.
Player of the Week
Football
Offensive Player of the Week
Austin Dodge
Southern Oregon University
Dodge is a 6-foot-3, 210 lbs, senior quarterback from Vancouver, Wash.

He was also selected the NAIA Offensive Player of the Week.

In then No. 7 Southernís 45-24 win over Montana State-Northern, Dodge was 22 of 38 passing for 417 yards, six touchdowns and one interception. He also rushed for 4 yards. He broke NAIA career records for passing touchdowns and passing yardage.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Zach Bartlow of Eastern Oregon University, Teejay Gordon of College of Idaho and Mackenzie McGrath of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Jack Clancy
Rocky Mountain College
Clancy is a 5-foot-9 junior defender from Westmeath, Ireland.

Rocky went 1-0 for the week beating Trinity Lutheran (Wash.) 5-1. Clancy scored four goals in the victory.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Jordan Byland of the University of Great Falls and Arturo Valle of Carroll College.
Player of the Week
Football
Defensive Player of the Week
Heston Altenbach
Southern Oregon University
Altenbach is a 6-foot-2, 215 lbs, senior linebacker, from Colquille, Ore.

In then No. 7 Southernís 45-24 win over Montana State-Northern, Altenbach recorded six solo tackles and four assisted tackles to lead the Raider defense in holding Northern to seven second half points.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Austin Chamberla of Rocky Mountain College, Trevor Henderson of College of Idaho and Ryan Watson of Eastern Oregon University.
Player of the Week
Volleyball
Player of the Week
Madison Wilhelm
University of Great Falls
Wilhelm is a 6-foot-2 sophomore outside hitter from Long Beach, Calif.

Great Falls went 2-0 with two weekend road wins. The Argos beat Montana Western 3-1 and Westminster College 3-1.

Wilhelm averaged 3.88 kills and 3.75 digs for the weekend. She had double-digit kills and digs in both matches.

Also nominated, listed in alphabetical order: Alexis Aalona of Westminster College, Breanne Kelley of Montana Western, Kathleen Mulligan of Carroll College, Chelsea Strong of Lewis-Clark State, Jessica Wilcox of Montana State-Northern and Yang Yang of Rocky Mountain College.
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 went 2-1-1 for the week. The Griffins beat Antelope Valley (Calif.) 5-0 and the University of Great Falls 3-0. Westminster played Antelope Valley to a 1-1 tie and lost 2-1 to No. 14 Spring Arbor (Mich.). North scored three goals and one assist for a total of seven points.

Also nominated, in alphabetical order; Alejandra Guzman of the University of Great Falls and Therese Hagbyhn of Rocky Mountain College.
Player of the Week
Football
Special Teams Player of the Week
Marc David
Eastern Oregon University
is a 5-foot-10, 180 lbs, junior kicker from Spokane, Wash.

He was also selected the NAIA Special Teams Player of the Week.

In then No. 21 Easternís 27-24 win over then No. 10 Rocky Mountain College, David kicked the game winning 30-yard field goal with just three seconds remaining. Also nominated Bryant Ceynar of Rocky Mountain College.

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